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Excel Cat 6A Unscreened (U/UTP) Keystone Jack (Black)
[100-156-BK]

Excel Cat 6A Unscreened (U/UTP) Keystone Jack (Black)
The Excel Category 6A Unscreened Twisted Pair (U/UTP) Keystone Jack is a RJ45 Keystone Jack suitable for mounting in a range of housings from patch panels, facelpates and shutters, to floor boxes and work area distribution enclosures. The socket itself is housed in a high quality ABS plastic housing which opens at the rear to reveal the IDC termination points. A choice of patch panel frames with either 16 or 24 port desnity in either black or chrome are available.

IDC point at 180 degrees to jack
Suitable for patch panel and faceplate mounting
EC Verified
UL 1863 Safety Listed
UK94V-0 fire retardant plastic
Lietime product warranty
25 year system warranty
Suitable for 10 Gigabit and 10GBase-T ethernet application

Please note that this Excel keystone jack is only to be used with RJ45 FCC compliant plugs. It is designed for use with 8 pin RJ45 plugs which comply with the IEC 60603-7 standard. They are not designed for use with RJ11 plugs or LJ6 plugs.

Use of plugs which are not compliant with the IEC 60603-7 standard for RJ45 connectors may result in physical damage to the pins inside the keystone jack.

When testing, Excel recommends Fluke DTX1800 with PLA002 test adaptor. Please ensure that the test head connector being used is not damaged and that the number of circuits tested with this test head has not exceeded the manufacturer's recommendations.

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