Description
PowerMAX+™ Cat 6A Toolless Shielded Horizontal Keystone Jack

DINTEK PowerMax+™ CAT 6A Fully shielded toolless horizontal keystone jack offers superior alien crosstalk suppression, excellent insertion loss, and provides enhanced electromagnetic interference (EMI) protection by utilizing robust die cast  zinc alloy connector body housing. The shielded connector is dual color coded for either 568A or 568B wiring schedules.

Being specifically designed for high-speed data transmission, the DINTEK PowerMax+ CAT 6A Fully shielded toolless horizontal keystone jack is also backwards compatible with Shielded Cat 6 and Cat 5e systems.

Applications
  • 10GBASE-T Ethernet]
  • 100BASE-TX Fast Ethernet
  • 1000BASE-TX Gigabit Ethernet
  • 1000BASE-T Gigabit Ethernet
  • 10BASE-TX Ethernet
  • ATM CB1G
  • 155/622 Mbps ATM
  • 100 Mbps TP-PMD
  • 100VG-AnyLAN
  • 4/16 Mbps Token Ring
  • Voice
Features
  • Meet all requirements of ANSI/TIA-568-2.D for Cat.6A.
  • Draft ISO/IEC 11801 amendment 2,Category 6A
  • Draft ISO/IEC 60603-7
  • FTP 90° High density
  • Toolless, easy termination,no puch down tool needed.
  • Accept 22~24AWG, stranded or solid wire
  • Diecasting housing design.
  • Comply with FCC part 68 Subpart F and IEC 60603-7
  • Metalized cap design to reduce Alien cross talk
  • Wiring: T568A/B
Standards Conformance
  • UL, C(UL), ETL Verified
  • ISO/IEC11801 2nd edition
  • ANSI/TIA Standard 568-2.D
  • CENELEC EN 50173
Order Information
Product Number Product Name Orientation Colour Std Pkg Qty
1305-05004 PowerMAX+™ Cat 6A Toolless Shielded Horizontal Keystone Jack Horizontal Silver 1pcs/PE Bag
Technical Specifications
Construction
Body
Connector Housing High Impact Flame-Retardant Plastic
Standard UL94v-0 rated
Front Connection
Contact Type Spring Wire
Material Phosphor Bronze Alloy Plated with 50 micro-inch of Gold over 70~100 micro-inch of Nickel
Rear Terminals
Terminal Type IDC
Material Phosphor Bronze Alloy with 10 micro-inch 100% Sn Alloy
Physical Ranges
Temperature Range
Stroage -40 to +70℃
Operational -10 to +60℃
Relative humidity
Operational Max. non-condensing 93%
Relative humidity 50N (11 Ibf) for 60s ± 5s
Insertion/Extraction life 750 cycles minimum
Number of IDC terminations 200 minimum
Plug retention force Retention: 50N for 60sec.
Electrical
Insulation Resistance 500 mΩ min.@ 100V d.c
Dielectric Withstanding Voltage 1000 V d.c. or a.c. Peak Contact to Contact @ 60 Hz for 1 MIN.
Spring Wire Contact Resistance 20 mΩ Max.
Voltage/Current Rating 150VAC/1.5A
IDC Contact Resistance 2.5 mΩ Max.
Termination Demonstration

(1) Strip 40mm of sheath from cable using stripper then roll back the braid onto cable so it is out of the way.

(2) Separate the four pairs and remove the foil wrap from around each pair.

(3) Insert front wires under the cross piece with the rear wires sitting at the back.

(4) Press wires into the correct slots as per the color legend on the side of the cap.

(5) Cut wires level with the side of the wire holding cap.

(6) Turn over wire cap and place gently into the connector body until it seats in place.

(7) Apply a good amount of pressure on a hard surface in order to press the wires down through the IDC. When the latch clicks shut, the termination is complete.

(8) Move the shielded braid back (twisting at the same time) so that it all sits under the shielding tag at the back, then apply the supplied cable ties to secure it to the body.

(9) The finished connector should not show any wires at the back, the jacket should reach to the rear of the connector and the braid should be tidy underneath the shield tag.