Introduction: How to Populate Unpopulated Keystone Panels

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In this video discusses Unpopulated Keystone Panels and how to populate them with different connectors. Keystone Panels Unpopulated attach to a 19” wide data rack or hinged wall bracket. Keystone Panels can easily fit any standard jack into the unpopulated port including Cat5e, Cat6, Cat6a, Cat7, Coax, or Cat3 keystone jacks. Using different colored jacks that correspond with different locations can help in the ease of identifying different cable locations. Jacks can be moved or replaced simply by snapping them in or out of a port. This is a great option for a patch panel if locations of cable are changing often.

Products used in this video:

Unpopulated Keystone Panel, Black, (offered in 12, 16, 24, 32, and 48 ports)

Reference: 100683, 100684, 100685, 100686, 100687

Coaxial Female-to-Female feed thru Keystone Jack Reference: 100586

RJ45 Keystone Computer Jack Cat5e (Female End) Reference: 100356

RJ45 Keystone Computer Jack, Cat6 (Female End) Referece: 100361

RJ11 Keystone Telephone Jack Cat3 (Female End) Reference: 100401

Surface Mount Boxes for Keystone Jacks Reference: 100017

RJ45, Cat5E, Cat6, Computer Coupler Reference: 100410

Cat5E Non-Booted Patch Cords - Multiple colors and sizes to choose from

Cat6 Non-Booted Patch Cords - Multiple colors and sizes to choose from