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48-port Cat5e Patch Panel, 110 Type (568A/B Compatible)
48 Port CAT5e Patch Panel.
Black painted steel panel.
White blanks for easy labeling and identification.
Color coded wiring diagram on back.
for 19" wide racks.
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PROS: Price very reasonable, consistant quality, comes with frame screws, terminating caps, a fresh cable butt'r & ty-wraps
CONS: If you are using a probe to tone out your wiring be VERY careful when probing the port, you will bend the pins and and cause opens. Also the shoulder on the port will not support a RJ-11 plug. If you are interconnecting 2-wire devices crimp on a RJ-45 plug and all will be well. I have used dozens of these and those are the only two issues.
PROS: Sturdy, terminates nice
CONS: When I tested with my Fluke it did not pass the Cat 5e certification. Any body else have that issue.
9 months ago
The labeling, and management loops are sturdy and accessible. there is a bit of play with the 110 terminals on the back, but proper punch techniques will keep that from being a problem.
If you have a problem with this panel, it is likely located behind the punch tool.
7 months ago
PROS: Quality and delivered fast for a great price
Cons: Ships with 10/24 screws while most of the mounts have 10/32 threads. Can cause issues unless you pay attention.
PROS: The coolest thing about this patch panel was the little tool that came with it for stripping the cable and punching it in.
PROS: The rack mount patch panels are easy to work with and come in narrow width if you are short on space. The products are great and shipping is usually next day. Price is very competitive.
CONS: None that I've found.
PROS: Great product, works flawlessly.
PROS: Great easy to setup
Has the color coding for T568B already on the back Panel
CONS: Not really a con but it comes with a punch tool that is not for professional use at all I HIGHLY suggest PID 7041 Impact 110 Punch tool because it pushes it in and cuts the wires at the same time.