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RJ11 Connector

RJ11 Connector

RJ11 Connector

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I am looking for the name of this particular RJ11 connector and where I may purchase a bag from? I have tried searching for this under different names and descriptions, even went to Fluke but no help. This type looks much more durable the the standard RJ-11 and I think I want to replace all my toners and test equipment with these. Thanks in advance.

Jim

RE: RJ11 Connector

I terminated mine in a standard 8-conductor plug, plugged into an 8-conductor coupler, but snipped the tab so it won't come out without using a spudger to reach in and disengage. THEN, use a double ended modular cord with the K style plugs on each end. Adds just a little bit of bulk to the lead, but you can pop out the short cord and plug in a line cord that is coming from a jack that can't be reached.

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