RJ45 Keystone Computer Jack - Cat6 - 10PK - 25PK - A variety of colors to choose (Commercial Grade - Contractors Package)
RJ45 keystone are 8P8C (8 position 8 connection) jacks that can snap into a faceplate so that an RJ45 mod plug can be plugged into them. They are punched down using a 110 blade on a punch down tool in either the A pattern or the B pattern. Either A or B pattern can be used as long as the pattern on one end of the cable matches the pattern on the opposite end of the cable, though the B pattern is most popular in commercial use. CableSupply.com carries RJ45 keystone jacks that come in Cat6. It is important to use the appropriate jack with the correlating cable; if a Cat5e jack were used on a Cat6 cable the connection would still work, however, the capabilities would be that of the lowest capabilities of the hardware. It's best to use a Cat6 Jack with Cat6 Cable and Cat6 Patch Panel.
What is the cost of quality?
When calculating the cost of quality, which is the cost caused from production defects, cost of poor quality (COPQ) is a commonly used concept. However, COPQ represents only a certain proportion. Costs also result from fixing failures; these costs can be avoided by ensuring that good products are used in installs. The cost of poor quality products and fixing failures can be avoided when quality products are used from the beginning.
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Video: Terminating a RJ45 Jack with Cat6 Cable
This video demonstrates an RJ45 Jack termination with Cat6 Ethernet Cable, using the T568B color code. This tutorial video provide a walkthrough to show you how to terminate a RJ45 Jack using an impact punchdown tool. You will need Cat6 Ethernet Cable, a RJ45 Jack, cabling scissors, punchdown tool, and a wall plate.
Our RJ45 Keystone Computer Jacks have been tested to withstand breaking under pressure of punchdown tools.