Have you been trying to connect your computer to a network, guess what? Cat6 pass through connector has you covered.
Cat6 cables are used to connect computers in a network, it has a 250MHz bandwidth capacity and offers a speed of 10Gbps. A cat6 cables are used in computer networks reaching GB, 1000Mbps of data transfer speed or even higher.
How to crimp RJ45 cat6 pass through connector？How to make a cat6 connection?This is a question that many DIYers are curious about. It is also the most basic job for professionals, such as engineers and electricians.
This article will teach you how to crimp RJ45 CAT6 pass through connector.
Cut the center spline of the Network cable.
Separate the tangled wires and straighten the wires with the cut cables sheath.
Separate the wires and make them straight
Cut the wires horizontally.
Assemble your RJ45 passthrough connector.
Double check make sure your wires are in their correct order following the T568B standard
Put the cat 6 plugs into the VCELINK cat 6 crimping tool.
Powerful compression VCELINK crimping tool to crimp RJ45 connectors.
Insure that the wires are pushed to the end of the cat6 connector holes.
Insert your cable cap into the RJ45 cat6 passthrough connector.
These are the steps on how to crimp RJ45 pass through connectors! Hope it can help you!
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