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ICC Keystone Blank Patch Panel - High-Density Style - 12 Port
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ICC Keystone Blank Patch Panel - High-Density Style - 12 Port

Includes an 89U bracket for easy wall mounting.

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ICC High density blank patch panels are designed with flush mount capability and provide double the capacity within the same space. Includes an 89U bracket for easy wall mounting. Designed to support the distribution of voice, data, audio, video, and fiber optic needs for commercial or residential applications.

Features

  • 12 Port
  • UL listed
  • Use only High Density Jacks
  • Includes 89U bracket to provide more room for cable management
  • Wall mounted reinforced steel panel with pre-numbered ports
  • Ideal for use in high density applications with more connectivity in less space
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Q: What are the benefits of using a patch panel?

A: Patch panels will allow testing, routing and maintenance of network/telecom cables connected to your network. With a patch panel this is quickly done just by making changes to cables on the patch panel itself. Patch panels also allow for easier cable management and identification of cable routing.

Q: What is a rack unit?

A: A rack unit, U or RU is a unit of measure that describes the height of equipment designed to mount in a rack. A rack unit is 1.75 inches. Typically one rack unit will take three vertical screw holes on each side of a standard rack.

Q: What’s the difference between High Density Jacks and Standard Jacks?

A: The difference between them is in physical profile; there is no difference in performance. High-density jacks have a slimmer rear profile, which allows more ports to be inserted into a single rack unit. When using a high-density patch panel or certain wall plates, you must use high-density jacks as well.

Q: What’s the difference between NetKey, Mini-Com and Keystone Jacks?

A: Mini-Com is proprietary to Panduit. The modules will only work in Panduit mini-com faceplates, patch panels and surface boxes. Panduit’s NetKey line has an "Industry Standard Keystone Footprint", which allow us to work in other manufacturer’s faceplates, patch panel and surface boxes.


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