Cat5e RJ45 Economiser \ Splitter

Part: I702040

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Two network connections down one UTP cable. Send two signals down redundant pairs in a standard ethernet network.

Requires two RJ45 Data Sources. A standard set up would see two RJ45 patch cables coming from the switch or router and plugging into an economiser. The economiser then plugs into to a single port on a patch panel. Now you have two data connections into one socket on the patch panel. At the client end another is used in the wall socket to split that socket into two. You now have two RJ45 outlets coming out of one outlet and have not had install a cable between the wall outlet and patch panel.

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In a standard structured cabling environment using 4 pair cable 2 pairs are actually redundant. An economiser enables the use of the redundant pairs by allowing for the transmission of 2x seperate data connections down one cable. It is a quick fix for offices that need an additional network point quickly and without the need to run a new cable from the outlet on the wall back to the patch panel in the cab.  They must be used in pairs, usually one plugged in to a patch panel and another at the wall outlet. This allows for two data sources to be plugged in to one patch panel socket and separated into two sockets at the outlet.
 

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