Cat6 RJ-45 Toolless Keystone - White
    Product # 1044
    Cat6 RJ-45 Toolless Keystone - White
    Product # 1044
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    Cat6 RJ-45 Toolless Keystone - White

    Easy to use, toolless (no soldering or screwdriver req.) modular CAT 6 Keystone jack. RJ45 female connector. To be used with keystone wall plate or panel. Wiring diagram on clip.
    This product is intended for use with 23~24 AWG Solid Ethernet cable. It will not work well with stranded Ethernet cable. If you're using stranded Ethernet cable, please use a punch-down style keystone jack.

    Note that the width of the RJ45 keystones is such that two cannot be used side-by-side in the same wall-plate.

    Comes with lever for ease of installation and retaining clip for secure connection.
    Click the following link for an installation guide:
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    114 Reviews

    81.58% of the reviewers recommend this product


    Work well but could use small improvements

    • Tobias Lawrence,
    •  West Warwick, RI 
    • 4/11/2016 4:35:19 AM

    The basics: these work well for solid CAT6. The connection is sturdy, the jack feels solid.

    You do have to be a little more meticulous with pushing the wires into the holder slots before clamping down. There's a lot of little plastic guide posts on the inside for keeping things in place, but solid CAT6 is bulky so it's a bit of pain pushing wires into their respective spots.

    Also, the "cradle" tab where the jacketed part of the cable is supposed to sit, to be ziptied when you've closed the jack, is a little too short. Unless everything is pulled tight so the jacket can't go in any more, you'll be putting a ziptie right onto the conductors instead of the jacket. Would be great if they could somehow provide a press-fit piece on both sides so closing the clamshell also clamped down on the jacket, and provided more support. More of a minor nuisance than anything else.

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    great product.

    • Anonymous,
    •  gatineau, quebec 
    • 3/11/2016 12:36:56 PM

    I bought a bunch of each colour of this product and they worked great. I used them with 23 AWG tygerwire without any issues.

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    Tool-less Cat 6 Keystone

    • Paul Cole Raleigh NC,
    •  Coats, NC 
    • 3/3/2016 6:10:04 AM

    Pros: Don't need a punch down tool, Cost is the same as the Tooled Keystone.
    Don't need a backing to hold the Keystone (so the wall don't get damaged).

    Cons: You do need a pair of Diagonal Cutter to cut the extra wires off the side when done crimping.
    If you have to fix a miss wire you need to start all over, You can't just fix one crossover pair. Everything pulls our when you open it.

    I liked the this Keystone Jack, It took some getting use to for I always used a Punch Down Tool on the other Jacks.
    I think a set of directions would be good to show the best way to assemble this. I found you need to Tie down first, Place wires in the cover, use the tool provided to help seat the wires. Use the tool to help seat in place.

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    Works perfectly

    • Keith,
    •  Alpharetta, GA 
    • 1/31/2016 3:19:42 PM

    Pros: It just works

    Cons: None

    First time installing a network, so I started slowly. Online instructions were decent, and I found a video also. I chose to use 568A. Installed with PID 13561 bulk copper Cat 6. Installed 6 so far. All worked perfectly the first time at gigabit speed.

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    Works great!

    • Anthony Howard,
    •  Cleveland, TN 
    • 1/6/2016 10:59:57 AM

    Pros: Easy to use and worked great first time.

    Cons: Poor/incorrect instructions

    The only reason I didn't give this a 5 star is due to the incorrect wiring instructions on this website. The pictures do not show the correct wire placement for either 568A or 568B. I'd suggest using 568A since that is what started as a standard back in the day with AT&T. Once you know where the wires go the rest is a breeze.

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