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RJ45 Cable instalation





KD8CPP
Is there an easy guide any of you know about on how to install RJ45 connectors like the ones used it networking? In ham radio alot of the microphones use those connectors, but I can't find a good guide that is specific/with alot of pictures that I can use.

Thanks in advance.
Jaan
No clue what your talking about. Googled it?
diduknowthat
The connectors as in the cable itself? Isn't the RJ45 just another name for eithernet?

You just plug it into the port, just make sure its facing the right now, as there's a little backword clip that only goes in one way.
ba11inncali
Here you go.

http://www.maplin.co.uk/Media/PDFs/Network_Wiring.pdf
http://www.maplin.co.uk/Media/PDFs/Cat_6_RJ45_Assembly.pdf
KD8CPP
ba11inncali got it perfect. That is exactly what I needed. Sorry I wasn't more specific.
zurdosoft
djclue917
diduknowthat wrote:
The connectors as in the cable itself? Isn't the RJ45 just another name for eithernet?

You just plug it into the port, just make sure its facing the right now, as there's a little backword clip that only goes in one way.


RJ45 is a connector much like the RJ11's in standard phone lines. I think he's talking about cable crimping.
jarrod
you can buy a set of crimpers for any leading electrical supply

in the packet there are usaully instructions and diagrams on all the different users for the cripmers
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