Neutrik etherCON RJ45 Feed-Through Coupler for Cable Extensions

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Neutrik etherCON RJ45 Feed-Through Coupler for Cable Extensions
Key Features
  • Latch Lock System
The etherCON RJ45 Feed-Through Coupler for Cable Extensions from Neutrik helps connect two cables together to extend the overall application. It features a secure latch lock system. The coupler can be used with all RJ45 plugs, including the NE8MC RJ45 cable connector.
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Neutrik NE8FF Overview

The etherCON RJ45 Feed-Through Coupler for Cable Extensions from Neutrik helps connect two cables together to extend the overall application. It features a secure latch lock system. The coupler can be used with all RJ45 plugs, including the NE8MC RJ45 cable connector.

The RJ45 Feed-Through Coupler features a secure latch lock system.
It can be used with all RJ45 plugs, including the NE8MC RJ45 cable connector.

Neutrik NE8FF Specs

Product TypeFemale adapter
Electrical
Contact Resistance< 10 m Ω (inner)
Dielectric Strength1 kV DC
Frequency Range1 - 100 MHz
Insulation Resistance> 0.5 G Ω
Rated Current Per Contact1.5 A
Rated Voltage50 V
Standard ComplianceTIA/EIA 586B, IEC11801
Mechanical
Insertion Force≤ 20 N
Withdrawal Force≤ 20 N
Lifetime> 1000 mating cycles
Locking DeviceLatch lock
Materials
Contact Plating0.2 µm Gold over Nickel plating
ContactsBronze
InsertPBTP 15% GR
ShellBlack plated
Strain ReliefTin plated
Environmental
FlammabilityUL 94 HB
Temperature Range-22 to 176°F (-30 to 80°C)
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.16 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5.6 x 4.05 x 1.2"
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How well would this coupler handle being dragged around on a stage? Would the locking tabs or corners get caught on carpet or other cables?
Asked by: Jonathan M.
The connector itself is very durable, however you dont wsnt to be dragging it around the stage for several reasons. First it is a beefy connector which can get caught on an object such as a guitar amp (it would easily glide on a clear stage) or even get caught in between other cables (like any connector could) which can potentially cause stress or damage to your cable - especially if you use a standard Cat 5 and not an ethercon. Second it can be a tripping hazard if it was dragged into a traffic area. If you need to drag it everywhere then you probably need a longer cable. If you use good cable you should get 330 of distance on a typical run. Depending on your application you may need a repeater or network switch if going further.
Answered by: Jim M.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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