Field Term. Plugs
Straight / Angled
Field Terminable Plug plays dominant role in modern cabling. The prevailing deployment is driven by two main reasons.
For Power over Ethernet (PoE) concerns:
PoE requires network cable to be preferably 23AWG at least in order to cope with the attenuation goes along with distance. The bigger conductors (Cat 6A 23AWG solid wires for instance) support better heat dissipation as well. A regular RJ-45 modular plug will not do the job because the limited space does not allow you to fit in 4-pair of 23AWG wires into each groove inside the RJ-45 modular plug. Field Terminable Plug might be the only resolution for that.
For Transmission Concerns:
Field Terminable Plug features intuitive assembly process. You just do what you have always been doing on Toolless Keystone Jack, because they both feature similar assembly process. The knack is the PCBA inside the plug. It features special technique to moderate the crosstalk into the perfect magnitude and phase range.
HCI offers U.S. patented Field Terminable Plugs which comply with dimensional requirements of ANSI/TIA-1096-A (former FCC Part 68) and product reliability requirements of IEC 60603-7 for RJ45 8-way connector. PoE compliance is verified by Intertek’s ETL according to IEC 60512-99-002 to ensure the support of 4PPoE remote powering.
Various options are available in:
Application: Shielded/Unshielded, Straight/Angled
Transmission Performance: “MPTL + Patch Cord Limit” or “Direct-Attach”
Depends on different project requirements, you can freely choose the favorable ones to satisfy your actual needs.
HCI Field Plug Series applications
- ● Data Center Direct Attach Cable Assemblies
- ● HDMI/HDBASET Cable Assemblies
- ● Wireless Access Points
- ● IP Security Cameras, IP Access Control, IP Audio
- ● Building Automation Devices
- ● Transition Cables