Panduit's new termination style now featured in different jack modules

Nov. 7, 2005 - Termination method is designed to optimize electrical performance by increasing conductor pair separation.

Nov 7th, 2005

The new termination style featured on PANDUIT Mini-Com TX6 10GIG Jack Modules is now available for the Mini-Com TX6 PLUS and TX5e Shielded and Unshielded Jack Modules.

With Enhanced GIGA-TX technology, the new termination method is designed to optimize electrical performance by increasing conductor pair separation and eliminating conductor untwist. The new wiring cap is designed to lower installation cost by providing superior conductor retention and highly repeatable, consistent terminations.

NEXT performance tested, Mini-Com TX6 10GIG, TX6 PLUS and TX5e Jack Modules are designed to deliver optimum reliability and performance. The Mini-Com TX6 10GIG Jack Module exceeds the requirements of the Augmented Category 6 and Class E Edition 2.1 standards and is ideal for challenging high-bandwidth applications. The Mini-Com TX6 PLUS Jack Module exceeds the component requirements of the Category 6 and Class E standards and is ideal for next generation applications where network up time is critical. The Mini-Com TX5e Jack Module exceeds the component requirements of the Category 5e and Class D standards and is suitable for office environments with voice/data transmissions.

Mini-Com TX6 10GIG, TX6 PLUS and TX5e Jack Modules snap in and out of Mini-Com modular faceplates, surface mount boxes and patch panels - flat and angled. Modularity delivers interchangeability with other connectors, including optical fiber connectors, allowing scalability to higher performance levels or other media. As part of the PANDUIT Copper Cabling Systems, design features provide rapid deployment, improved functionality and low total cost of ownership.

Panduit is based in Tinley Park, IL. For more information visit www.panduit.com.


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