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Cat6 RJ45 UTP Shielded Toolless Keystone Jack (TAA Compliant)

No punchdown tool needed to terminate the wire with this toolless keystone jack!
(1) Shielded RJ-45 Female

Product Description

Toolless keystone jacks are an ideal solution for terminating and connecting network cable. Enjoy the benefit of not having to use a punchdown tool to terminate the wire. Designed for superior performance that meets or exceeds industry standard Category 6/Class E according to TIA/EIA 568B 2.1 and ISO/IEC 11801. This panel-type half shielded RJ45 jack includes 110-type IDC termination with strain relief caps, and comes standard with 50 µinch gold plating on the jack contacts. Use for any unloaded keystone wall plate or patch panel.

Please Note: Our keystone jacks will work with our wall plates and surface boxes, or any standard keystone and angled multimedia wall plate or patch panel.
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Product Specifications

Color : Silver
UPC : 757120352211
Warranty : Lifetime
Vendor : C2G
Weight : 0.040 LB
• Meets or exceeds industry standard Category 6/Class E according to TIA/EIA 568B 2.1 and ISO/IEC 11801 2nd edition
• Toolless pushdown for 22-26 AWG UTP solid wire
• Balances signal transmission of insertion loss and crosstalk from 1 to 250 MHz
• Complies with FCC Part 68

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Customer Reviews

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Rated 1 out of 5 by from Too Much Trouble!! I seriously can't recommend this product. After spending about 30 minutes trying to terminate my Cat6 cables, I finally gave up. The contact points where you punch the wires down has a flimsy and poor design. Perhaps if I had been trying to do this on a desk with great lighting and everything right in front of my face, I woulnd't have had trouble. By comparison, the product that I did go with, I was able to do the whole building without a single issue. That clearly tells me it was the product and not anything I was doing.
Date published: 2012-02-23
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Questions & Answers

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How do you terminate the cable no instructions in packet how does the connector come apart?

Asked by: Anonymous
The shell can be removed from the top of the connector. Then follow the color coordination are on the RJ45 connection and place the wires in the correct position. Then use the lever placing it on top of the wire clamp. Then you press down crimping the wires in place. Then cover the RJ45 block back with the metal shell.
Answered by: Tom
Date published: 2017-10-06
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