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Model # 5025-BL

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Category 5e Jack - Blue

  • Used to terminate category 5e network cable
  • Easy snap-in installation to any housing or keystone wall plate
  • Punchdown tool included for wire termination
$ 3 27
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Product Overview

  • Used to terminate category 5e network cable
  • Easy snap-in installation to any housing or keystone wall plate
  • Punchdown tool included for wire termination
Commercial Electric’s Category 5e Jacks are used to terminate Category 5e network cable. Use these jacks for Ethernet, internet, phone, fax, modem and computer networks. These keystone jacks snap into any housing or keystone wall plates.
  • Meets TIA category 5e standards for high-performance data transmission up to 100 MHz
  • Snaps into most housings or keystone wall plates
  • Blue finish
  • Product includes a plastic 110 punch-down tool that helps make your installation easier and offers better connectivity between the cable and the jack
  • Click here for more information on Electronic Recycling Programs

Product Overview

  • Used to terminate category 5e network cable
  • Easy snap-in installation to any housing or keystone wall plate
  • Punchdown tool included for wire termination
Model #: 5025-BL
Sku #: 1000023137
Internet #: 206427946

Commercial Electric’s Category 5e Jacks are used to terminate Category 5e network cable. Use these jacks for Ethernet, internet, phone, fax, modem and computer networks. These keystone jacks snap into any housing or keystone wall plates.

  • Meets TIA category 5e standards for high-performance data transmission up to 100 MHz
  • Snaps into most housings or keystone wall plates
  • Blue finish
  • Product includes a plastic 110 punch-down tool that helps make your installation easier and offers better connectivity between the cable and the jack
  • Click here for more information on Electronic Recycling Programs

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Key Features

Product Overview
Key Features
  • Used to terminate category 5e network cable
  • Easy snap-in installation to any housing or keystone wall plate
  • Punchdown tool included for wire termination
Commercial Electric’s Category 5e Jacks are used to terminate Category 5e network cable. Use these jacks for Ethernet, internet, phone, fax, modem and computer networks. These keystone jacks snap into any housing or keystone wall plates.
  • Meets TIA category 5e standards for high-performance data transmission up to 100 MHz
  • Snaps into most housings or keystone wall plates
  • Blue finish
  • Product includes a plastic 110 punch-down tool that helps make your installation easier and offers better connectivity between the cable and the jack
  • Click here for more information on Electronic Recycling Programs

Product Overview

  • Used to terminate category 5e network cable
  • Easy snap-in installation to any housing or keystone wall plate
  • Punchdown tool included for wire termination
Model #: 5025-BL
Sku #: 1000023137
Internet #: 206427946

Commercial Electric’s Category 5e Jacks are used to terminate Category 5e network cable. Use these jacks for Ethernet, internet, phone, fax, modem and computer networks. These keystone jacks snap into any housing or keystone wall plates.

  • Meets TIA category 5e standards for high-performance data transmission up to 100 MHz
  • Snaps into most housings or keystone wall plates
  • Blue finish
  • Product includes a plastic 110 punch-down tool that helps make your installation easier and offers better connectivity between the cable and the jack
  • Click here for more information on Electronic Recycling Programs

Info & Guides

You will need Adobe® Acrobat® Reader to view PDF documents. Download a free copy from the Adobe Web site.

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
0.75
Product Height (in.)
5.50
Product Width (in.)
3.56

Details

Color Family
Blue
Electrical Product Type
Snap In Data / AV Jack
Features
Gold plated
Jack Type
Ethernet (CAT-5)
Material
Plastic
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
10 years for passive components and active components for 2 years from date of purchase

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
0.75
Product Height (in.)
5.50
Product Width (in.)
3.56

Details

Color Family
Blue
Electrical Product Type
Snap In Data / AV Jack
Features
Gold plated
Jack Type
Ethernet (CAT-5)
Material
Plastic
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
10 years for passive components and active components for 2 years from date of purchase

Questions & Answers

I was thinking about running security cameras through this and was curious if it can pass POE wit...

I was thinking about running security cameras through this and was curious if it can pass POE without any problems. I am using a junction box but was curious if there was concern this couldnt handle constant POE through it.
Asked by: Shaun
Yes - absolutely.
Answered by: Jack
Date published: 2018-07-17

Can I put to 2 sets of wires in these connections to feed another jack?

Can I put to 2 sets of wires in these connections to feed another jack?
Asked by: Krumville
Sorry, but this fairly simple question is going to require a more complicated answer. Let's first call that technique by it's industry standard name. What you are referring to is called "Daisy-Chaining." If you are using these jacks for anything analog (like an old fashion single telephone line a.k.a., a Land Line), then the answer is "Yes - you can daisy-chain." But if you are using a digital signal of any sort (like Digital Phones or Ethernet), then the answer is "No." No, because digital technologies require that each device be interdependently connected to some sort of hub (like a PBX, a Data Switch or a Router). Keep in mind that the Internet uses Ethernet to transmit the signal. Having said all that, let's assume that you are referring to an analog signal and that your question is really down to a physical one. i.e., "Can the wires that connect to this jack be 'looped' so as to continue on to the next jack?" The answer to that question is "Yes." If you are using a common type of punch-down tool, most tools allow you to flip the blade around (end-for-end) so that the cut-off end is not in play. The opposite side is for looping and does no have a cut-off edge. Hope this helps. BTW: When RJ45 jacks first appeared on the market for use on those old Merlin phone systems and for Ethernet, electricians would routinely wire them in a daisy-chain fashion only to find that everything had to be ripped out and rewired. This was a very frequent occurrence during the late 80's through the early 90's. Fortunes were literally made and lost over this single issue - made by a new breed of cabling contractors and lost by inexperienced electricians. So, it's good that you asked.
Answered by: Jack
Date published: 2019-02-28

How do I remove the dust cover if I want to redo the jack wiring?

How do I remove the dust cover if I want to redo the jack wiring?
Asked by: saiyr
Not to worry - it pops right off.
Answered by: Jack
Date published: 2019-02-28

How to wire for voice use

I'mi know they can be used for voice service, but how would I wire it for that service. I just want to tap into my existing voice lines to get my VoIP into the loop wwhwhere there isn't a jack.
Asked by: EUGENE
Best thing to do is to check the manufacturers recommendations. VOIP uses standard networking to communicate, Therefor use t568 a or b as long as they are terminated the same on both ends. If a poe switch or injector is used to power the phones on your network Follow the Manufacturer's recommendation EXACTLY. If you don't have this and the phones are all powered by adapters then a or b can be used if they are the SAME on both ends
Answered by: Rock
Date published: 2019-04-10
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