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NEW PRODUCTS – DIN Rail RJ-45 to Terminal Block Adapters – Right Angle + Vertical Jacks

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NEW PRODUCTS – DIN Rail RJ-45 to Terminal Block Adapters – Right Angle + Vertical Jacks


This one going out to all the makers and designers who use DIN railing in their builds. These adapter plates were recommended by a customer. It’s perfect for simplifying complex wiring. You connect an RJ-45 cable (a.k.a Ethernet) to this very PCB which can be DIN rail-mounted. Then, all 8 wires are broken out into terminal blocks, so you can connect and power your sensors, displays, microcontrollers, etc.

We have the DIN Rail RJ-45 to Terminal Block Adapter that comes with a Vertical (Straight) RJ45 Ethernet jack on one end and terminal blocks on the other, and we also have a DIN Rail RJ-45 to Terminal Block Adapter – Right Angle.

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No soldering required! Just unscrew the terminal blocks and slide in your stranded or solid-core wire.

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Note that these aren’t recommended for actual Ethernet traffic, especially long term…given that the twisted pairs are decidedly untwisted when they are on the PCB but for basic power/data distribution, RJ-45’s are great!

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In stock and shipping now! DIN Rail RJ-45 to Terminal Block Adapters – Vertical Jack + Right Angle


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