Field wireable connectors safely extend Ethernet cables
Turck's CAT6 RJ45 field wireable connectors provide a secure way to extend an Ethernet cable in the field.
Turck has announced new CAT6 RJ45 field wireable connectors to provide a simple and secure way to extend an Ethernet cable in the field. Whether connecting a peripheral device, repairing/replacing a cable link or extending the network cable, the field wireable allows an on-site assembly for up to 10 Gb Ethernet networks.
The CAT6 RJ45 field wireable consists of two pieces: a color coded adapter and an Ethernet connector. The connector integrates three strain relief settings suitable for cable diameters from 5 to 9 mm, and is shielded to protect the cable from EMC interference.
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- Edited by Amanda McLeman, Control Engineering, www.controleng.com
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