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1X2 Port Rj45 Jack Connector 8P8C Integrated Magnetic Modular Magjack
RJ45 is a kind of connector for information socket (i.e. communication outlet) in wiring system. The connector is composed of plug (connector, crystal head) and socket (module). The plug has 8 grooves and 8 contacts. RJ is the abbreviation of registered jack, which means "registered socket". In FCC (Federal Communications Commission standards and regulations), RJ is the interface describing public telecommunications network, and RJ45 of computer network is the common name of standard 8-bit modular interface.
RJ45 plug is divided into two types: unshielded and shielded. The periphery of shielded RJ45 plug is covered with shielding cladding, and its shape is no different from that of unshielded plug. There is also an industrial shielded RJ45 plug specially designed for the factory environment, which is used in combination with the shielding module. RJ45 plug often uses an anti-skid plug sheath, which is used to protect the plug, prevent sliding and facilitate plugging. In addition, it has various color options, and can provide the same color as the embedded icon to facilitate correct connection
RJ45 is different from RJ11
Different standards, different sizes. Due to the different sizes (RJ11 is 4 or 6 pin, RJ45 is 8 pin connection device), it is obvious that an RJ45 plug cannot be inserted into an RJ11 jack. The reverse is physically possible (the RJ11 plug is smaller than the RJ45 jack), giving the illusion that the two should or could work together. Actually, it's not. It is strongly recommended not to use RJ11 plugs for RJ45 jacks.
Because RJ11 is not internationally standardized, its dimensions, insertion force, insertion Angle, and so on are not consistent with international standard plug-in design requirements, and therefore interoperability cannot be guaranteed. They even cause damage to both. Since the RJ11 plug is smaller than the RJ45 jack, the plastic parts on either side of the plug will damage the metal pins of the inserted jack.