Wholesale RJ45 Cat6 Connector VCELINK



  • Polycarbonate Housing, UL94V-0
  • Copper Nickel Alloy Shell
  • 50u" Gold-plated Balde
  • 1 Gbps Transmission Spees
  • Wholesale Purchase Price
  • 12-Month Warranty & Lifetime Product Support
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Wholesale RJ45 Cat6 Connector VCELINK

VCELINK 500/1000/1500/2000 pieces bulk Cat6 connectors are pass-through shielded connectors. The OD of the individual cable cores must be between 0.93 and 1.04 mm when used with the Cat6 connectors. Its metal housing is shielded to reduce signal reduction. VCELINK wholesale Shielded RJ45 Connectors support customization in various colors, logos, or styles.

If you need more, or need to customize, email us or contact us to inquire about a wholesale price.

Pass-through Design

No more load bars means less waste and frustration. The ability to see the conductor across the front of the plug allows you to re-check the correct TIA 568A or 568B wire sequence, thus minimizing bad terminations.

Metal Housing, Shielded Performance 

-RJ 45 connectors 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;

-RJ45 connector gold-plated contacts provide faster speed with less interference;

-Shielding your network prevents signal loss and electromagnetic EMI/RFI interference and maintains a proper ground connection.


-Compatible with 23AWG stranded or solid conductors;

-Terminate with VCELNK RJ45 Crimper.

Recommend use with RJ45 Boots.

Learn more from RJ45 Connector 101: Everything You Want to KnowT568A vs T568B: Which One Should I Choose?





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