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Old 04-19-2021, 6:02 PM
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Default Networking/Cable info request

Alrighty, its been a LONG time since physics, current through a wire causes a magnetic field, magnetic field creates a current in a wire etc...

I have a workshop in the back of the property, with my reloading setup, wife's COVID office, tack-room for the horses etc.

It has underground conduit from the main breaker box with a "fairly high" amperage circuit running 240V and 120V out to the workshop

Can I fish some shielded CAT6 down that conduit and into the workshop from the main house?

I mean, obviously I can, but will there be crazy cross-talk/packet loss/interference from the networking cable being inside and millimeters away from an active AC power lines in the conduit?

The alternative is to just lay bare wire on the ground for 30 yards (or put it into some kind of above ground conduit) but that's going to drive the Mrs. crazy.

Advice requested!
Thanks guys!
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