Ethernet Network Keystone Patch Panels
You can secure your local area network connection by opting for a reliable Ethernet network keystone patch panel. Patch panels are an equally important cable accessory as some other accessories are. For instance, you want to connect a bunch of network cables with the same local area network. Patch panels are going to help you a lot. As the name suggests, they help in connecting various cables within the same network systems. A typical patch panel has various numbers of ports (usually, 12, 24, or 48) at its pack. Basically, these are the ports where the cables have to be connected. So, by attaching several cables at its back, you can form a high-performance network system. Therefore, these patch panels have become a (common) cable accessory. Furthermore, these patch panels also have to go through vigorous testing in order to perform at their best. Buy UTP/STP cat 5e, cat6, cat7, and cat6a, / Ethernet network keystone patch panels from Monk Cables, you will get TIA/EIA verified patch panels.
Moreover, these patch panels are also RoHS compliant. The patch panel is one of the commonly used network cable accessories. Almost all data centers and other such network infrastructures have patch panels installed at their network systems. Now, ethernet patch panels offer (flexibility) and ease of use for a variety of networking professionals. For example, you can go with RJ45 (Ethernet) patch panels. Further, they are classified on the basis of the (Ethernet) cables they are compatible with. For instance, for UTP (Unshielded Twisted Pairs), you can buy a patch panel that is compatible with all categories of ethernet cables that have UTP pairs formations. Similarly, for (FTP) Foiled Twisted Pairs, you can get FTP-compatible patch panels. Similarly, all Ethernet Network Keystone patch panels have support for both wiring codes. For example, they have support for T-568A and T-568 B wiring codes. Therefore, you can install various types of ethernet cables in multiple ways.