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ICC Blank Patch Panel with 89D Bracket - 8 Port

SKU
IC107BP8VB
8 Ports | 89D | Accommodates Modular Connectors & ID Caps | Accepts Any Keystone Jack or Insert
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The ICC 8 Port 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. The ICC blank patch panel comes with 89D Brackets for easy mounting and cable management.

Features:
  • 8 Port
  • Accommodates modular connectors and color ID caps
  • Supports the mixed distribution of voice, data, audio, video, and fiber optic systems for either commercial or residential applications
  • 89D Mounting Bracket is included with Patch Panel
  • Accepts all Keystone jack and inserts
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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.