Will this module into this face plate? In other words, are grid modules all a standard size.
Only thing is the CAT 6 module from TLC is a different shade of white than the Telephone module and face plate from screwfix.
Screwfix sell what you need and it will match the plate
I agree, but if you find yourself dealing with outlets that properly describe their products, you may come a bit unstuck.I think you get my point when I refer to a single CAT6 module being 25mm wide. A single module in my mind is single connection point to fit into a face plate.
I've noticed that there seem to be at least two common wiring orders. Older modules seem to put the pins in numerical order while the ones i've bought recently group them by which pair they connect to.Fair enough then... I had a set of identical modules, but Cat5e stamped on them. The wiring order on the back was not the standard order, which caused some confusion.
Yea we use a reasonable amount of Connectix stuff. Their patch panels seem pretty decent. Unfortunately our main wholesaler stocks Click modules and they are absolute garbage. You can break the housing by pulling the cable tie too hard, or even, if you push an RJ45 in a little too hard, the lugs snap and the PCB falls into the backboxI agree, but if you find yourself dealing with outlets that properly describe their products, you may come a bit unstuck.
At work we mostly use Connectix modules. That's partly because our procurement guy dealt with them for many years in his last job working for a cabling installation contractor where if there were reliability problems, they install enough for it to show up.
Yup, there is some crap about.You can break the housing by pulling the cable tie too hard, or even, if you push an RJ45 in a little too hard, the lugs snap and the PCB falls into the backbox
Did you know that Winston has never complained about that?... RJ45 ...
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