RJ11 Modular Connector - 6P4C - Round Cable - 10 Pack

Part no. 551:10 PK

Crimp | 6P4C | Solid or Stranded Round Cable | Gold-Plated Contacts | Plastic

 
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This RJ11 6P4C modular connector is designed to terminate on round cable that is solid or stranded. The connector contains two metal "teeth" that hold the wire in place giving a reliable connection. Easy to terminate, these connectors are useful for creating custom-length patch cables from bulk cable. The 50 micron gold plated contacts will ensure an excellent connection and corrosion free finish.

Features:

  • Plug type: RJ11
  • Position/Conductor: 6x4
  • Plastic Body
  • 50 micron gold plated contacts
  • Designed for voice applications
REVIEW SUMMARY for RJ11 Modular Connector - 6P4C - Round Cable - 10 Pack
 
5.0 (based on 2 reviews)
  • Sakowski

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    From: Illinois Wesleyan University

    1/27/2015    #14636

    PROS: The product works really well; Super fast
    CONS: None specified
    The website was clear about what I was ordering, and they were exactly what I was looking for. They work great.
  • Great Service

    Reviewed by:

    From: New York, NY

    9/27/2013    #1665

    PROS: None specified
    CONS: None specified
    I received this product very quickly and I was able to fix my phone cord with the items right away!
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Q: What is the difference between an RJ11 and an RJ12 connector?

A: Both connectors are the same size and appear the same. However, looking at the contacts an RJ11 will only have 4 contacts. An RJ12 will have 6 contacts.

Q: What are the terms 4P4C, 6P4C and 6P6C referring to?

A:

4P4C: 4 Position 4 Conductor ( RJ22) - used for Telephone Handset cables.

6P4C: 6 Position 4 Conductor (RJ11) - used for ADSL, telephone, and modem cables.

6P6C: 6 Position 6 Conductor (RJ12) - used in System phones.

Q: How do I tell if a plug accepts flat or round cable?

A: Looking at the back of the plug where the cable would insert it will either have an oval shape or a rectangular shape. The rectangular shape accepts flat cable. The oval shape accepts round cable.

Q: How do I wire these plugs?

A: Please see the resource tab for a diagram.

Q: Which pinout should I use use to attach a connector?

A: Newer phones can use a straight or reverse pinned line cord. If you’re unsure of the age of your phone a reverse pinned cord will work with any age phone


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