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100-Pack Monoprice 8P8C RJ45 Plug w/ Inserts for Solid Cat6 Ethernet Cable

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Monoprice has 100-Pack Monoprice 8P8C RJ45 Plug w/ Inserts for Solid Cat6 Ethernet Cable (Various Colors) for $6. Shipping is free.

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  • Crimp on plug for use with Cat6 solid Ethernet cable
  • Includes insert to hold wires in place
  • Gold plated contacts
  • White plastic housing

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Passthrough or bust
Why would anyone buy the non-translucent plugs? You can't see and verify the wires. The white and gray ones look opaque to me.
After doing passthrough, I tossed everything and switched to passthrough. Way faster using passthrough jacks.

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Good price

anyone with experience? Easy to use? Standard crimpers work well?
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anyone with experience? Easy to use? Standard crimpers work well?
I have the clear version of these, they are quite easy to use for a noob like me. You untwist the wires and put them into the plastic inserts, trim off the ends from the insert then put them into the plug and crimp. I used Klein VDV226011SEN crimper.
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anyone with experience? Easy to use? Standard crimpers work well?
Super easy my dude.

Watch "How to crimp a network cable-How to Crimp Rj45 | Cat 5 | RJ45" on YouTube
https://youtu.be/LXcbZ_l5E0U
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Just bought these the other day for a couple dollars more. They are my goto, I haven't tried anything else since these were very easy to use. I'm sure the pass through work well but I didnt care to try something else if these have been working well for me.
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seems like a good deal. thanks OP!
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Passthrough or bust
After doing passthrough, I tossed everything and switched to passthrough. Way faster using passthrough jacks.
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Why would anyone buy the non-translucent plugs? You can't see and verify the wires. The white and gray ones look opaque to me.
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Man I really really don't need this, got about 80 pass-through (cat5e) left. This is an interesting design ... Neat Way to Make Them tho [monoprice.com] <-- Instructions on how to use..
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Quote from NeelP :
After doing passthrough, I tossed everything and switched to passthrough. Way faster using passthrough jacks.
You still need to crimp right? Or is this some new type...if so can you post a link? TIA
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Passthrough or bust
I've had my fair share of problems with pass-through, but I know what the issue is, and I know to make absolutely sure to buy the RIGHT passthrough.

I've been making Ethernet since 96. I actually prefer regular, cheap connectors since they have the little guides to put the wire in place, where pass-through tends to cross over and bunch up down the line.

Still, if anyone wants info on pass-through, I got in a good discussion with the vendor about it.

When I was at NASA I used Black-Box insert connectors. They were awesome. I've never found another insert connector as good as Black-Box, but I've learned to use the rest.

https://community.spiceworks.com/...of-ends​
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After doing passthrough, I tossed everything and switched to passthrough. Way faster using passthrough jacks.
I can buy 100 traditional connectors for the price of about a dozen pass-through, maybe a bigger separation than that. If you just wire up your own stuff occasionally, no big deal, but if you're using 100 a day three days a week, it ads up.
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