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MRJ 21 system lowers port cost, increases port density

The MRJ 21 Connector System from AMP NetConnect, a division of Tyco Electronics, is a copper platform for existing and future applications such as Gigabit, VoIP and powered Ethernet.


May 1, 2004  


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The MRJ 21 Connector System from AMP NetConnect, a division of Tyco Electronics, is a copper platform for existing and future applications such as Gigabit, VoIP and powered Ethernet.

The small size of the MRJ 21 connector and cabling reduces cable bulk in pathways and spaces, enabling much higher port counts in a smaller space, the company says.

Factory termination and testing of application-specific cassettes provide assurance of pluggable performance on site. As an example, migrating from a 10/100BASE-T 2-pair platform to a Gigabit Ethernet 4-pair platform simply involves unplugging one cassette and plugging in the new one. The same cable is re-usable.

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