Kauden Twin Cat6/Cat5e compatible faceplate

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About this product

Overview

  • Clear label covers
  • Standard IDC terminals
  • Including cable ties

Product overview

• Clear label covers
• Standard IDC terminals
• Including cable ties
• Colour coded (568B is most common used)

CAT6 is a standard set to support data transmissions over twisted pair high signal integrity cable at frequencies up to 250 Mhz as specified within BS EN 50713 and is growing more popular as users are tending to opt for this as it offers a better degree of future proofing when compared to CAT5e.

This faceplates is the common 86x86mm standard faceplate size and similar to mains electrical accessories, can be mounted flush or surface mount and used for many types of IT installations in both home and office.

Designed for use with 32mm deep plastic surface box or 35mm deep metal back box for flush mounting.

The Kauden modular faceplate system is a highly flexible way to customise your signal and data outlets to your needs. Slot in the interchangeable modules to the blank faceplates to create the perfect out let for your connectivity. Ideal for either home or office needs. A wide range of modules and faceplates are available. Quarter blanking plates are also available for faceplates with spare space.

Rated 4 out of 5 by from Shallow design makes for easier install These are nice and thin which makes installation a lot easier and avoids problems caused by squishing wires.
Date published: 2014-10-29
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Do I need 2 Ethernet cables to run into this socket or can I piggy back one into the other by jacking wires between the modules

Asked by: struggler
This would require two cables .
Answered by: Darren
Date published: 2016-05-30
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