Cabling systems and network infrastructures provider R&M is extending its range for LAN cabling with a high-performance RJ45 coupler. The RJ45 coupler Cat. 6A /s supports the fast data transmission office and building networks with structured copper cabling can achieve today. It enables fully viable network operation with 10 Gigabit/s Ethernet. The coupler is suitable for all typical applications in local data networks and, in addition, for operating Power over Ethernet (PoE).
RJ45 coupler has a short design of 27 mm. The coupler, made of diecast aluminum, fits in all patch panels, outlets and distribution boxes in the R&M range for copper cabling. It is simple to click into sockets with a Direct Attached (DA) interface. This contributes to miniaturization and supports top packing densities. R&M offers Keystone, No. 1 and snap in adapters for platforms with other interfaces. This means the Cat. 6A /s coupler can be combined with virtually every RJ45 holder and used everywhere.
The Cat. 6A /s coupler fulfills the requirements of the Class EA Channel and Permanent Link in compliance with the ISO/IEC 11801 standard. The RJ45 coupler supports PoE together with R&MPowerSafe patch cords up to a performance level of 90 Watts (4PPoE) in compliance with IEEE802.3bt.
RJ45 couplers are used to connect patch cords with one another. This results in a number of different possibilities of use. This is how to extend or adapt cabling links on office floors in a flash with an additional patch cord without elaborate installation work.
The coupler is also ideal for doing away with special CP cables with a plug and a jack at the ends in consolidation points and cross-connects. These connections can be created quickly and flexibly with couplers and patch cords using the plug & play procedure. Connections of network components with a rear output interface can be mirrored to the cabinet front simply with couplers. Using the RJ45 coupler in connection with a patch cord is a good idea wherever a jack cannot be connected or would not make any sense.
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