RJ45S Jack

Now obsolete, RJ45S was an RJ standard for connecting a single data line, utilising a keyed 8P8C connector and a programming resistor.

RJ45 is often mistakenly used to refer to the 8P8C Ethernet connectors covered by the TIA-568-D.2 standard. Ethernet utilises un-keyed connectors and physically incompatible with RJ45C connectors, which are keyed.

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Created 2022-03-09 06:45 by Stephen B (Revised 2023-06-11 04:53)

Keywords: RJ45, RJ45 Connector, RJ45 Plug, RJ45S, RJ45S Connector, and RJ45S Plug

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