fully equipped, this receptacle features a built-in receiver/transmitter filter (transformer module), two integrated light-emitting diodes (with yellow, green, and orange indication colors), and an additional Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) connection. That makes it possible to eliminate the need for a separate power supply cable and for a DC power supply jack on the board when used in applications for broadband data connections in 10/100-Base-T Ethernet networks, such as routers, POS systems, telephone systems, set-top boxes, and many similar devices.
Thanks to the modular design, users can now select individual configurations that meet specific needs in regard to the desired technical specifications and the mechanical layout:
• Alternative transformer solutions, for instance in regard to the inductance (standard: 350 µH), the transceiver's insertion attenuation (standard: maximum of –1.2 dB in the 1 MHz to 125 MHz range), the common-mode rejection (standard: –30 dB) or the crosstalk (standard: –35 dB at up to 100 MHz).
• Equipping with LEDs (in different counts, or in versions without any LEDs)
• Alternative LED indication colors
• Different wiring plans
• And many other features
For all models extensive shielding measures on the sides and in the upper portion of the connector – including the spring fingers – reliably prevent electromagnetic emission and reception. The dimensions of these female connectors are 21.65 x 15.85 x 13.60 (L x W x H in mm).
Key specifications at a glance:
PoE-capable THT RJ45 jack
Number of contacts
21.65 x 15.85 x 13.60 (LxWxH in mm)