Cat6 Mini Patch Panel 110 Type 12 Port (568A/B Compatible),Vertical
    Product # 7304
    Cat6 Mini Patch Panel 110 Type 12 Port (568A/B Compatible),Vertical
    Product # 7304
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    Cat6 Mini Patch Panel 110 Type 12 Port (568A/B Compatible),Vertical

    Compact vertical rack mountable 12 port Cat 6 patch panel. 
    Features:
    • Small footprint saves space and allows optimum use of valuable rack space. 
    • Conveniently numbered and writeable port labels on the front panel. 
    • Compatible with both 568A and B standards with easy to read color code diagrams in back. 
    • UL Listed, meets Cat 6 standards.
    • Takes standard 110 blade punch downs. 
    • Provides tight, secure, positive contact and transfer of signals. 
    • Bracket frame with screw eyelets for easy attachment to rack frame. 
    • Unshielded
    • Type: 180 degree
    • Dimensions: 10" x 2.25"
    Includes:
    • Screws
     
    4.1 / 5.0
    44 Reviews
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    Worked as Expected, no big complaints.
    I have not had an issue with this panel. It was easy to install, feels like it is built well (though the mounting bracket is plastic, and that could be an issue with repeated use). It did exactly what I wanted it to do, and was listed at the right price.

    PROS: It works. It's relatively cheap. While these seem like relatively small pros, this is really all I was looking for.

    CONS: 568a/568b configuration diagram is a little confusing. At first glance, it looks like the diagram actually shows the same configuration for both 'a' and 'b'.
    There is not quite enough space between the patch panel and the mounting bracket. I am only using 6 of the 12 jacks, and was only just able to fit all the cables through the top portion of the mounting bracket. I am currently using CAT5e cable.
    March 26, 2014
    5/5
    Is a good size compared to others and can fit even if you have limited space which is great for older homes which may not have a good place to put structured wiring. I have not tested the speed yet but am sure it is good. It looks much cleaner than just clamping RJ45ends onto the end of the wires. It is cheaper hear than most places charge for CAT5e patches.
    October 16, 2011
    Works great for the price
    Easy to install and punch down, did the job.

    PROS: Easy to install and punch down, did the job.

    CONS: Dust caps can fall off, no big deal - but can be a pain.
    July 26, 2014
    Solid construction. Works great
    This is a terrific product. It would be nice if it fit more "out of the box" in the leviton-style wall box (had to drill more holes), but it looks nice and professional and at a great price!

    PROS: robust, solid connections. Wiring guide right on the 66 block.

    CONS: Doesn't come w/ labels
    June 15, 2015
    Awesome for home networking
    It was easy to punch down all the cat5e cables. All the ports seem to work as expected, the wiring diagram appears to be correct (I think this was an issue in earlier products). Get a cable tester to go with this product!

    PROS: Small size is perfect for leviton or other home network cabinets. Would highly recommend for home network installations.

    CONS: Took a few extra holes since it doesn't snap in with Leviton's little pin/standoff things. Not a big deal though.
    March 20, 2012
    Great little patch panel
    It was well worth the less than $16 it cost me for this patch panel. This was a breeze to install as it comes with good instructions. It even has a template for cutting the whole in your wall if you are passing cabling from behind the drywall. I know that there have been some reviews as to the cabling diagrams on the back being wrong, but the one I got had the correct wiring pinout shown on back so that problem must have been resolved.

    TIP 1: If you are unsure about the pinout, then just terminate ONE port and then TEST to make sure it is correct.

    I didn't use the provided punch down tool to punch the wiring down but I did use it for stripping the sheathing off of the CAT6 cabling I ran - it worked great for that. The patch panel also came with a couple of zip ties so you can dress your cabling once your done.

    TIP2: If you will be cabling all 12 ports, then start punching down the wiring on the port nearest the cable entry on the patch panel. For example, if you are installing the panel vertically and the cabling is coming the top of the panel, then punch down port 1 first and work you way down. You'll thank me later.

    I haven't done any speed tests yet on this panel yet. I'll update once that happens.

    PROS: Easy to use
    Great price
    Good diagrams on back when terminating wires
    Comes with wall bracket that allows for quick mount/dismount of patch panel

    CONS: Not made in America
    March 9, 2012
    Great Product for cheap
    Works as advertised and a lot cheaper than any of the leviton products I was looking at installing my network panel. I highly recommend this product!
    January 15, 2012
    5/5
    5/5

    PROS: THIS ITEM WAS EASY TO INSTALL
    July 31, 2012
    Nice patch panel
    We used this to wire up a home and had no issues at all. The panel is easy to install with the wall bracket and the panel fits in the bracket well. Easy to punch down with standard equipment.

    PROS: Easy to install wall bracket

    Doesn't require rack

    CONS: None
    September 2, 2015
    Works well in Leviton SMC
    Bought two to line up parallel in the SMC Good quality panel from what I can tell (no prior networking experience). Harder to tell that it was made in Red China. Slightly tight fit in the SMC (due to very little access from the back for the panel, but was able to route 6 CAT 6 solid wires from each end with the panel oriented vertically. Drilled holes in the SMC, and widened and thinned out the bracket by recessing the bracket hole with a 1/4" drill spade. This allowed me to use the Leviton push pins to mount the bracket.

    PROS: Good quality, sturdy, low cost

    CONS: Wish the bracket mounting holes aligned with the Leviton SMC predrilled holes
    June 12, 2011
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