I need to know the wiring diagram for this wall socket i am doing up my kitchen so much would help please thanks .If you could email it too me with colors of wires would be appreciated My email is firstname.lastname@example.org thanks
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Tools and Materials You Will Need Crimper with RJ-45 die. Wire stripper Wire cutter RJ-45 plugs Cat-5 UTP cable Optional Tools Wire Tester Procedure 1. Strip off insulation 2. Untangle wires 3. Place wires in correct order & straighten. 4. Trim wires to desired length. Note: If the wires are too long the plug will not crimp onto the insulation for strength. 5. Slide wires all the way into the plug. Make sure not to disrupt the color scheme. 6. Crimp plug. 7. Repeat steps 1-6 for the other end. 8. Test wire using optional test equipment or between working computer and hub for patch (straight through) cables ,or between switches for crossover cables. Wire Color Scheme Pin Color Diagram 1. Orange / White 2. Orange 3. Green / White 4. Blue 5. Blue / White 6. Green 7. Brown / White Patch Cable (Straight Through) Both ends follow this format. 8. Brown Pin Color Diagram 1. Green / White 2. Green 3. Orange / White 4. Blue 5. Blue / White 6. Orange 7. Brown / White Crossover Cable One end as a patch cable and the other as follows 8. Brown
If you place the socket in front of you, the terminals from on the left side from bottom to top will use the white/blue, blue, white/brown, brown wires and the terminals on the right side would use the green, white/green, orange, white/orange wires from bottom to top.
A and B are used just to differentiate from the T568A and T568B schemes. So if you don't need cross-over configurations, you can just use the same on both ends. The method above is for the B scheme.
Cindy Wells (Keystone jacks for ethernet come in two types: plug in RJ-45 and punch down the individual wires with the tool. All of the punch down jacks came with a diagram, had the wire arrangement indicated on the unit, and a cheap plastic punch down tool.)
RJ -45 is a type of connector used on cat5, cat5e....etc cables to connect networked devices...the RJ stands for registered jack but there is really not much you really need to know about it....a RJ 45 JACK is a little bigger than a telephone jack, you'll notice the female type of input on your computer or laptop and the male end will be on the end of the cable that goes into this jack....hope this helps