Blank Patch Panels
Vertical Cable 24 Port Blank Patch Panel with Cable Manager
The Vertical Cable 043-382/24/1U 24 Port Blank Patch Panel comes with an add-on cable manager to provide that organized, professional look. It is constructed of high impact, fire retardant, heavy gauge steel with a powder coat finish for added durability. The universal mounting style allows for either left or right hinging and easy access to the panel.
Vertical Cable 48 Port Blank Patch Panel with Cable Manager
This 48 port blank patch panel from Vertical Cable accepts standard keystone jacks and inserts to provide custom configurations. It is constructed of heavy duty 16 gauge steel with flame retardant material and is built to last. The included cable manager snaps easily onto the back of the panel, offering integrated wire organization where desired.
- (1) 48 Port Blank Patch Panel with Cable Manager
- (48) Clear Nylon Cable Ties
- (4) Screws
Blank Patch Panel
The Patch Panel
The blank patch panel is a great tool for any networking scheme. Each blank patch panel comes installation-ready with cutouts that accept virtually all keystone jacks, making the panels great for ethernet, voice, audio/video, and/or other applications. Cable runs can be quickly and easily identified by the clear numbering on the front of the panel.
The blank patch panel we provide is designed to mount to any standard 19-inch Relay Rack, cabinet or wall bracket. The IT patch panel is a lightweight but durable solution to your cabling needs.
With individual ports on this rack panel, you can do just about anything your heart desires - so long as there is a keystone jack available for it. For a quick look at all Keystone Jacks offered by FireFold, Click Here.
Each port is numbered, allowing you to better plan out your keystones prior to putting them into place. Mapping them out and then snapping them in place will surely bring you plenty of satisfaction as you assure that everything is designed as you wish it to be.
Once you buy your keystones to fit the IT patch panel like you want - make sure to check out our cabling options. We’re your place to get everything you need for your networking or audio/video solutions.
Get your hands on one of these great IT patch panels today and start consolidating your cabling into a simple solution!
From $6.99 - $9.99
66 Punch Down Block
A 66 block is a punch down block containing rows of four IDC style clips. It is used for terminating 22-26 AWG solid copper cross-connect station wiring for many types of phone systems. Bridge clips are required to complete the circuit between the left and right side of the 66 block.
Vertical Cable 66 Punch Down Block with Bracket
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And that’s how the entire internet leads to cat pictures. “Telephone” was always an annoying game, and there’s no reason to hear it from a friend of a friend. Skip the middle man and avoid misunderstanding by investing in Vertical Cable's 043-400/66K. Although it is slowly being replaced by Cat5E and Cat6 networks, this gadget is used to separate and route the telephone lines as they come into a home or office. This particular product is a kit that comes with one telephone punch down block and one wall mounting bracket. Vertical Cable
s 66-blocks accommodate 25 pairs of 22 to 26 AWG solid copper wire with a solid construction we can stand behind. Both the block and the bracket come with our signature lifetime warranty, protecting you from any manufacturer misfortunes.
Installation is fairly simple and, if you’ve never used one before, wiring diagrams can be readily found on the internet. A punch down tool with a 66 blade is required for solidly securing the wires into their slots. FireFold sells a variety of impact and non-impact punch down tools. When using these tools, be sure to keep the blade level. Twisting it can bend the pins on the block. Specialty tools for pushing and maneuvering the wires can also be helpful but these are often unnecessary. Always mount the bracket to the wall first then pass the cables through, making sure you leave extra slack in case a termination needs to be redone or fixed later. Labeling the connections is optional, but it helps with any potential future troubleshooting.