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150 EXTREME™ Cat 6 QUICKPORT™ Jacks, Bulk QUICKPACK™, White, Kitted with JackRapid™ Tool

61110-JW6

The EXTREME Category 6 jack is designed to be used with all QUICKPORT compatible products. The jack includes patented Retention Force Technology™ which promotes consistent performance over the life of the system. It features unique pair separation towers allowing for quicker and easier terminations. The jack is built on a 180-degree configuration with the punch field in the back, allowing for rear termination.

UPC Code: 078477373439
Country of Origin : United States

Product Information

  • Product Features

    Brand : eXtreme

    Category Rating : Cat 6

    Color : White

    Shielding : UTP

  • Terminates 26 to 22 AWG solid conductors and 24 to 22 AWG stranded conductors
  • Terminates 26 AWG stranded conductors up to 5 times
  • Capable of multiple re-terminations
  • Gas-tight IDC jacks prevent corrosion
  • Dual-layer T568B/T568A wiring label simplifies punchdown
  • Patented Retention Force Technology protects tines from damage and increases system longevity
  • Pair Separation Tower design facilitates separation of conductors and minimizes untwisting
  • 180-degree configuration allows for rear termination
  • Available in 13 ANSI/TIA-606-C compatible colors for color coding or organization
  • Available individually, in bulk packages of 25, and in bulk packages of 150 with a JackRapid™ Punchdown Tool
  • Select colors available in 200 pack Sustainably Smart Packaging that uses no single-use plastic and is fully recyclable
  • Will exceed IEEE 802.3bt standard up to 0.5 amps per conductor (100 watts) continuously
  • ETL verified to meet the IEC 60512-99-002 standard for support of IEEE 802.3bt Type 4 PoE (90-watt) applications

  • ECD147723-0001
  • MX249737
  • TWI285985
  • US6786776

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