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    Wall Plate Jacks 8P8C Double - Smooth Type
    Product # 7075
    $1.26
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    Wall Plate Jacks 8P8C Double - Smooth Type

    Telecommunications wall plate with RJ45 Jack.

    Double Jack wall plate for connecting 8 conductor telecommunications lines.
    Accept cables with RJ45 connectors.
    Screw on type line connectors on back.
    Color coded.
    Screws on to typical in-wall, electrical gang box.


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    What is the difference between a flush type and a smooth type wall plate?
    New User U on Feb 5, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: There's different definitions for both flush and smooth types of wall plates. Smooth refers to a wall plate that has front mounted screws, and rounded edges/corners. Most modern plates have two screws for every 1-gang space, so one at top and one at bottom for a single plate, 4 screws for a double plate, 6 screws for a triple, etc..

    Flush can refer to two different things. For a plate, it can mean it uses a snap-on cover that goes over the screws to hide them, leaving a "flush" finish, or it can refer to the keystone jacks you plug into a plate, because they can fit "flush" to the plate, making a clean, level finish on its face.
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    Back Order This item should ship tomorrow (11/20/2017) if ordered within 1 hour 56 minutes