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
Keystone Jack, Cat.6 Class E, UTP type, for connecting application of communication prots in working area.
A compact & ingenious designing, with the punching sequence direction marks on the punching cover of the keystone jack. That can provides a correct and quick guide for punching and connecting operation. And the fastener hats will make sure the cable can be fixed reliably in the IDC clips.
According to the standard of ISO/IEC 11801:2002 Class E & ANSI/TIA/EIA 568-B.2-1 CAT.6, T568A punching sequence and T568B punching sequence are both compatible.
Connection type: FCC connector for RJ45 patch cord and IDC for 4-pair Cat.6 calbes.
Fitting for the Cat.6 general cable distribution system. Compatible for Cat.5 and Cat.5e systems.
Material of plastic parts: PC UL94V-0
Material of the FCC connectors’ 8 pin: Phosphor bronze with golden plated 3U、6U、15U、30U、50U at option. Inserting duration: 750 times.
Material of the IDC Clips: Tinned phosphor bronze pins. Fitting for22AWG/23AWG/24AWG cables. Punching duration: 250 times.
Standard 110 punching tool.
Testing condition of transmitting capability: 250MHz