Keystone Jack Punchdown Holder

Part no. 93-200-010

Cat5e, Cat6, & RJ11 | Reduce Jack Slipping | Works w/ All Keystone Jacks | Protect Hands

(1 reviews)
Quantity Discount Pricing
1-2 3-5 6-7 8-9 10+
$1.99 $1.89 $1.79 $1.69 $1.59
Quantity Discount Pricing
1 - 2 3 - 5 6 - 7 8 - 9 10+
$1.99 $1.89 $1.79 $1.69 $1.59

Keystone Jack Punch Down Holder

This Keystone Jack Punchdown Holder help with the termination of keystone jacks. Simply place the keystone jack into the holder and punchdown the wires. The holder reduced the risk of the jack slipping away or punching the tool down on your hand.


  • Works with all Keystone Jacks
  • Protects your hand from the punchdown tool
REVIEW SUMMARY for Keystone Jack Punchdown Holder
4.0 (based on 1 reviews)
  • Useful, but ...

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    From: Honolulu, HI

    5/22/2013    #1257

    PROS: None specified
    CONS: None specified
    It would have been extremely helpful if the product came with a sheet showing the ways the product was intended to be used with the different styles of jacks. Alas, it didn't. However, it is cheap and does the job so a guarded recommendation is in order ...

Q: What’s the difference between Impact and Non-impact punchdown tools?

A: Impact Punchdown tools are designed for any volume of terminations. They are spring loaded which provides a mechanical advantage when punching. Impact punchdown tools provide most of the force required. Another advantage of an impact punchdown tool is they will give a cleaner and more consistent punch because the tool controls the force applied to the wire.

Non-Impact Punchdown Tools are designed for low volume terminations. They are a great choice for home users who only plan on installing a few lines. Unlike impact punchdown tools the user must provide all of the force required to punch, seat, and cut the wires. This can become tiresome for large installations. Non-impact tools a generally less expensive than impact tools.

Q: What is the difference between 66 punchdown block and 110 punch down block?

A: A 66 punch down block is typically used in telephone operations for connecting wires to the hubs. The 110 punch down block will typically be used in computer networking applications.

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