•This CAT6 UTP keystone jacket is durable,its fits for surface mount boxes or Single port panel (wall plate)
•Gold plated contacts with dust cover|prevent the oxidization|ABS case|Fire resistance UL94V-0|smoothly snap-in and snapping stable
•Cat 6 performance to future-proof your network|Backwards compatible to 10/100/1000
•Ethernet CAT5 CAT5E CAT6|in compliance with the ANSI/TIA/EIA 568-C.2 standard
•Supports T568A and T568B wiring with color coded 110 blocks. It Supports 110 or Krone dual type termination and accepts 22 or 26 AWG solid Ethernet patch cables.
Package： 1- Pack = 1pcs, 2- Pack = 2pcs, 10- Pack = 10pcs
•Test approved & Use with confidence
Fire Resistance UL94V-0
•Made of Low smoke zero halogen(LZSH) material, Gold plated contacts
•Compact, making products look simple, elegant
•This CAT6 UTP keystone jacket is durable,its fits for patch panels, surface mount boxes or wall plates (face plates)
•Cat 6 performance to future-proof your network|Backwards compatible to 10/100/1000 Ethernet CAT5 CAT5E CAT6|in compliance with the ANSI/TIA/EIA 568-C.2 standard
•RJ45 interface terminal：50u gold plated
•Erminal Material: Phosphor Bronze
•Prevent the oxidization
•Smoothly snap-in and snapping stable
•AV 750V1 minutes without breakdown and arcing phenomena
Supports T568A and T568B
•Supports T568A and T568B wiring with color coded 110 blocks.
•It Supports 110 or Krone dual type termination and accepts 22 or 26 AWG solid Ethernet patch cables
•Network cabling weak building home improve-ment project
Q：What is the data throughput on these keystones? item description claims 'speeds up to 1gbp/s'. choke point?
A：They are compliant with Cat6/Cat5e/Cat5 standards. So speeds up to 1Gbp/s. If your entire network is built for 1Gbp/s you should be fine as everything will have cross talk. If your switching, wiring, networking equipment and inbound/outbound connection all have capacity of above 1Gbp/s you'll need shielded. If you contact us with your intended use we could provide better insight. Generally Cat6 1Gbp/s is everywhere and is pretty standard right now for deployments. 6A/Shielded (above 1Gbp/s) is more rare/special circumstances.
Q：Can i use this as a telephone rj11 jack if i hook up the wires properly to the middle four terminals?
A：We advise for best results to use RJ11 keystone instead of RJ45 for a telephone wire. Unless you're running VOIP via cat6/5e/5 wiring, if that is the case these will work just fine.