A 110 block is a type of punch block used to terminate runs of on-premises wiring in a structured cabling system. The designation 110 is also used to describe a type of insulation displacement contact (IDC) connector used to terminate twisted pair cables, which uses a punch-down tool.
Usage in telephone distribution and computer networks.
Early residential telephone systems used simple screw terminals to join cables to sockets in a tree topology. These screw-terminal blocks have been slowly replaced by 110 blocks and connectors. Modern homes usually have phone
Name:Wiring Blocks, 50 Pair, with Legs
VOLTAGE RATING: 125 VAC RMS
CURRENT RATING: 1.5 AMP
CONTACT RESISTANCE: 100 MILLIOHMS MAX
INSULATION RESISTANCE: 1000 MEGOHMS MIN @ 500 VDC
DIELECTRIC STRENGTH: 750 VAC RMS 60HZ, 1MIN
BASE MATERIAL: PC UL94V-0
CABLE BINDER MATERIAL: PC UL94V-0
LEG MATERIAL: PC UL94V-0
IDC HOUSING AND PLATE: PC UL94V-0
TERMINALS MATERIAL: PHOSPHOR BRONZE T=0.8mm
WIRE: AWG 24~26