A keystone jack is a female connector used in data communications, particularly local area networks (LANs).
The jack is usually mounted in a wall plate or patch panel. A keystone plug is the matching male connector, usually attached to the end of a cable or cord.
A principal advantage of keystone connectors is their versatility. Several types of keystone jack can be mounted on a single patch panel. They are available
in unshielded and shielded forms and can accommodate cords and cables having various numbers of conductors.
The structure of the Keystone Jack is compact and can be topless. This design is based on contemporaneity
90°Tooless unshielded KJ. The products are used in the equipment rooms & work area as communication connectors of the intelligent buildings.
The structure of the Keystone Jack is compact and tooless. This design is based on contemporaneity aesthetics. The original dust free tooless punching hats can make your work more easy and fast, and it can also prevent the cable from slipping off from the IDC ports.
According to the standard of ISO/IEC 11801:2002 Class E & ANSI/TIA/EIA 568-B.2-1 CAT.6 standard.
According the regnirement of T568A & T568B. The T568A & T568B labels are sticked on the both sides of the product to give a exact guide when a engineer punches the cables.
Connecting: RJ45 port for UTP patch cord and the IDC port for UTP horizontal cabling.
In accordance with RoHS derective.
Fitting for Cat.6 cabling systems, can also be used on Cat.5 and Cat.5e cabling systems.
Housing and other plastic parts’ material: PC UL94V-0
8 pin of the RJ45 jack: Phosphor bronze with golden plated 3U、6U、15U、30U、50U at option. Inserting duration: 750 times.
IDC Clips: Tinned phosphor bronze pins. Fitting for 22AWG/23AWG/24AWG cables.
Punching duration: 250 times.
Punching tool: tooless type.
Testing condition of transimitting capability: 250MHz