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Our New Line of ECF Panel-Mount RJ45 Mini-Couplers

by Stuart Berry July 04, 2017



Here's Breaking News on a new line of panel-mount RJ45 mini-couplers for use with premise wiring, telecommunications, LANs, voice, data and video networking and 10BASE-T, 100BASE-TX and 1000BASE-T Ethernet.

L-com’s new RJ45 mini-couplers are available with a category 5e or category 6 rating in both shielded and non-shielded versions. They measure less than one inch in length and are engineered to provide high-performance in the most compact design possible. The reduced space and weight of these mini-couplers allows for better air flow and more room to work with behind panels, which is less stressful on cable exits and helps to ensure the cable’s radius is not exceeded.

These category-rated mini-couplers exceed category standards and EIA568A/B dual-wiring provides compatibility for every installation. They feature a solid die-cast metal mounting frame and come in a kit that includes a snap-in mini coupler, mounting frame and 4-40 machine screws.




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