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RJ45 CAT7 Connector VCELINK

$12.99 ~ $454.99


  • Housing Material: Polycarbonate, UL94V-0
  • Blade Material: 50u" Gold-plating + Copper Alloy
  • Insulation resistance: 500 MΩ
  • 10/30/50/100/500 Pieces x RJ45 CAT7 Connectors
  • 12-Month Warranty
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RJ45 CAT7 Connector VCELINK
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RJ45 CAT7 Connector VCELINK

VCELINK shielded connector provides a stable, smooth, and fast network speed for CAT7/CAT6A data network transmission. One-step termination process provides superior shielding and mitigates alien crosstalk. Its secure termination for shielded or outdoor-rated cable with an IP camera or security camera installation.

Shielding Performance 

-RJ45 connector ends with nickel-plated shield structure provide perfect protection from interference.

-Metal housing and gold-plated contacts to suppress alien crosstalk and provide a secure connection

-50μ gold-plated contacts provide faster speed with less interference.

CAT7 Performance 

-CAT 7 RJ45 connector meets CAT7 performance requirements up to 10 Gigabit Ethernet channel compliant network, backward compatible with CAT6A cable

-Suitable for 23 AWG stranded and solid wire.

-Wire OD from Ø1.35 ~ Ø1.45

High-quality Structure 

-Pure copper core nickel plated and then gold plated, the gold plated part is 50μ gold plated, anti-oxidation, plugging resistance, faster and more stable signal transmission

-The 3-prong inserts of the gold-plated straight-through connectors ensure a tighter bond between the contacts and the cores than the 2-prong inserts, which provides a stable transmission rate

-High-quality and tough polycarbonate shrapnel can be folded over 180° several times.

-Dovetail design secures the cable and provides better grounding

-Double-row Load bar design with two rows of wire cores for easy wiring.

Compatible with RJ45 Ethernet Crimper.

Learn more from RJ45 Connector 101: Everything You Want to Know & T568A vs T568B: Which One Should I Choose?





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