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Should We Choose Punch Down or Feedthrough Patch Panel?

RJ45 patch panels provide a useful solution for cable management in data centers and other high-density environments. In the market, two types are offered like punch down and feedthrough patch panel. But consumers often find it’s difficult to make a decision on which one is better. This article is going to help your dilemma. Punch Down Patch Panel Punch down types are available in Cat5e or Cat6 patch panel. On the front plate, RJ45 ports (usually 24 ports) are used to directly connect Ethern
Posted on March 1, 2017 By FS.COM
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Test Copper Cables With Wire Mapping Tester

How to Use Wire Mapping Tester for Copper Cable Testing Many copper cables installed today are twisted-pair cables. The number of individual wire connections involved makes the installation and testing process more complicated than for other cable, especially in light of the various standards available for the connector pinouts. This tutorial will focus on the wire mapping tests for copper cables. What Is Wire Mapping Test? Wire mapping is the most basic an
Posted on January 3, 2017 By FS.COM
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Punch Down Tools for Network Cabling

A punch down tool, also referred to as krone tool, is a small but primary tool for network technicians to install wiring for telephone, computer and various audio networks. It is widely used to terminate the Ethernet cables by inserting the cables wires into the insulation-displacement connectors (IDC) on the punch down blocks, patch panels, keystone modules, and surface mount of boxes. It works by inserting the wire for a corrosion resistant termination and then trims off excess wire, which ens
Posted on July 12, 2013 By FS.COM