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A keystone jack is an integral part of a local area network (LAN), whether it be for a business or for your home. Suppose you are running a new wire to connect your internet modem from your basement to a room in your house, you need a keystone jack in that room to plug the wire in that will connect to your computer!
You strip the jacket, and punch down the individual wires into the back of the jack, and put it in the wallplate that goes in the wall. This is the most reliable connection you can get. You can separate each room by using a different color jack.
These are 8P8C- used with most RJ45 modular connectors for the best connection available.
50 micron gold connectors ensure smooth data transmission.
Rated upto 350 mhz category 5e.
Works with most 110 punch down tools