Leviton introduces new QuickPort Connector

July 5, 2002
July 5, 2002 -- RCA connector is compatible with UTP wiring

Leviton Voice & Data Division has introduced the new RCA 110-Type QuickPort Connector.

The RCA connector is compatible with unshielded twisted pair (UTP) wiring.

This field-configurable connector is designed to transmit audio and video signals over standard Category 5, 5e or 6 UTP cabling. The 110-style punchdowns on the rear of the connector are designed to provide simple, fast installation.

Designed for UTP wiring, the connector provides an option in environments that have frequent moves, adds, and changes, or where wire medium choices are limited.

The RCA 110-Type Connector can be snapped into any QuickPort wallplate, surface mount box or Multimedia Outlet System (MOS) wallplate. Leviton offers a selection of QuickPort connectors, including optical fiber or copper solutions to support voice, data, audio and video applications.

The RCA 110-Type with IDC punchdown is well-suited to classroom environments where accessible audio and video connections for wall or ceiling mounted video display devices are needed. Often in classroom settings, the only wiring available for the educator's use is UTP. The RCA 110-Type QuickPort Connector provides an option to use this wiring where higher quality (but higher cost) shielded wiring is not available. These connectors support various audio/video devices such as VHS, DVD, LaserDisk, camcorders, and more.

Leviton is based in Bothell, Wash. For more information, visit

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