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RJ-9 Jack?

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by [email protected], Sep 28, 2005.

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  1. Guest

    I need to make a short 6" extension cable with an RJ-9 male (like a
    hand set)on one end and RJ-9 female on the other.

    I have searched for a punch down female and can't seem to find one.
    Does such a thing exist or are they all PCB mount?

    Thanks

    RR
     
  2. I need to make a short 6" extension cable with an RJ-9 male (like a
    I have not seen them in shops. But my supplier has cheap read-made
    extension cables, so if I needed one I would buy one. Alternatively,
    female-female converter blocks are also very common.


    Wouter van Ooijen

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  3. Guest

    I need a straight (not spiral) cord if that is the type that your
    supplier has. I am trying to extend a jack to the outside of a case so
    a temporary connection can be made without removing a screwed down
    cover.

    The female to female converter/unions are a bit bulky and are just the
    PCB type connected to both sides of a "jumper" board. We could just
    solder the leads to a PCB type but a punch down would be much faster
    and not so tedious.

    Thanks

    RR
     
  4. I need a straight (not spiral) cord if that is the type that your
    The females on the extensions are (almost?) as bulky as the
    female-female connectors. Afaik they do not contain a PCB.

    check www.nedis.nl, click 'log in als demo gebruiker', seach
    tel-0019b.


    Wouter van Ooijen

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    http://www.voti.nl
    Webshop for PICs and other electronics
    http://www.voti.nl/hvu
    Teacher electronics and informatics
     
  5. Guest

    Thanks for the link but that appears to be an RJ-11, 12 or 14. I need a
    4 wire (US handset style). It would be an odd item since I can't come
    up with any common uses except maybe a phone tap.

    RR
     
  6. Rich Grise

    Rich Grise Guest

    Well, those little 4-pin thingies _will_ plug into a 6-pin RJ-11, RJ-14,
    or even an 8-pin RJ-45 - the pawl still engages; you just have to make
    sure it's centered, and of course you only use the connector pins that
    actually have wires plugged into them. ;-)

    Good Luck!
    Rich
     
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