This includes devices which hold networks together such as: keystones, wall plates, patch panels, punch down blocks and punch down tools.
Keystone modules or inserts, are rectangular 14.5 mm x 16.0 mm packages for low-voltage electrical, telecommunication, audio, video and optical connections. These plastic, standardized packages snap into wall plates, patch panels and surface-mount boxes for an easier installation.
Keystone Wall Plates
Keystone wall plates are made for mounting keystone inserts within single and dual-gang junction boxes. We sell ours in ivory and white colors.
These products are used to organize and connect lines of structured cabling systems in offices or industrial settings. Patch panels have between 12 and 96 ports with each port/jack mapped to a specific telecommunications line.
Patch panels come in 10, 19 and 23-inch widths. Wall mounts to attach a patch panel directly to a wall. For convenience, many direct mounts feature a hinge on one side for easy access to the panel's rear wiring without removing the whole system from the wall.
Keystone Patch Panels
People with more specific needs should use keystone module, patch panels instead. These offer from 16 to 48-blank ports, designed to each hold one keystone insert. Keystones can be mixed and matched to generate nearly any configuration from fiber optics to BNC connectors to CAT-type and everything in-between.