CAT5e Keystone Jack Inserts
Category 5E (Enhanced) Operates at up to 350 MHz, instead of the 100 MHz of standard CAT 5. These CAT 5E keystone inserts are fully ANSI/TIA/EIA 568 B.2-1 compliant. CAT 5e jacks are compatible with the current Category 5E Equipment, as well a Legacy and CAT 5. The Enhanced Electrical Performance of CAT 5E ensures capacity in supporting increased Bandwidth Application Requirements. Typical applications would include, Gigabit Ethernet, Distributed Video (CCTV) over CAT 5E, Voice over IP (VoIP). These CAT 5E Keystone Inserts offer Excellent Performance in all aspects of Data Transmission.
A Keystone module is an industry standard type of wall jack used in residential and business environments. The system consists of a modular face plate to which jacks are mounted. Flush mount Keystone Wallplates will fulfill the most complicated station installation requirements through a wide selection of snap-in modules. A variety of jacks and connectors will fill the wall plate openings to meet your specific requirements of voice, data, audio, video, fiber optic, etc. The inserts are a snap to install and remove, giving you a highly adaptable system.
A keystone jack module is a standardized snap-in package for mounting a variety of low-voltage electrical jacks such as TV, Phone, LAN, Data, BNC, RCA or optical connectors into a keystone wall plate, surface-mount box, or a patch panel. Keystone modules have a commonly popular standardized rectangular face of 14.5mm wide by 16.0mm high and are held in place with a flexible tab. This allows them to be snapped into or out of a mounting plate with correspondingly-sized rectangular holes, called ports. All keystones, regardless of the type of jack they carry, are interchangeable and replaceable. This is what makes Keystone a popular choice in today's installations at Home or Office. Some keystones use a pass-though type connector, where there is a jack on both the front face as well as the rear side. Others only have a jack on the front and employ a different means for hard-wiring signal cables in the rear, such as a mini 110, insulation-displacement connector, crimp or solder connection.