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Internet # 206428120

Model # 5016-WH

Store SKU # 1000015570

$9.98
  • Used to terminate CAT6 network cable
  • Easy snap-in installation to any housing or keystone wall plate
  • Punchdown tool included for wire termination
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About This Product

Commercial Electric's Category 6 jacks are used to terminate Category 6 23AWG network cable. Use these jacks for Ethernet, internet, phone, fax, and modem and computer networks. These keystone jacks snap into any housing or keystone wall plates.

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Product Information

Internet # 206428120

Model # 5016-WH

Store SKU # 1000015570

Specifications

Dimensions: H 5.91 in, W 7.36 in, D 12.64 in

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)12.64 inProduct Height (in.)5.91 in
Product Width (in.)7.36 in

Details

Color FamilyWhiteElectrical Product TypeSnap In Data / AV Jack
FeaturesGold platedJack TypeEthernet (CAT-6)
MaterialPlasticReturnable90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and ListingsUL CertifiedManufacturer Warranty10 years

Questions & Answers

5Questions
caret
Q:How many jacks come in a package?
by|Mar 29, 2023
1 Answer
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A:  Hi Woogie, there is one jack in SKU #1000015570.

by|Mar 30, 2023
    caret
    Q:Will this work for a CAT 6 cable that's 24AWG in thickness?
    by|May 21, 2021
    1 Answer
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    A:  Yes it will.

    by|Dec 28, 2021
      1 found this answer helpful
      caret
      Q:Can I put 6 jacks on the same wall plate? The Monoprice brand has a special note on their website stating that the width of the RJ45 keystones is such that two cannot be used side-by-side in the same wall plate. However, this one is a different shape and looks like it might fit but just making sure before I start running cables :)
      by|Apr 15, 2021
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      A:  Yes, I ran cat 5 cables to a common point and used a decora keystone plate and cover and then patch cords to connect these to my router. I did check the monoprice site and saw the note you referenced - very strange indeed.

      by|Feb 15, 2023
      1 found this answer helpful

      A:  6 Jacks on the same wall plate seems like it would work. I didn't put 6 on the same wall plate and there was plenty of room for 4 on one wall plate.

      by|Jul 14, 2022
      caret
      Q:Is there a boot type cover, or any cover for the cable in side of this jack to help keep dust and moisture out?
      by|Nov 14, 2018
      3 Answers
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      A:  No boot cover came with this product.

      by|Jul 21, 2020

        A:  there is a dust cover that comes with the port, but it would not do much for moisture. If you have that much moisture in your walls then you might have other issues to worry about.

        by|Jul 30, 2020

        A:  You are discussing where the cable comes into the back of the jack? To my knowledge, there are no dust covers for this type of jack. I'd recommend using a std electrical blue plastic box and sealing it with silicone caulk if there are dust and moisture issues. Then seal the box to the sheetrock , etc. You might also want to use those electrical box insulating foam pieces that go behind the cover plate to stop air movement. If you are in an industrial environment, you might want to check on industrial-level jacks.

        by|Nov 17, 2018
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        Customer Reviews

        4.4 out of 5
        • 4.4 out of 148 reviews
        • 82% recommend this product
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        Great for a home DYI project
        I used these as part of my DYI home networking project. They worked just fine with 23 AWG cat6 wire. The punch tool was east to use. All my worked the 1st time without problems
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          • Recommended
          It was very easy to push and trim the wire off. The dust cover ensures that the wires stay in pla...
          It was very easy to push and trim the wire off. The dust cover ensures that the wires stay in place. I took a picture of the color coded connectors, enlarge the image and labeled each with the actual color of my Cat 6 cable to ensure all connectors match. Thanks for making it so easy!
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          • Recommended
          Very simple to install, only tools needed were wire stripper and cutter.
          Very simple to install, only tools needed were wire stripper and cutter.
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          • Recommended
          2 found this review helpful
          use Diagram B for Home LAN
          Worked fine. Instruction says "Diagram A for residential" and "Diagram B for commercial". I have no idea what it means. I tried A and it failed the check but B worked fine for my home LAN.
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            3 found this review helpful
            Works great, before we just had the wires pass through...
            Works great, before we just had the wires pass through the floor, kids and pets would mess it up... now I have the cable and ethernet secured and out of the way
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            I really like these CAT6 connectors. I have all the colors. Several years ago I had the walls in my house open and ran CAT5e everywhere. Now I have a new garage/man cave going up and decided to run CAT6 for internet, TV, security cameras, controllers, etc. I also had to run an underground feed from the internet service/router in the house to the garage. Given I have a bunch of CAT jacks near my router in the house, having a jack in a different color lets me know immediately which one feeds the garage. Having a different color in the garage lets me quickly identify the incoming feed. So for example I can have cameras with blue jacks, the main feed in orange and normal internet connections in white. Colors are good! I find these jacks much improved over the older design. First the T568A/B wiring scheme is printed on the back of the jack which I find easier to read. Second the dust cover is designed so that the cable exits straight out from the back of the jack instead of the top or bottom. This means you don't have to untwist as much wire to complete your punch downs (better signal) and there is less strain on the jack/cable in the wall plate. The jacks come with their own punch down tool which is convenient - especially if your wife has a habit of putting away any tools you might leave lying around. One thing to bear in mind if that CAT6 uses a heavier gauge wire that CAT5, so be sure to use the jack that matches the cable.
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            • Recommended
            3 found this review helpful
            I really like these CAT6 connectors. I have all the colors. Several years ago I had the walls in my house open and ran CAT5e everywhere. Now I have a new garage/man cave going up and decided to run CAT6 for internet, TV, security cameras, controllers, etc. I also had to run an underground feed from the internet service/router in the house to the garage. Given I have a bunch of CAT jacks near my router in the house, having a jack in a different color lets me know immediately which one feeds the garage. Having a different color in the garage lets me quickly identify the incoming feed. So for example I can have cameras with blue jacks, the main feed in orange and normal internet connections in white. Colors are good! I find these jacks much improved over the older design. First the T568A/B wiring scheme is printed on the back of the jack which I find easier to read. Second the dust cover is designed so that the cable exits straight out from the back of the jack instead of the top or bottom. This means you don't have to untwist as much wire to complete your punch downs (better signal) and there is less strain on the jack/cable in the wall plate. The jacks come with their own punch down tool which is convenient - especially if your wife has a habit of putting away any tools you might leave lying around. One thing to bear in mind if that CAT6 uses a heavier gauge wire that CAT5, so be sure to use the jack that matches the cable.
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            • Recommended
            I really like these CAT6 connectors. I have all the colors. Several years ago I had the walls i...
            I really like these CAT6 connectors. I have all the colors. Several years ago I had the walls in my house open and ran CAT5e everywhere. Now I have a new garage/man cave going up and decided to run CAT6 for internet, TV, security cameras, controllers, etc. I also had to run an underground feed from the internet service/router in the house to the garage. Given I have a bunch of CAT jacks near my router in the house, having a jack in a different color lets me know immediately which one feeds the garage. Having a different color in the garage lets me quickly identify the incoming feed. So for example I can have cameras with blue jacks, the main feed in orange and normal internet connections in white. Colors are good! I find these jacks much improved over the older design. First the T568A/B wiring scheme is printed on the back of the jack which I find easier to read. Second the dust cover is designed so that the cable exits straight out from the back of the jack instead of the top or bottom. This means you don't have to untwist as much wire to complete your punch downs (better signal) and there is less strain on the jack/cable in the wall plate. The jacks come with their own punch down tool which is convenient - especially if your wife has a habit of putting away any tools you might leave lying around. One thing to bear in mind if that CAT6 uses a heavier gauge wire that CAT5, so be sure to use the jack that matches the cable.
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            • Recommended
            Easy to punch down CAT-6 RJ45 jack. Snaps easily into face plate or biscuit box. For someone with...
            Easy to punch down CAT-6 RJ45 jack. Snaps easily into face plate or biscuit box. For someone without tools, it comes with a plastic punch down tool. Color coded terminals for either T568A or T568B wiring schemes. Grey back cover snaps easily in place and secures the cable once dressed in place. Rated at up to 250-MHZ, CAT-6 standard. I had no trouble terminating the cable or snapping the jack into the keystone wall plate.
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            2 found this review helpful
            The Keystone CAT6 Jack appears to be well made. The package comes with a little Punch Down tool t...
            The Keystone CAT6 Jack appears to be well made. The package comes with a little Punch Down tool to press your wires into the jack’s connectors, a nice touch for a person who doesn’t have their own punch down tool and is doing a small amount of wiring. (Like maybe adding one wall jack) The Jack is a bit high priced, and if you are using 24AWG network cable, then this is NOT the Jack for you. The Home Depot web page does state that this is for 23AWG network cable. The instructions and packaging make no mention of this, but this Jack is designed for 23AWG cable only. Connecting this to 24AWG wire may result in connection failures. (23AWG wire is thicker than 24AWG wire). Know what gauge wire cable you are using before buying this Jack. You can see from the other reviews, that many have written reviews without knowing what gauge wire they are using. The printed instructions are confusing in that they show a wiring diagram for an “A” wiring connection. Most of the time for home computer networks you will use only the “B” wiring connection. The printed instructions refer to the “A” as Residential, and the “B” as Commercial. Because of the high price, confusing printed instructions, and 23AWG wire only, I cannot recommend this Jack for the novice DIY person who may not know what they are doing. This Jack is Made in China.
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