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Subject: Re: Difference between RJ-11 and RJ-45?
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Date: Mon, 20 Jan 2003 13:52:26 -0000
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"g0mem" wrote in message
> "Ultimate Buu" wrote in message
> > I'm trying to replace RJ-11 connectors (AMP 555077-2) with RJ-45
> > On the AMP website, they only talk about 'modular connectors', though.
> > the website I found one that *may* be RJ-45 but I'm by no means sure:
> > 557314-1.
> > How can one tell which is which? What number of pads is ussual for
> RJ45s have 8 contacts and RJ11s have 4 contacts. And the RJ45 is
> wider than the RJ11
RJ11 is your typical US phone jack. RJ45 is normally seen on network cards,
ISDN connections, and anything else that uses CAT5 wiring.
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