110 Wiring Blocks
A 110 block is a type of punch block used to terminate runs of on-premises wiring in a structured cabling system. The designation 110 is also used to describe a type of insulation displacement contact (IDC) connector used to terminate twisted pair cables, which uses a punch-down tool.
Usage in telephone distribution and computer networks.
Early residential telephone systems used simple screw terminals to join cables to sockets in a tree topology. These screw-terminal blocks have been slowly replaced by 110 blocks and connectors. Modern homes usually have phone service entering the house to a single 110 block, whence it is distributed by on-premises wiring to outlet boxes throughout the home in a star topology. At the outlet box, cables are punched down IDC type connectors, which fit in special faceplates.
In commercial settings, this style of a home run or star topology wiring was already in use on 66 blocks in telecom closets and switch rooms. The 110 block has been slowly replacing the 66 block, especially for data communications usage.
The 110 style IDC connection is often used at both ends of Category 5 cable runs through buildings. In switch rooms, 110 blocks are often built into the back of patch panels to terminate cable runs. At the other end, 110 connections may be used with keystone modules that are attached to wall plates. 110 blocks are preferred over 66 blocks in high-speed networks because they introduce less crosstalk and many are certified for use in Category 5, Category 6 and Category 6a wiring systems.
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