RJ11 Modular Transparent Clear Male Plug Crimp Connector for Stranded Telephone Cord Cable Wire
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To connect the phone and cable in analogue telephony, RJ11 is frequently used. It is still used in landlines today and is mostly used to connect to modems. It cannot fit into an RJ45 slot since it is a 4-slot connector with six pins. RJ11 is the standard connector utilized on 2-pair (4-wire) telephone wiring. The physical connector interface, known as a "Registered Jack" RJ is most frequently used for telephone wire terminals. Though the RJ11 connector has a total of 6 connector positions, typically either only 2 or 4 are utilized.
|Connector Gender||Male to Male|
- Gold Plated Contacts for durability and protection against corrosion.
- Three pronged pins for stability and better connectivity.
- Ideal for Multi-Strand wires for making network patch cables.
- Cable inserts and high-strength strain relief boots for added durability.
- Long-lasting flexible lock pins that allow more Male Plug-Unplug cycles.
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