Model # 5015-WH

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CE TECH Category 5e Jack, White

Discontinued CE TECH

Category 5e Jack, White

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CE TECH Category 5e Jacks feature color-coded wiring labels for T568A and T568B. These Jacks are UL listed and meet FCC Part 68. CE TECH Category 5e Jacks are designed to fit any standard keystone wall plate.

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Category 5e Jack, White is rated 2.8 out of 5 by 16.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Useless. They do not pierce the wire insulation. These are a horrible design and do not pierce the wire insulation, thereby providing connection on a random number of pins, changing each time you redo the connection. I am a long-time technician/electrician and know how to do a punch-down with the proper tools. You would need to strip each wire before using this connector, which is ridiculous. Even then, the holding strength is highly questionable if it wouldn't even cut into the insulation to begin with. Avoid these at all costs, just like the other reviews state.
Date published: 2012-06-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from 3 for 3 so far I don't know what the bad reviewers are doing, but I've used three of these, and all three worked just fine. I push the insulated wires into the slots with my thumbnail, and press the top piece on tightly, then trim the wires. Haven't had a problem yet. I always use the "B" wiring scheme, it seems to be standard more or less.
Date published: 2013-09-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Does not make a good connection This is a bad product. The problem seems to be with the wires making contact with the plug. They don't connect well. Perhaps, they left off the gold. Maybe that's why these are so cheap. I think the punch-down part works OK -- it is the connector portion that is bad. This results in intermittent failures, which are VERY hard to debug. I cannot recommend this product because of that, you will go crazy debugging the intermittent problems. Additionally, there isn't enough plastic to fit into a standard wall plate hole. It is easy to "push through." See other reviews for the 10pack of the same product under Model # 5015-WH-10. Many more reviews there with additional information (very few positive reviews too).
Date published: 2012-05-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Will not make a connection I bought these to network a few rooms in the house. After numerous hours of troubleshooting why nothing would communicate it turns out these wall jacks were the culprit. The low price suckered me in only to cost me valuable time and effort to determine these are poor quality. Avoid these jacks.
Date published: 2012-12-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worked for me These worked well, with a good connection for me and probably will for you IF YOU: 1. Use a UTP (Unshielded Twisted Pair) strip/punchdown tool. Cost me just over five at an electronics store here (invest more if you're a professional). The punchdown pushes the wires on both sides of the individual guillotines simultaneously; 2. Strip ONLY the outer insulation and NOT the smaller wires inside it (the guillotines cut through their insulation); 3. Make sure you punch down the smaller wires into the right spot THE FIRST TIME; you may not get a good, tight connection trying to use a guillotine a second time; and 4. Cut off the excess wire close to and after you install the dust cap without pulling on the wires while you snip.
Date published: 2012-03-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This product makes a horrible connection I bought these to wire up my house and had always used brand name before. I tried 4 sets before installing into the wall, and every single one had connection problems. The included cap does not press down the wires. I used a screw driver and could not complete the circuit. I will be returning immediately and buying leviton.
Date published: 2012-01-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Product fails to perform. The motion is smooth and the wires are tight, but there are limited physical connections between the wires and the blades. Trouble-shooting a networking jack is very difficult and its best to just use a new one. These jacks seem well-made but the block doesn't bite into the insulation. Pre-stripping doesn't work because the wires will disconnect under the slightest pressure and may cause intermittent problems. These jacks were half the price of the popular brand yet worked 0% of the time after 1 hour of labor. I returned them, bought Leviton brand and had those working in less than 2 minutes each. In this case, you definitely get what you pay for.
Date published: 2013-04-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worthless Had to run a short data drop, and used these jacks on both ends with surface mount boxes. Number one, jacks do not snap in securely to one side of box, due to poor placement of screw holes for mounting. But worse is the fact that I punched down both sides of circuit, put patch cords on both ends and tested, nothing!! no continuity at all. Chopped off one end and was able to get one pair to show. Ended up chopping off both ends and just using plug ends. Waste off time and money.
Date published: 2013-11-18
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