The Dynacom modular plugs for solid wire and cable available from Discount Low Voltage make it easy to terminate your own custom Cat5e cables. Remember: You must use solid wire plugs for solid wires and stranded wire plugs for stranded wires. If you use one type of plug with the other type of wire, it may work temporarily, but long-term, it could run into problems.
We offer RJ45 modular plugs as well as RJ11 plugs, a physical interface for terminating telephone wires. These RJ11 plugs are for registered jacks, which are very popular and used around the globe for single-line POTS telephone jacks in homes.
Terminate your own custom Cat5e cables with our RJ45 modular plugs. Simply cut and strip your cable and insert each of the eight wires into the eight small holes in the plug, making sure the right color goes into each slot. These RJ45 modular plugs are compatible with many types of wiring. See the product pages for a full list of compatible wires. We also offer shielded RJ45 modular plugs to keep out as much electrical interference as possible.
Our products include:
• Dynacom RJ11 6P4C Modular Plug for Solid Conductor Wire – Bag of 100
• Dynacom RJ11 6P6C Modular Plug for Solid Conductor Wire – Bag of 100
• Dynacom RJ45 8P8C Shielded Modular Plug for Solid Cable – Bag of 10
Most of these items are in stock, so normally we can ship them to you in one business day.
Dynacom places an emphasis on producing great products at reasonable prices, so you will enjoy great value with any of these Dynacom plugs. In addition, we stand behind these products with our guarantee of your complete satisfaction. Some of these solid-cable modular plugs are available with bulk discounts, meaning you can save even more when you buy in bulk.
We usually have these products ready to go in our warehouse, which means we can normally ship them within one business day of your order.
Check out Mercy’s videos for step-by-step instructions on how to terminate your own custom Cat5e cables. Mercy also will explain the difference between solid and stranded cables and plugs, and why that difference is important. Make sure to take a look at our YouTube videos and our DLV blog for more info.
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