Cat6 Plug Solid W/Insert 50U 100pcs/Bag
    Product # 7266
    Cat6 Plug Solid W/Insert 50U 100pcs/Bag
    Product # 7266
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    Cat6 Plug Solid W/Insert 50U 100pcs/Bag

    RJ45 connectors for Cat6 Solid cables.
    Cat-6 connectors are made to higher standards that help reduce noise caused by crosstalk and system noise.
    Crimp on RJ45 connectors with inserts for holding wires in place.
    Gold plated contacts
    Clear plastic housing.
    For Solid wire cables.
    Click the following link for an installation guide:
    *Monoprice continually strives to improve its product line to bring our customers the best products available. Therefore, improvements and physical design changes may be made to listed specifications without prior notice. Item received may not match photo or specs shown.

    139 Reviews

    64.03% of the reviewers recommend this product


    Great plug

    • Anonymous,
    •  orem, UT 
    • 6/12/2016 3:37:10 PM

    Pros: Easy to use. Looks great.

    Cons: I wish it worked better with the monoprice boots.

    First off if you follow the guide here it works great.

    Easy to use and I love the separate piece it makes installation very easy.

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    Take getting used to but work fine if you know the tricks

    • MindWanderer,
    •  Fremont, CA 
    • 6/1/2016 12:55:32 PM

    Pros: Do in fact work
    Easier to get to the TIA/EIA standard of less than 1/2" of untwisted wires than normal connectors, once you get used to them

    Cons: Significant learning curve
    Monoprice's instructions are terrible
    Clip needs to be coaxed out in order to hold the plug in place

    The worst part of these connectors is the instructions. They're outright wrong in places and miss some critical elements. Here's what I'm doing to get them to work:

    1) Strip the insulation and cut the spline out as normal. An inch of exposed wire is the bare minimum I recommend leaving about 1.5 inches when you're starting to learn how to work with these.
    2) Untwist and straighten the wires as if you were going to use a standard non-insert connector. Make sure the tips are all completely flush, side by side. It's best if you can leave them a little twisted near the insulation
    3) Because the blue wires cross over, the tips won't be at the same length. Trim them even now, again as if you were using a connector without the inserts.
    4) Slide the insert over the tips. The fat end should be on the inside, toward the insulation, and the lip on the fat end should be on the "bottom." In other words, if you're holding the cable in front of you, with the exposed wire pointing upwards and the brown wires on the right, the fat end should be on the bottom with the lip facing you.
    5) Slide the insert down the wires, making sure all 8 wires are going inside. You won't want to smash it down all the way down to the insulation, or else you won't be able to fit it in the connector. You can hold it up to the connector for comparison as long as the insulation goes far enough into the connector to get crimped down, it's close enough.
    6) Trim the wires again, right down to the edge of the insert.
    7) Insert the insert into the connector and crimp down.
    8) Pull the locking tab away from the body of the connector. The connectors ship with the tab all the way against the body of the connector, which means that when you insert it into a plug, nothing holds it there. If you overextend the tab away from the body first, it will click into place as normal.

    That said, I'm not convinced this is an improvement over the standard non-insert connectors I'm used to, though granted I've done only Cat5e in the past, which is much easier to work with. If I have to order more, I'll compare the two types.

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    No good

    • Paul,
    •  Dover Plains, NY 
    • 5/9/2016 8:53:23 AM

    Cons: No wire channels built in
    Do not hold sheathing when crimped

    These plugs come with a bag of inserts but do not work. I was not able to make a working cable with these because the wites do not seat properly in the plug even with the inserts. I have 100 percent success with plugs that have wire channels built into the plug. They also do not hold the sheathing when crimped down.

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    No connection

    • Anonymous,
    •  Garfield Hts, OH 
    • 5/3/2016 8:43:52 AM

    Inserts sounded like a good idea but ended up a big fail. Crimped 2 different cables. Neither worked when tested.. clipped the ends and tried again. Still no connectivity.

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    Terrible Design

    • Anonymous,
    •  North York, ON 
    • 4/27/2016 6:45:24 PM

    Not sure what I am doing wrong. Tried both Cat5, and Cat6 cable and the connection doe snot seem to work. With the standard deign it works every time.

    by Monoprice Administrator

    Thank you for your review and sorry to hear of the issues you have experienced with the plugs. I would recommend getting in contact with our Tech Support department regarding the issue to see if there may be a solution. They would be best reached via online chat (6:00am - 6:00pm PST) or by phone at 877-271-2592 (6:00am - 5:00pm PST).

    Mark P.
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