Schneider Electric Actassi S-110 Connector RJ45 Keystone Unshielded Cat 6 White bag x 1 - VDIEB17266UWE

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Description of Schneider Electric Actassi S-110 Connector RJ45 Keystone Unshielded Cat 6 White bag x 1 - VDIEB17266UWE

Product Range: The network socket belongs to the "Actassi" product range, indicating that it is associated with a specific series or collection of networking products known as Actassi. Product Type: This device is categorized as an "RJ45 network socket," suggesting that it is designed for connecting Ethernet cables using the RJ45 connector standard. Device Presentation: The network socket has a "Two piece design," implying that it consists of two distinct parts or pieces that are assembled together during installation. Colour Tint:

Stuffer cap: The stuffer cap is "transparent (ABS + PC)," indicating that it is made of a transparent material that includes ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene) and PC (Polycarbonate). This cap likely covers and protects the socket's connection points.
IDC cover: The IDC (Insulation Displacement Connector) cover is "blue (ABS + PC)," suggesting it is made of blue-colored material that includes ABS and PC. IDC covers are often used to secure and protect wire connections.
Connector housing: The connector housing is "white (ABS + PC)," indicating that it is made of white-colored material that includes ABS and PC. The housing typically encloses the RJ45 socket and its internal components. Rated Current: The socket has a rated current of "1.5 A at 25 °C," specifying the maximum current it can handle safely at a temperature of 25 degrees Celsius. Voltage Proof: The socket is rated to withstand a voltage of "1000 V AC/DC peak" between contacts. This indicates its ability to handle electrical voltages without compromising safety or performance.