A patch panel is a device or unit featuring a number of jacks, usually of the same or similar type, for the use of connecting and routing circuits for monitoring, interconnecting, and testing circuits in a convenient, flexible manner. Patch panels are also referred to as patch bays, patch fields or jack fields. We offer commonly patch panels used in computer networking, recording studios, telephone, and television.
Each port of Cat.6A/Cat.6/Cat.5e patch panel has the same unaided cabling structure, it will make sure that the performance of each port is consistent.
The cable management and grounding device are combined in patch panels. All kinds of cables with different dimensions can be fixed on the patch panel.
Patch panels are usually attached to network racks, either above or below network switches and take up 1U or 1.75 inches of space. Patch cords connect the ports in the patch panel to ports in the network switch, which creates permanent port connections to the switch that won't be interrupted during moves, adds and changes.
Patch panels can be based on the number of ports they contain, with 48-port, 24-port and 12-port panels among the most common. Patch panels are also designed for specific cable specifications like Cat.5e, Cat.6, and Cat.6A. There are specific patch panels for unshielded twisted pair (UTP) and shielded twisted pair cables.
According to the standard of ISO/IEC 11801:2002 CLASS E and ANSI/TIA/568B.2-1 Cat.6 Standard.
T568A punching sequence and T568B punching sequence are both compatible. Fitting for horizontal distribution in the equipment room and equipment connecting.
Various Patch panels (Loaded and Unloaded at option) provide more choices for wiring system.
IDC:110 type, Krone or Dual type for your choice.
Meanwhile, label and embedded icon are easy to manage.