Types of rj45 pass through connector
The rj45 pass through connector, also known as RJ45 Modular Plug, is used for the termination of data cables to realize the connection and change between equipment and distribution frame modules. The RJ45 crystal head is required to have good conduction performance; the gold-plated thickness of the contact trident reed is 50 μm, which meets the transmission standard of super category 5, and conforms to the T568A and T568B line sequence; it has the functions of preventing loosening, plugging and unplugging, and self-locking.
The rj45 pass through connector is a standard connector in copper cabling, and it forms a complete connector unit together with the socket (rj45 pass through connector). The connector composed of these two components is connected between the wires to achieve electrical continuity of the wires. It is also an integral part of the finished jumper of integrated wiring technology, and the RJ45 crystal head is usually connected to both ends of the twisted pair cable. In the standard integrated wiring design and installation, this accessory product is usually not listed separately, that is, it is not recommended that the user complete the connection between the twisted pair and the RJ45 plug by himself.
The rj45 pass through connector is divided into two types: unshielded and shielded. The outer periphery of the shielded rj45 pass through connector is covered with a shielded cladding, and its physical appearance is no different from that of an unshielded plug. There is also an industrial shielded RJ45 plug specially designed for the factory environment, which is used in conjunction with the shielded module.
The rj45 pass through connector often uses a non-slip plug sheath to protect the connector, anti-slip and easy to plug in and out. In addition, it has various color options, which can provide the same color as the embedded icon for proper connection .