Signamax Category 5e Wall Mount Jack Panels
NOTE: The 12-Port Panel is no longer available
Signamax™ Cat 5e Wallmount Patch Panels with 110-style punch down connectors provide a convenient, user-friendly patching solution for applications that have limited space or require close cross-connections for structured media applications. These compact patch panels have the same footprint as a 100-pair 110-block for easy integration into most telecom applications or backboards.
- Standoff mounting bracket allows patch cords to be routed behind the panel, where a cable tie-down point is provided for easy securing and organization
- Prefabricated mounting holes for easy wallmount or backboard installation
- Panels accommodate both T568A and T568B wiring schemes, with each connector using an easy-to-follow, color-coded wiring label for error-free termination
- Each port is individually numbered for fast and easy identification
- Constructed from high quality steel and ABS plastic to provide maximum strength and durability
- High-impact, black epoxy-powder finish provides excellent corrosion and scratch resistance
|SX-24458JPL-C5E||24-Port 8"W x 11"L x 4"D|
|ANSI/TIA/EIA-568-B.2:||Exceeds Category 5e (1 – 100 MHz) component level specifications|
|Transmission Media:||Unshielded twisted pair (UTP)|
|ANSI/TIA/EIA-568-B.2:||T568A and T568B|
|Wire Gauge:||22-26 AWG (0.643 – 0.404 mm)|
|Jack Contacts:||Phosphor bronze, nickel plating with a minimum of 50 micro inches of gold plating in contact area|
|IDC Contacts:||110 type, phosphor bronze, nickel plating|
|SX-24458JPL-C5E||Signamax 24-Port Category 5e Wall Mount Patch Panel||8"W x 11"L x 4"D|
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