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What is the difference between shielded and unshielded RJ45 couplers?

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RJ45 shielded panel mount coupler

 

Unshielded RJ45 connectors have a plastic housing, while shielded RJ45 connectors typically have a metal shield to avoid excessive electromagnetic interference (EMI).

 

 

Metal shielding structures are usually plated with nickel or gold. But the more common one on the market is the nickel-plated shielding structure.

 

 

Remember not to use shielded RJ45 connectors on unshielded network cables as this may affect the connection. Shielded RJ45 connectors are often paired with shielded Ethernet cables for optimal performance. If using unshielded cable, select an unshielded connector; if the cable is shielded, use a shielded RJ45 connector.

 

 

Our RJ45 circular adapter can be installed on grounded sockets, desktop sockets, and 86 panels, and is widely used in connection ports in cinemas, stages, home audio and video, KTV, automated intelligent equipment, and various weak current engineering facilities.

 

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