This video gives a comparison between the standard and Pass Through ezi-Plug RJ45 fittings.
DINTEK RJ45 Pass Through ezi-Plug (available for DINTEK RJ45 Cat 5e, Cat 6 and Cat 6A Pass Through plugs). Its design allows the wires to pass through the connector to be pulled snugly into place so that the twists in each pair can be maintained closer to the contacts compared to conventional plugs. Minimising untwisted pairs equals better performance. The DINTEK Pass Through Crimp tool both crimps and trims the excess wires simultaneously which also speeds up the termination of the RJ45 plug.
An extension of this is the DINTEK ezi-Lock Solution (available for DINTEK RJ45 Cat 5e, Cat 6 and Cat 6A boots and plugs). It is designed to prevent accidental removal of a cable from a switch or patch panel, which in some cases such as important servers or internet connections could cause a network outage and business down-time. The DINTEK RJ45 ezi-Lock locking solution consists of the strain relief boot and individual locking pin, making the boots suitable for standard RJ45 plugs.
RJ45 Cat 6 ezi-Lock Solution
Product Code: 1601-00008
RJ45 Cat 6 Pass Through ezi-Plug Solid Core
Product Code: 1501-88060
DINTEK Pass Through ezi-Plug™ Crimp Tool
Product Code: 6102-01021
DINTEK Premium RJ45/RJ11 Crimp Tool
Product Code: 6102-01002
PowerMAX500 Cat 6 U/UTP 23AWG PVC Cable (305-metre/box)
Product Code: 1101-04441
The high quality and standard of DINTEK cabling products is exemplified in the PowerMAX500 Cat 6 U/UTP cable. This cable comes in a 305-metre box and is constructed using 23 AWG conductors. By keeping the conductor gauge size larger, there is less heat generation and less voltage drop over long distances, resulting in a better performing and safer cable run, particularly when new standard PoE++ high wattage (up to 100W) devices are deployed. PowerMAX500 Cat 6 U/UTP cable has been tested up to 500MHz, so it can be used for 10Gbit installations for cable runs up to 70 metres.
A video explaining the benefits of Cat 6 U/UTP PowerMAX500 High Performance Cabling and the new PoE++ standard can be viewed at: