Voice and data jacks provide ports for connecting cables to telephone and data network service.
Category jacks install in outlets, wall plates, network racks, and shielded patch panels and cords. They work with different category cables with compatible connector types like category 5e, category 6, and category 6A.
Tool-Less requires no tools to connect wires to facilitate termination.
Category Jacks Tool-Less, sorted by Compatible Cable Performance Category, custom
1-Punch allows all four pairs of wires to be punched down and cut quickly.
Category Jacks 1-Punch, sorted by Compatible Cable Performance Category, custom
Punch-Down refers to a termination method using a handheld tool used to punch or snap individual wires down into the appropriate ports in the jack.
Category Jacks Punch-Down, sorted by Compatible Cable Performance Category, custom
Couplers have ports on each end that accommodate compatible connector types and extend the length of two voice and data category cables to connect equipment and devices.
Coupler is a tool with ports on each end to accommodate different connector types to facilitate termination.
Category Couplers Coupler, sorted by Compatible Cable Performance Category, custom
Fiber Optic Couplers
These fiber optic couplers have a port on each end that accommodates fiber optic lines with compatible connector types. They're used to extend the reach of signal transmission across multiple areas.
Fiber Optic Couplers, sorted by Compatible Connector Type, custom
Inserts plug into ports in keystone wall plates to prevent the port from being used or to reserve a space for a future connection.
Inserts, sorted by Color, ascending
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