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Rj45 Modual 2 Cat5E


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Hi all its been a while but time is something I don't have much of lately.

 

Wiring network in my house 

 

I have setup cat5e from router to bed room and another to loft wich will have a splitter, Network switch I think they call them, which will service other room s at a later date.

 

now to save room in my grid plate can I wire both cat5e into one rj45 face plate, if not I can wire it into two but would be better for me if 2 into 1 would work

thanks

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kerching

You can fit 3 modules in a single plate. RW data system

Or almost everybody elses system will accept 2 modules

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got a double with 4 mods,

1coax

 1 hdmi

2 rj45

 

but if I can double up on the rj45 it would give me another space


click grid

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NozSpark

Fit a blank and pass the cables straight out with rj45 plugs on the ends?

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kerching

Ah, you did not mention the other stuff before.

Have a look at CPC I "think" they do,the stuff you are after...cannot remember the range though

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got some brushes to pass hdmi  out,  could extend the cat5 out straight into router through them, would give me a bit more space.

I guess two cat5 into one rj45 mod wont work.

 

thanks for help

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NozSpark

You can only have 1 thing plugged into any one cat5 line at a time,,, IYKWIM

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If you only plan a max speed of 100meg then technically you could with some trickery and a splitter for the other end.

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kerching

You can only have 1 thing plugged into any one cat5 line at a time,,, IYKWIM

You can actually have 2 devices connected and working at one time by using splitters ( called cable economisers by some folk)

This will,only work if the kit follows the standard configuration for ethernet over twisted pair ( i think it is 802.3.1....but it is a long time since I cared about standrds numbers enough to,remember them...FFS I Cannot remember what I Had for tea tonight!)

123&6 go to one device 457&8 to the other. Same at other end. Will not work for HDMI as it needs all 8

Just saying

ARSHE beaten by Barx

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its ok I have 2 cat5 cable and 2 mods I can use or I can bring cable out the brush, I am just trying to be greedy with what space I have.

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kerching

A bit of fecking about BUT i think this Leviton will do it

http://cpc.farnell.com/leviton-manufacturing/186-2p-w/keystone-carrier-dual-port/dp/AV18187

I think this is 1 module wide BUT you will need the keystone jacks to fit it

Only prob is NONE in stock

Just saying

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