EthernetOne of the most popular standards for Local Area Network (LAN) applications, Ethernet has been in use since 1980. Standardized as IEEE 802.3, Ethernet is commonly available over twisted-pair wire, using the familiar RJ45 connection, and in fiber optic versions for high-bandwidth uses.
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Terminate your own Keystone jacks and patch panels
Extend your 10/100Mbps network by up to 1km over Ethernet or RJ11 phone lines
Scale your 10/100 Mbps Ethernet network up to 1.5km over RJ11 phone lines
Scale your 10/100 Mbps Ethernet network 1km over RJ11 phone lines and remotely connect four RJ45 network devices
Terminate your shielded Cat6a cables at standard wall plates
Terminate Cat6 cables at a 180° angle, for a more compact keystone jack installation