RJ11 4 Conductor Jack Wall Plate - Hanging Phone Style - Single Gang - 1 Port - Stainless Steel

Part no. 15-100-028 SS

6P4C | Telephone Applications | Single Gang | Mounting Screws | Steel

Quantity Discount Pricing
1-9 10-14 15-24 25-99 100+
$5.20 $4.95 $4.70 $4.46 $4.21
Quantity Discount Pricing
1 - 9 10 - 14 15 - 24 25 - 99 100+
$5.20 $4.95 $4.70 $4.46 $4.21

The RJ11 Wall Plate is the perfect solution for messy home or office networks. The RJ11 wall plate is designed to neatly tuck away unsightly telephone cables behind a plate. The RJ11 Jack is built into the wall plate which fits into a standard electrical box or low-voltage mounting plate.


  • Color: Stainless Steel
  • 1 RJ11 Jack
  • Type 630A
  • Suitable For Common Telephone Applications
  • Mounts In Standard Electrical Box or Low-Voltage Mounting Plate
  • Color-Coded Screw Terminals
  • Hanging Phone Style
Features & Specs
Ports The type of available ports?

(1) RJ11 Jack

Gang The Gang of the wall plate? Single
Material The type of compatible ports? Stainless Steel
Color The color of the wall plate? Stainless Steel
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Q: Why do I need to use a wall plate?

A: Wall Plates provide a professional clean looking finish to home theatre or office networks. A wall plate will keep your cables neat and tucked away behind the wall. If you are connecting cables to equipment too far away to hide the cable, running the cable through the wall plate behind a wall is the best solution to keep installation organized.

Q: What is a gang?

A: Wall plates are very specific for your intended use. Gang is one feature used to distinguish how many ‘side-by-side’ elements in an electrical box are included in the wall plate. Gang does not refer to the number of ports available, for example a double-gang wall plate may offer 4 ports.

Q: Can I install a wall plate without a solid supportive wood or metal wall?

A: For installing wall plates on plaster or drywall use a mounting plate to strengthen the installation points. A mounting box is another option for installing wall plates for surfaces like brick or concrete. The mounting box can be mounted on the wall using adhesive and a standard wall plate can be attached to the front.

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