Model Number: S538
SIGNALMAX.NET Cat 6 keystone jack is designed for the gigabyte structural cabling. It conforms to TIA/EIA 568B Category 6 requirements. The mating with modular pins conforms to FCC part 68, Subpart F. It is designed for installing onto SIGNALMAX.NET keystone 1 / 2 / 4 port faceplate and FTTH socket with Ethernet port.
110 types IDC punch down connectors
90 degree punch down connection
568A and B compliant
Color coded wiring diagram attached to the jack
Operating Life: 750 insertions
Applicable wire gauge: 22AWG to 24AWG solid and stranded wire
UL Rated 94V-0
Support 10BASE-T, 100BASE-T, 1000BASE-T and 10GBASE-T standards
It can handle up to 10 Gbps in conditions of throughput with the ulmost cable length of 55 meters.
Housing material: PC
Insert material: PBT+30%GF
PCB material: FR-4 t=1.6mm
Contact material: Phosphor bronzes stamp PIN= T=0.3mm
RJ45 Jack supports minimum 700 times insertion
IDC supports minimum 200 times insertion
Wire: AWG 22-24
Suitable for 0.4 mm to 0.6 mm solid or stranded cable, maximum overall diameter: 1.5 mm
Plastic parts are made of Flame resistant, UL Rate 94V-0 thermoplastic PC compound.
FCC Connect pins are made of Phosphor Bronze with 50 micron gold plating.
IDC Clips are made of Tinned phosphor bronze pins supporting for punching 22 to 24AWG wires.
Modular supports contact retention force at least 128N applied onto the plug.
Operating Temperature: -40 to +70 degree Celsius.
Voltage rating: 125 VAC RMS
Current rating: 1.5 AMP
Contact resistance: up to 20 Mega OHMS
Insulation resistance: minimum 100 Mega OHMS based on 500 VDC
Dielectric strength: 750 VAC RMS at 60Hz in one minute
Passed at TIA Cat 6 permanent link test in 90 meter
Working frequency: 250 MHz
Please strip off the jacket of Cat 6 cable with length 3 cm. Please take out the 8 twist wires and then place on the IDC of the jack. Please arrange all 8 wires into their corresponding grooves based on the colour coding on the label. It’s important to make sure you wire up both ends to the same wiring standard, whether that’s T568A or T568B and regardless of whether the other end of the cable run is terminated on a wall socket or a male RJ45 plug.
Arrange the 8 wires with your fingers and press them down inside the grooves as far as they’ll go by hand whilst arranging them as neatly as you can without crossing over unnecessarily.
Once you’ve done that, use the punchdown tool to punch all 8 wires down which will splice the wires into the metal grooves, making an electrical connection and holding them firmly in place at the same time.