Suyin THR RJ45 jack

Suyin's THR RJ45 jack incorporates power-over-Ethernet capabilities, built-in transformer modules and integrated LEDs.

Jul 25th, 2012

Under the model designation 101110F93H7M410ZA, Suyin (Pfarrkirchen, Germany) has unveiled an 8P8C RJ45 jack designed for device integration via industrial pin-in-paste through-hole reflow (THR) processes. The new right-angle receptacle incorporates a built-in receiver/transmitter filter (transformer module) and has two integrated light-emitting diodes (with yellow, green, and orange indication colors) with excellent luminance.

See also:Industrial RJ45 modular plug

The transceiver's insertion attenuation is specified at a maximum of -1.2 dB in the 1 MHz to 125 MHz range. Common-mode rejection is specified at -30 dB and crosstalk at -25 dB, both in the frequency range from 1 MHz to 100 MHz.

As another special feature, this RJ45 jack has an additional Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) connection. That makes it possible to eliminate the need for a separate power supply cable and for a DC power supply jack on the board when used in applications for broadband data connections in 10/100-Base-T Ethernet networks, such as routers, POS systems, telephone systems, set-top boxes, and many similar devices.

The jack's features and functionality are supplemented by extensive shielding measures on the sides and in the upper portion of the connector, including mechanical "spring fingers," which reliably prevent electromagnetic emission and reception. The jack's dimensions are 21.65 x 15.75 x 13.35 (L x W x H in mm), and the operating temperature range extends from 0 °C to +70 °C. In addition, customer-specific variations are available upon request.

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