SF Cable RJ45 Cat5e Junction Box, Punch Down Type
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|Item Dimensions LxWxH||2.7 x 2.6 x 1 inches|
|Item Weight||0.08 Pounds|
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- Junction box is for splicing two Ethernet Cat.5E cables together without the use of connectors and couplers
- If you're going to joint 2 wires together permanently, it's best to have as direct a connection as possible
- The punch down connection provides secure continuity; Wire gage: 23 to 26 AWG
- For use with Cat.5E cable; UL listed
- Lifetime Warranty
Specifications for this item
Junction box is for splicing two Ethernet CAT5E cables together without the use of connectors and couplers; if you're going to joint 2 wires together permanently, it's best to have as direct a connection as possible. The punch down connection provides secure continuity. 110 and Krone punch down type For use with CAT5E cable Wire gage: 23 to 26 AWG 568A/568B color coded UL listed
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 2.7 x 2.6 x 1 inches; 1.28 Ounces
- Item model number : 8541699284
- Date First Available : January 8, 2011
- Manufacturer : SF Cable
- ASIN : B0059DRC3G
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Instead, I ended up running to the hardware store and buying a RJ-45 crimp. I was able to use this method to complete my project. I discovered my original cable was long enough. So I actually didn't need this junction box to extend the length. However, I thought it was worth writing a review to notate that the product actually did not work.
I'd love to use this box to repair a break in the service line, but the box was presealed. If some jack hat suggests that I use a couple screwdrivers to "unlock" each side, they can also suggest how to "unlock" the other side without the first side snapping back into place. Very frustrated.
I suggest that you run the two zip ties through the holes prior to punching the wires down as it is easier if you have limited room to work with. once cable is punched down and tested zip tie then.
Clear instructions provided but you will need your own punchdown tool as none is provided like some keystone jacks (the cheap plastic one).
If you use a screwdriver like some have mentiond, you are probably going to ruin the punchdown block as well as damage the wire you are "punching" down. save yourself the headache and buy a cheap punchdown tool if you don't have one. If you have one packaged with most keystone jacks that should work fine.