RJ45 Total Solution
Twisted-Pair also named Copper Cabling System. Twisted-Pair cables were invented in 1881.
By 1900, the entire American telephone line network was either twisted pair or open wire with transposition to guard against interference.
Nowadays , most of the millions of kilometers of twisted pairs are outdoor landlines in the world .
RJ45 8P8C Unshielded/Shielded Keystone Jack
The keystone jack (module) is a standardized snap-in female connector package for mounting a variety of low-voltage electrical jacks or optical connectors into a outlet (wall plate, faceplate), surface mount box, or a patch panel. Keystone jacks have a rectangular face of 14.5 mm wide by 16.0 mm high, which held in place with flexible tabs. This allows keystone jacks to be snapped into a mounting plate with correspondingly-sized rectangular holes, which called ports. Regardless of the type of jack they carry, all of the keystones are interchangeable and replaceable. This provides more flexibility in arranging and mounting many different types of electrical jacks in one plate or panel without requiring customized manufacturing. Some of the keystones use a pass-through type connector, which is a jack on both the front face as well as the rear side. Others only have a jack on the front and employ a different mechanism for hard-wiring signal cables to the rear, such as a 110 or Krone tool compatible insulation-displacement connector (IDC), tool-free (tool-less) connection. HCI supplies patent designed keystone jacks in both solutions of Unshielded (UTP) and Shielded (STP), comply with requirements of ANSI/TIA-1096-A (former FCC Part 68) and Level A reliability requirements of IEC 60603-7 for RJ45 8-way connector Our keystone jack family covers performance range from Category 5e (Cat 5e), Category 6 (Cat 6), to Category 6A (Cat 6A), and meets the ANSI/TIA-568-C.2, ISO/IEC 11801 Ed. 2.2 and CENELEC EN 50173-1 cabling standard. HCI offers keystone jacks in both Component (Certified Connecting Hardware) Level, and Channel / Perm. Link Level as well to maximize customer's choices in different project scenario.
RJ45 8P8C UNSHIELDED/SHIELDED RACK-MOUNT PATCH PANEL
The patch panel is a connecting hardware system (typically rackmounted) that facilities cable termination and cabling administration using patch cords. One shorter patch cord will plug into the front side, whereas the back holds the connection of a much longer and more permanent cable. The assembly of hardware is arranged so that a number of circuits, usually of the same or similar type, appear on jacks for monitoring, interconnecting, and testing circuits in a convenient, flexible manner. Patch panels offer the convenience to allow technicians change quickly to the path of select signals, without the expense of dedicated switching equipment. This was first used by early telephone exchanges, where the telephone switchboard (a massive array of patch panels) and a large room full of telephone operators running it was ubiquitous. HCI supplies patent designed patch panels in both solutions of Unshielded (UTP) and Shielded (STP), comply with requirements of ANSI/TIA-1096-A (former FCC Part 68) and Level A reliability requirements of IEC 60603-7 for RJ45 8-way connector Our patch panel family covers performance range from Category 5e (Cat 5e), Category 6 (Cat 6), to Category 6A (Cat 6A), and meets the ANSI/TIA-568-C.2, ISO/IEC 11801 Ed. 2.2 and CENELEC EN 50173-1 cabling standard. HCI offers patch panels in both Component (Certified Connecting Hardware) Level, and Channel / Perm. Link Level as well to maximize customer's choices in different project scenario.
INTEGRATING JUMPERS, CORDS, PANELS AND OUTLETS.
The RJ45 Feed-Through Coupler System is the ideal method integrating your Patch Cords, Couplers, Outlets and Patch Panels. It offers a an easy Plug-and-Link solution on post-installation application
RJ45 Male Connector
The 8P8C (8 position 8 contact, also backronymed as 8 position 8 conductor; often called RJ45 ) plug is the male type of modular connector commonly used for Ethernet over twisted-pair applications, where the plug on each end terminated using the T568A or T568B pin/pair assignments that are defined in ANSI/TIA-568-C.2 standard.
568B/568A RJ45 Patch Cable
A patch cord (patch lead or patch cable) is a length of electrical (or optical) cable with a plug on one or both ends, typically refer only to short cords used with patch panels. Devices of different types (i.e.: a switch connected to a computer or a switch to a router) are connected with patch cords. Patch cords are usually produced in many different colors so as to be easily distinguishable, and are relatively short, perhaps no longer than 3 meters.
The outlet box is a housing (typically surface mounted) used to hold telecommunications connectors in work area of open office spaces that are moved or reconfigured frequently. The outlet box features a compact, easy-to-install design and suitable for multi-user telecommunications outlet assembly (MUTOAs) cabling.
The faceplate is a structural element (typically wall mounted) used to hold telecommunications connectors in the work area on which horizontal or outlet cable terminates. The faceplate features a stylish, functionality and easy-to-install design suitable for data and voice application.
Contact Tester for RJ45
The cable tester is low-cost and portable. It consists of 2 devices, which perform a reliable testing of premise cabling and patch cords. The termination tools install 100 or LSA+ IDC in your networking systems.