Keystone Blank Patch Panel - 12 Port - 1RU

Part no. 15-175-012

1 Rack Mount Space | Customize your Patch Panel configuration for Ethernet or Multimedia

 
(5 reviews)
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Keystone Blank Patch Panels are ideal for data, voice, and audio/video applications. Compatible with all Keystone style inserts this panel has cutouts that accept virtually all snap-in jacks. Use Keystone jacks and inserts to configure the panel to accommodate a variety of applications. The clear numbering on the front provides a quick, easy way to identify cable runs. This panel mounts to any standard 19-inch relay rack, cabinet or wall bracket.

Features:

  • Ports: 12 Port
  • Size: 1.75in x 19in
  • Color: Black
  • Rack Spaces: 1U
  • Uses any Keystone style jack or insert
REVIEW SUMMARY for Keystone Blank Patch Panel - 12 Port - 1RU
 
4.8 (based on 5 reviews)
  • Came in as expected

    Reviewed by:

    From: Hatfiled Ma

    10/25/2014    #12048

    PROS: The product works great; Lightning quick
    CONS:
    I don't think it mentions that the keystones don't sit flush in the plate, but it works for what I needed it to do, Maybe a photo of it loaded with them might help.
  • Simple Keystone style patch panel, used for anything!

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    From: New York

    10/23/2014    #11952

    PROS: The product works great
    CONS: As expected
    Good product for the price! I bought this to hook up my RG6 Quad cables to Keystone jacks since the 12 port F-connectors were very pricey, so I tried this out. Quality is great . Works as advertised
  • As advertiesd

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    From: United States

    6/28/2014    #2547

    PROS: Very high quality metal work.
    CONS: NONE
    Very good deal, price and quality
  • Love the price

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    From:

    1/20/2014    #2020

    PROS: Price. Price. Price.
    CONS: I wish the number label was below the port, but no real problem.
    These work very satisfactory for me. I primarily use ICC brand keystones with this panel. I like the fact that I can easily use a screw driver to release the keystone if I need to move it. Keystones do extend past the face (not flush) but when the keystones are flush to the face they are harder to extract. They are very comparable to ICC brand patch panels. I use them in new home construction for some beautiful network/media closets to terminate all cabling home runs.
  • Better than I expected

    Reviewed by:

    From: Washington, NC

    7/30/2013    #1481

    PROS:
    CONS:
    Better quality than I expected for the price. Keystone jacks do stand proud of the front of the panel, not as neat looking as one where jacks mount flush. However this was very inexpensive, seems to be sturdy and everything fits well. I am happy.
  • Well made product

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    From: Vermont

    6/5/2013    #10384

    PROS:
    CONS:
    This panel fits EZ style jacks easily unlike most other panels where you need to use a screwdriver to force them in. And that is only the EZ jacks that are just a little larger than industry spec (enough to make a difference anyway) It is two plates in one, so when you push the jacks in, they look flush on the surface. Neat trim look.
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Q: What are the benefits of using a patch panel?

A: Patch panels will allow testing, routing and maintenance of network/telecom cables connected to your network. With a patch panel this is quickly done just by making changes to cables on the patch panel itself. Patch panels also allow for easier cable management and identification of cable routing.

Q: What is a rack unit?

A: A rack unit, U or RU is a unit of measure that describes the height of equipment designed to mount in a rack. A rack unit is 1.75 inches. Typically one rack unit will take three vertical screw holes on each side of a standard rack.

Q: What’s the difference between High Density Jacks and Standard Jacks?

A: The difference between them is in physical profile; there is no difference in performance. High-density jacks have a slimmer rear profile, which allows more ports to be inserted into a single rack unit. When using a high-density patch panel or certain wall plates, you must use high-density jacks as well.

Q: What’s the difference between NetKey, Mini-Com and Keystone Jacks?

A: Mini-Com is proprietary to Panduit. The modules will only work in Panduit mini-com faceplates, patch panels and surface boxes. Panduit’s NetKey line has an "Industry Standard Keystone Footprint", which allow us to work in other manufacturer’s faceplates, patch panel and surface boxes.


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