If you are working with stranded wire cable, you need to use stranded wire plugs for reliable performance. That’s why Discount Low Voltage carries a big selection of Dynacom modular plugs for stranded wire and cable. Whether you are working on a residential, commercial or industrial project, we make it easy for you to install Ethernet and phone equipment. In addition to the Dynacom products in stock here, we also offer Signamax industrial-grade stranded wire plug assemblies for heavy-duty use.
Use our RJ45 modular plugs for Ethernet and phone applications. If you need to cut down on electrical interference, consider our shielded RJ45 stranded wire plugs. In addition, we carry Dynacom RJ11 plugs, which are popular for terminating telephone wires. We also have Dynacom 4P4C plugs, which are the industry standard for connecting the base of wired telephones to handsets.
For industrial environments where your installs require protection from moisture and other hazards, take a look at our field-installable Signamax Category 5 unscreened industrial plugs. The Signamax plugs are 100 percent factory tested and rated for at least 750 insertions.
Our products include:
• Dynacom RJ11 6P4C Modular Plug for Flat Satin – Bag of 100 – 400P-46
• Dynacom RJ11 6P6C Modular Plug for Flat Satin – Bag of 100 – 400P-66
• Dynacom RJ45 8P8C Modular Plug for Flat Satin – Bag of 100 – 400P-88
• RJ45 8P8C Shielded Modular Plug for Stranded Wire – Bag of 10
• RJ45 4P4C Plug for Handset Cord – Bag of 100 – 400P-44
• Signamax Category 5 Unscreened Field-Installable Industrial Plug
Most of these products are in stock, so normally we can ship them to you in one business day.
Many of these plugs come in 100-count or 10-count bags, which saves you money as well as the hassle of re-ordering. In addition, some of these items are eligible for quantity discounts if you buy a certain number of bags. These plugs are also eligible for our free shipping option, if your order qualifies.
Downloadable wiring guides available on the product pages will show you how these products can be used. The product pages also contain lists of compatible cable types.
Don’t forget to check out Mercy’s videos on these pages. He’ll explain the difference between stranded- and solid-wire plugs, and give you an inside look at each type. He also has made a useful how-to video on how to make Ethernet patch cables with these plugs. Make sure to browse our YouTube video channel for other informative videos.
If you have any questions, give us a call or shoot us an email. Our expert staff will provide quick, helpful answers.