|Product Dimensions||1.2 x 23.4 x 15.8 cm; 45 Grams|
|Item model number||2724571573524|
|Are Batteries Included||No|
|Item Weight||45 g|
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- 100 pcs Rj45 plugs for unshielded twisted pair solid or stranded cable, supports 24 to 26 AWG round or flat network cable
- Gold-plated contacts provides reliable performance for a Gigabit Ethernet rated network
- Save money by using these connectors to create your own patch cables
- ROHS compliant, and the color is Transparent, allow indicator light penetration better
- Easy for Carry, Gold plated connectors resist corrosion, improve the signal performance
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I went to Home Depot and bought some other RJ45 connectors to test whether the issue was these or my crimper. No, the ones I bought at HD worked just fine, no problems at all....
So now I get spend another couple of hours re-crimping network cables I thought I'd already taken of.... such fun....
I figured maybe other buyers were just doing something incorrect. I have experience terminating my own cables and knew I would have better results. I was wrong and now regret this purchase.
After terminating a couple ends I had trouble getting them to reliably latch in various ports on various devices. Getting these ended up costing me more time and money. I purchased the Ideal branded ends and after terminating my first cable the ends clicked in to any port with no problem. I then compared these single piece ends to the Ideal ends side-by-side and realized the latches on these were noticeably thinner and didn't stick out as far. So as for the ends with no hood, I would say avoid them and move on.
Unfortunately I'm outside the return window otherwise I'd try to return them.
Everything I wanted in cable ends:
-didn't have the annoying 2-part system where you guide the wires in (which actually makes it more difficult)
-didn't let the wires go all the way through the front so you have extra wire to cut and exposed conductive pieces
-DID satisfyingly click into place and stay when plugged in
-DID have a hefty tab that pinched the cable sleeve and kept everything in place
Basically, the base of the locking clips is too small (3 mm) compared with other brands (4 mm). RJ45 crimping tools have to make pressure from both sides of the RJ45 ends to push the connectors through the wire plastic casing. Since the clip base is too small, the crimping tool pressures the part of the clip, bends it, and permanently weakens it. When you press the clip, you can feel the difference before and after using the tool. I even tried to bend the clips back in place, but the plastic is already weakened and the ends came off the Ethernet port after a couple of pulls. In the other hand, these ends are not out of spec. The specs for RJ45 ends do not specify the size of the locking clip bases, but still, these ends are useless.
Please note, it took me hours to figure out what was wrong with these ends. They look like all other ends (of multiple brands) that I have. I had to use a big magnify glass and a caliper to compare them. The size of the locking clip base was the only difference, only 1 mm.