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Platinum 100010C RJ-45 Transparent connecteur de fils - connecteurs de fils (Transparent)
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Description du produit
Diamètre du câble: 6,6 mm
Quantité par pack: 50
Technologie: Cat 6
diamètre de fil: 1 mm
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I've bought a pack of black box branded EZ connectors that weren't as friendly of a design for bigger CAT 6 cables, but gave me no crimping issues.
I started using these Platinum connectors on a job and started having issues and I couldn't figure out why until I noticed the pin issue you'll see in the pictures.
Now I'm using the Platinum crimper too, not some other brand of a knock off.
I've also tried another brand connector in my platinum crimpers and don't have that issue.
The WHOLE package is defective like this. I don't see any issue with my crimpers that could be causing this especially since they don't do it with other brands of jacks.
To make a long story short, it took me 4 hours to terminate (both ends) my first two runs. They seemed to work ok, and I figured it’d speed up as I got better. I spent the next 12 hours making cable after cable and NONE of them worked after that.
I did get faster, and I tried everything. I slid the conductors up as a whole, I inserted them one at a time with little pliers, I even tried to just run the green and orange wires into the plug since you don’t technically need the other ones.
Once you finally get the wires through, then you have to shove the plug all the way down to do the crimp. Depending on my far you have to slide the thing, it can be miserable. All of your wires have to be perfectly straight and crisscrossed as little as possible, or you end up with your plug stuck half-way down the distance. Don’t even try using pliers to shove it down – It’ll knock the golden crimp-teeth right out of the plug, never to be seen again. Once you finally get to the point where you can slide the thing, having your plug break is maddening.
Having the wires stick out the front of the plug is a nice-to-have, but it’s just not worth the frustration. Again, maybe my problems are a result of using 23 AWG Cat 6. If that’s what you have, don’t even bother. They sell Cat 6 plugs for 23 AWG elsewhere on Amazon. Go buy those.
I will say that their EZ Crimp tool is really nice.
To be clear, this happens when the connector is inserted all the way into the crimper. This is not a situation where the connector is being crushed.
I had high hopes for these connectors. But alas, they are inferior. I just hope that I can get a different brand connector that works with the Platinum 100054C crimper.
Getting the wires into the holes was very difficult to start but each connector got a bit easier until now it is much easier but these connectors are still, for me, more difficult than regular RJ-45 - but.. and this is a big but.. Since the wires protrude out the end you can be absolutely sure they're right the first time and you can pull them far enough into the connector before crimping to be sure the untwisted portion meets so, with the combination of being certain of the wire arrangement along with the untwisted length, you can get 100% reliability in your connectors. I've cleaned up a lot of issues in my home network by using these.
Update December 7, 2015. After doing another 50 of these connectors, I have to change my rating to 3 stars. Getting the wires into the holes is still a pain. Someone pointed out that you can put them in one at a time and that is certainly reliable but every once in a while one still goes in the wrong hole and you have to pull it out and do it over again. All said, it takes about 2 to 3 minutes more time to do one of these connectors along with a more expensive stripping tool (make it 5 or 6 minutes if you don't buy the crimping tool). In that same 2 or three minutes, I can do about 3 standard connectors and, like I said before, I don't remember the last time I had a standard connector not work because of crossed wires or anything else.
If you're unsure of yourself, buying this system may make sense. If you're going to do, or have done, hundreds of RJ-45 connectors then you really don't need this; you'll get proficient enough with standard connectors and save a lot of time by doing so.