Quad Port RJ45 CAT-5E Faceplate Module Kit (Requires backbox - LN 27413 - for wallmounting*)

Quad Port RJ45 CAT-5E Faceplate Module Kit (Requires backbox - LN 27413 - for wallmounting*)

Scan code: LN27412 Manufacturer code: ut-8704 Request call
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Product Overview The NEWLINK UT-8704 is used when installing Cat5e network in your home or office.

*Requires backbox LN 30041 for wall mounting. Sold Separately Features • Quad removable CAT 5E module.
• A, B Wiring diagram.
• Spring shutter.

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Questions & Answers

Hi can you confirm whether this item comes with 4 cat5e terminals that clip behind the shutter please? thanks

Asked by: Jukeboxjimi
I have been to check stock, and these do indeed have cat5e terminals on the back of the ports.
Answered by: Johny
Date published: 2016-08-09
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