Modular Connector

A modular connector is a type of push-and-click connector, commonly used for twisted-pair wiring in telephone and network wiring.It was originally developed and used by the Bell System in the United States and made standard in many countries.

There are three common sizes in common use: 4-pole, 6-pole and 8-pole, further distinguished by the number of contacts employed.


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Created 2022-02-09 01:57 by Stephen B (Revised 2023-03-09 11:43)

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