Magnetic jack connectors integrate ten sensitive discrete components

2nd July 2015
Jordan Mulcare


Extending its family of connectors, EDAC now provides connectors for telcomms, networking and entertainment applications with the addition of a range of magnetic jack connectors that integrate up to ten of the most sensitive discrete components inside a shielded RJ45 housing.

Mainly targeting 10/100 Base T and 1000 Base T Gb Ethernet applications the three device families in EDAC's edacJAX range of modular and magnetic jack connectors offer single and stacked multiport options and LED indicators that provide visual indication of port status and system activity. USB or HDMI connections can be incorporated in the industry standard sized housing.

The edacJAX series A00 modular jack connectors offer outstanding performance in high-speed networking, voice and datacom applications. The devices are available ganged or stacked for multiport requirements and feature advanced EMI/RFI shielding within industry standard dimensions. A low-profile option is available. The devices can be fully or partially loaded are fully compliant with FCC Part 68, Subpart F requirements.

Combining the functionality of edacJAX series A00 devices with the signalling capabilities offered by integrated LED indicators, edacJAX series A20 modular connectors are available with a single LED with matching lens or as a bi-coloured variant that utilises a clear lens to enable the colour of the LED to be changed by simply reversing the voltage polarity.

Available in a choice of dual stack and multiport options edacJAX series A60 magnetic jack connectors target 10/100 Base T and 1000 BaseT Gb Ethernet applications and are available with or without POE/VOiP capability. Fully IEEE 802.3 compliant these devices feature spring-loaded 'fingers' to ensure maximum resistance to EMI and can be ordered in tab-up and tab-down configurations to maximise design convenience and compatibility with peripheral equipment.

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