• Cable Matters UL Listed 12-Port Cat6, Cat 6 Vertical Mini Patch Panel with 89D Bracket
  • Cable Matters UL Listed 12-Port Cat6, Cat 6 Vertical Mini Patch Panel with 89D Bracket
  • Cable Matters UL Listed 12-Port Cat6, Cat 6 Vertical Mini Patch Panel with 89D Bracket
  • Cable Matters UL Listed 12-Port Cat6, Cat 6 Vertical Mini Patch Panel with 89D Bracket
Cable Matters UL Listed 12-Port Cat6, Cat 6 Vertical Mini Patch Panel with 89D Bracket
Cable Matters UL Listed 12-Port Cat6, Cat 6 Vertical Mini Patch Panel with 89D Bracket
Cable Matters UL Listed 12-Port Cat6, Cat 6 Vertical Mini Patch Panel with 89D Bracket
Cable Matters UL Listed 12-Port Cat6, Cat 6 Vertical Mini Patch Panel with 89D Bracket

Cable Matters UL Listed 12-Port Cat6, Cat 6 Vertical Mini Patch Panel with 89D Bracket

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  • MINI 12-PORT PATCH PANEL supports unshielded (UTP) 22 to 26 AWG solid or stranded cables with 180 degree oriented RJ45 jacks; Compact 10 x 2.25 inch footprint is ideal for installing in tight spaces in a network closet or under a stairwell; Wall mount the panel with the included snap-on 89D brackets and mounting screws
  • CAT 6 GIGABIT ETHERNET rated patch panel offers identical performance to a 19 inch rack sized 10 Gig network patch panel in a small form factor; 10 Gig rated network performance meets or exceeds TIA 568-C.2 while maintaining backwards compatibility with Cat5, 5e, and 3; Dual IDC termination blocks hold the cable in a star configuration for better pair isolation and accommodate either 110 or Krone impact tools
  • SOHO WITH STYLE for a professional looking structured cabling solution in a home or small office network; Pre-wire up to 12 locations and then plug & play with standard RJ45 patch cables for connecting a LAN, video and audio streaming, IP camera surveillance and more; Label spaces on the front provide writeable areas for easy identification and a professional looking installation
  • DURABLE CONSTRUCTION Cat6 patch panel is built with a black-painted steel panel and gold-plated RJ45 contacts; Numbered ports are clearly labeled on the front and rear; Multiple cable tie slots integrated into the rear panel accommodate 6 inch zip ties for securing heavier Cat 6 cables
  • STANDARDS COMPLIANCE with ANSI/TIA 568-C.2 for Category 6 connecting hardware and color-coded IDC termination blocks, UL Listed (E486099), 3P & ETL Verified, and RoHS and C E compliant; Supports both T568A and T568B wiring standards

Customer Reviews

Economical Home Patch PanelI had a 24 port rack mount patch panel in my old wire location. I really wanted to get rid of it, as it was in a hard to reach place. I was on the fence about using a 1u wall mount rack converter or buying this. After filling up most of the patch panel, I'm glad I went this direction. It's a very good budget option for home owners to get some structured wiring installed. Mix this with a wall mount switch, and you've got everything you need.I am taking a star away, because I haven't even filled it up yet, but there isn't enough space behind the panel for all of the cables to come in from one side. If I had known that, I would have mounted it horizontal with cables coming in from both sides. As it is, I have all the cables coming in from the top, and it's getting very hard to get the panel snapped back in after I add another cable.4I really like this productWith only one issue, I really like this product. A contractor agreed to wire my house with Cat 6 cable, but got most of the terminations screwed up. Node Zero was a mess of unlabeled wires with bad RJ45 terminations. About half of the wires had shorts or missing connections as a result of poor terminations. I tried to replace the RJ45 terminations, but it was a nightmare, especially given the small closet I had to work in. This panel has made everything much easier, with no bad connections and finally some order imposed on the wiring.My only complaint is that the 89D bracket is really not designed for Cat 6 cable. It is not deep enough to allow 12 cables to come in through the bottom, and there is not enough clearance to bring wires in through the sides. Consider buying a separate 89U bracket.4It works great. My only critic of the panelUsing this patch panel in my home network. It works great. My only critic of the panel, is the white bracket that holds the panel in place is loss once you set up all the wires going to the panel. My panel does easily fall out of it. This can be fixed by using a zip tie to pull each pair of clips that holds the panel inwards.4Good deal.This is a well designed patch panel. The vertical design was what I needed for the space I had - not everyone needs a rack. The directions are ok - they tell you how to wire it (the colored legends on the back work just as well) but they were sketchy on if you could punch down on the plastic mounting bracket. Mount the bracket in the spot you want, then turn the panel around so the ports face the wall. Snap the panel into the plastic mounting bracket and it is robust enough to use an impact punch down tool on. I can see that the rear channel may be a little tight for 12 cables but you could route them around to the bottom if you had to.Overall, a good inexpensive patch panel that I would purchase again if required.5Good home patch panelNice 12 port patch panel for my home. I didn't expect to come close to filling this up, but I actually have 9 of 12 ports filled. I don't think it's likely to get past 12 so this should be good for most average homes. Of course those with more serious networks and cable runs will likely have a rack with a larger rack mounted patch panel. Those homes without network racks will probably find 12 plenty. I am pretty impressed with the quality of the build. It is plastic, but the tolerances are pretty tight and all connections are solid. I've only punched down each port once so I can't speak to how it will hold up to repeat uses, but it seems solid enough. Fit my needs and expectations perfectly.5Good panel - plan your installThis is a great panel if you are replacing old, or doing a new installation. The individual jacks are not removable, however. So if you want to wire additional jacks in the block at a later date, you must unmount the whole block, which can be dicey depending on how much slack you've given yourself on previous installs. Gets a bit tough to wire other jacks as the block gets full as well.4while it holds it to the wall nicely, is not terribly strongWorks very well, though be warned that the plastic mounting bracket, while it holds it to the wall nicely, is not terribly strong. It is a little bit too easy to pull the panel out of the bracket (a large bundle of cables behind the panel, going into the ports, might be just enough to start pushing the panel out of the bracket. This may be mitigated by ensuring you run your cables out both ends (top and bottom, when used vertically) rather than having them all come up from the bottom. Also, while you can flip the panel around and mount it in the bracket while you punch the cables down, the force of punching each wire down is enough to shove the panel into the bracket past it's "hold" point. Doing so repeatedly will probably weaken it. I was much more comfortable laying the panel flat on a nearby work surface and punching there, but not all installations will have such an option.The punchdown block on the back of the panel is nicely color coded with both EIA/TIA 568a and 568b patterns that are easy to read, so those of us who don't do this every day don't have to try and remember the wire order.4Ports can only patched 1-2 times eachI've been using the patch panel for about a month now, and have been having issues with two ports only negotiating at 10Mbps.The problem started after I swapped out the long patch cables that I had on hand for my initial install for cables that are a more appropriate length. After swapping the cables I found that two ports would no longer negotiate 1Gbps unless I held the connectors into the patch panel. After switched cables back and forth repeatedly it appears that the conductors in each port are bent inward slightly with each connection and stop making a reliable connection. After the ports have repeatedly lost connection at 1Gbps I can now only get them to work at 10Mbps intermittently. Another two ports that I am using are working fine.1Solid product, some very minor issuesVery nice for a small home network setup. The punchdowns work effortlessly with a 110 punchdown tool, and it's easy to see that punchdown connected properly. I'd get this again without hesitation, but two nitpicks: First, the circuitry (including the jacks) wobbles just a little, and that makes it seem less sturdy than it is. Second, you have to be a little careful how you run your wires if you want to use the provided wall mount -- otherwise you might end up trapping cables in the mount. I ended up running my cables out the ends to avoid this.5Great patch panel!Great patch panel, gets the job done at a great price. You really couldn't ask for a simpler, sturdier, more cut and dry patch panel. This is backwards compatible with Cat5e. In my setup, I have 7 Cat5e runs terminating in the back of the patch panel, Cat6 patch cords going to a Netgear 16 port Gigabit switch. At the time, it was too costly to run Cat6, I hope to one day do so. My setup consists of a Linksys WRT1900ACS in my office area upstairs where my cable modem comes in, and a Cat5e run that feeds the area you see in the picture. It is easy to run cabling to this room of the basement from anywhere in the house, so this is where all of the terminations come in. I have 3 TV areas (2 of which have dual cable runs), a bedroom and the main feed from upstairs, with plenty of room for expansion. I could also just as easily mount another patch panel (to the right of this picture) on the other side or just below this one if ever needed.The size of this panel allows for that flexibility.The color coding in the back for each port is very easy to read, my network uses the T568B standard, but it is color coded for both A and B. You do need an appropriate punchdown tool, my 110 punchdown tool did just fine. Make sure the blade is pointing in the right direction, outward of course. As you punch down, the excess copper should just fall. If not, you didn't do it right and that can lead to connection issues. Having a patch panel, properly punched down, and purchased patch cords is way better than making your own cables with RJ45 jacks. When you start talking Gigabit Ethernet, you need to use all 4 pairs, as opposed to Fast Ethernet which only uses 2 pairs. Going the punchdown route is much easier than making your own crimps. When I upgraded all of my equipment to Gigabit, I realized I have several improperly crimped RJ45 clips.This includes the mounting bracket, which is great to wall mount or in my case the top of a built in wooden shelf in my utility room/wine cellar.The space to label your terminations (where each cable run goes, you should coordinate this with some sort of jack numbering), is a little small, but that's to be expected with the compactness of this patch panel. I used a sharpie with a fine point side to label mine. Properly labeling your jacks and runs ensures easy troubleshooting or disconnecting the kids (or the wife).Expansion will be easy, just disconnect the patch cords and remove the panel from the mounting bracket, punch down any new lines, and re-seat in the bracket.If you're putting in a patch panel for your home or small office, look no further.5
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  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
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  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
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  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
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Description
  • MINI 12-PORT PATCH PANEL supports unshielded (UTP) 22 to 26 AWG solid or stranded cables with 180 degree oriented RJ45 jacks; Compact 10 x 2.25 inch footprint is ideal for installing in tight spaces in a network closet or under a stairwell; Wall mount the panel with the included snap-on 89D brackets and mounting screws
  • CAT 6 GIGABIT ETHERNET rated patch panel offers identical performance to a 19 inch rack sized 10 Gig network patch panel in a small form factor; 10 Gig rated network performance meets or exceeds TIA 568-C.2 while maintaining backwards compatibility with Cat5, 5e, and 3; Dual IDC termination blocks hold the cable in a star configuration for better pair isolation and accommodate either 110 or Krone impact tools
  • SOHO WITH STYLE for a professional looking structured cabling solution in a home or small office network; Pre-wire up to 12 locations and then plug & play with standard RJ45 patch cables for connecting a LAN, video and audio streaming, IP camera surveillance and more; Label spaces on the front provide writeable areas for easy identification and a professional looking installation
  • DURABLE CONSTRUCTION Cat6 patch panel is built with a black-painted steel panel and gold-plated RJ45 contacts; Numbered ports are clearly labeled on the front and rear; Multiple cable tie slots integrated into the rear panel accommodate 6 inch zip ties for securing heavier Cat 6 cables
  • STANDARDS COMPLIANCE with ANSI/TIA 568-C.2 for Category 6 connecting hardware and color-coded IDC termination blocks, UL Listed (E486099), 3P & ETL Verified, and RoHS and C E compliant; Supports both T568A and T568B wiring standards
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Economical Home Patch PanelI had a 24 port rack mount patch panel in my old wire location. I really wanted to get rid of it, as it was in a hard to reach place. I was on the fence about using a 1u wall mount rack converter or buying this. After filling up most of the patch panel, I'm glad I went this direction. It's a very good budget option for home owners to get some structured wiring installed. Mix this with a wall mount switch, and you've got everything you need.I am taking a star away, because I haven't even filled it up yet, but there isn't enough space behind the panel for all of the cables to come in from one side. If I had known that, I would have mounted it horizontal with cables coming in from both sides. As it is, I have all the cables coming in from the top, and it's getting very hard to get the panel snapped back in after I add another cable.4I really like this productWith only one issue, I really like this product. A contractor agreed to wire my house with Cat 6 cable, but got most of the terminations screwed up. Node Zero was a mess of unlabeled wires with bad RJ45 terminations. About half of the wires had shorts or missing connections as a result of poor terminations. I tried to replace the RJ45 terminations, but it was a nightmare, especially given the small closet I had to work in. This panel has made everything much easier, with no bad connections and finally some order imposed on the wiring.My only complaint is that the 89D bracket is really not designed for Cat 6 cable. It is not deep enough to allow 12 cables to come in through the bottom, and there is not enough clearance to bring wires in through the sides. Consider buying a separate 89U bracket.4It works great. My only critic of the panelUsing this patch panel in my home network. It works great. My only critic of the panel, is the white bracket that holds the panel in place is loss once you set up all the wires going to the panel. My panel does easily fall out of it. This can be fixed by using a zip tie to pull each pair of clips that holds the panel inwards.4Good deal.This is a well designed patch panel. The vertical design was what I needed for the space I had - not everyone needs a rack. The directions are ok - they tell you how to wire it (the colored legends on the back work just as well) but they were sketchy on if you could punch down on the plastic mounting bracket. Mount the bracket in the spot you want, then turn the panel around so the ports face the wall. Snap the panel into the plastic mounting bracket and it is robust enough to use an impact punch down tool on. I can see that the rear channel may be a little tight for 12 cables but you could route them around to the bottom if you had to.Overall, a good inexpensive patch panel that I would purchase again if required.5Good home patch panelNice 12 port patch panel for my home. I didn't expect to come close to filling this up, but I actually have 9 of 12 ports filled. I don't think it's likely to get past 12 so this should be good for most average homes. Of course those with more serious networks and cable runs will likely have a rack with a larger rack mounted patch panel. Those homes without network racks will probably find 12 plenty. I am pretty impressed with the quality of the build. It is plastic, but the tolerances are pretty tight and all connections are solid. I've only punched down each port once so I can't speak to how it will hold up to repeat uses, but it seems solid enough. Fit my needs and expectations perfectly.5Good panel - plan your installThis is a great panel if you are replacing old, or doing a new installation. The individual jacks are not removable, however. So if you want to wire additional jacks in the block at a later date, you must unmount the whole block, which can be dicey depending on how much slack you've given yourself on previous installs. Gets a bit tough to wire other jacks as the block gets full as well.4while it holds it to the wall nicely, is not terribly strongWorks very well, though be warned that the plastic mounting bracket, while it holds it to the wall nicely, is not terribly strong. It is a little bit too easy to pull the panel out of the bracket (a large bundle of cables behind the panel, going into the ports, might be just enough to start pushing the panel out of the bracket. This may be mitigated by ensuring you run your cables out both ends (top and bottom, when used vertically) rather than having them all come up from the bottom. Also, while you can flip the panel around and mount it in the bracket while you punch the cables down, the force of punching each wire down is enough to shove the panel into the bracket past it's "hold" point. Doing so repeatedly will probably weaken it. I was much more comfortable laying the panel flat on a nearby work surface and punching there, but not all installations will have such an option.The punchdown block on the back of the panel is nicely color coded with both EIA/TIA 568a and 568b patterns that are easy to read, so those of us who don't do this every day don't have to try and remember the wire order.4Ports can only patched 1-2 times eachI've been using the patch panel for about a month now, and have been having issues with two ports only negotiating at 10Mbps.The problem started after I swapped out the long patch cables that I had on hand for my initial install for cables that are a more appropriate length. After swapping the cables I found that two ports would no longer negotiate 1Gbps unless I held the connectors into the patch panel. After switched cables back and forth repeatedly it appears that the conductors in each port are bent inward slightly with each connection and stop making a reliable connection. After the ports have repeatedly lost connection at 1Gbps I can now only get them to work at 10Mbps intermittently. Another two ports that I am using are working fine.1Solid product, some very minor issuesVery nice for a small home network setup. The punchdowns work effortlessly with a 110 punchdown tool, and it's easy to see that punchdown connected properly. I'd get this again without hesitation, but two nitpicks: First, the circuitry (including the jacks) wobbles just a little, and that makes it seem less sturdy than it is. Second, you have to be a little careful how you run your wires if you want to use the provided wall mount -- otherwise you might end up trapping cables in the mount. I ended up running my cables out the ends to avoid this.5Great patch panel!Great patch panel, gets the job done at a great price. You really couldn't ask for a simpler, sturdier, more cut and dry patch panel. This is backwards compatible with Cat5e. In my setup, I have 7 Cat5e runs terminating in the back of the patch panel, Cat6 patch cords going to a Netgear 16 port Gigabit switch. At the time, it was too costly to run Cat6, I hope to one day do so. My setup consists of a Linksys WRT1900ACS in my office area upstairs where my cable modem comes in, and a Cat5e run that feeds the area you see in the picture. It is easy to run cabling to this room of the basement from anywhere in the house, so this is where all of the terminations come in. I have 3 TV areas (2 of which have dual cable runs), a bedroom and the main feed from upstairs, with plenty of room for expansion. I could also just as easily mount another patch panel (to the right of this picture) on the other side or just below this one if ever needed.The size of this panel allows for that flexibility.The color coding in the back for each port is very easy to read, my network uses the T568B standard, but it is color coded for both A and B. You do need an appropriate punchdown tool, my 110 punchdown tool did just fine. Make sure the blade is pointing in the right direction, outward of course. As you punch down, the excess copper should just fall. If not, you didn't do it right and that can lead to connection issues. Having a patch panel, properly punched down, and purchased patch cords is way better than making your own cables with RJ45 jacks. When you start talking Gigabit Ethernet, you need to use all 4 pairs, as opposed to Fast Ethernet which only uses 2 pairs. Going the punchdown route is much easier than making your own crimps. When I upgraded all of my equipment to Gigabit, I realized I have several improperly crimped RJ45 clips.This includes the mounting bracket, which is great to wall mount or in my case the top of a built in wooden shelf in my utility room/wine cellar.The space to label your terminations (where each cable run goes, you should coordinate this with some sort of jack numbering), is a little small, but that's to be expected with the compactness of this patch panel. I used a sharpie with a fine point side to label mine. Properly labeling your jacks and runs ensures easy troubleshooting or disconnecting the kids (or the wife).Expansion will be easy, just disconnect the patch cords and remove the panel from the mounting bracket, punch down any new lines, and re-seat in the bracket.If you're putting in a patch panel for your home or small office, look no further.5
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Return And Refund Policy
  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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Shipment tracking ID will be provided after your product(s) is dispatched. The delivery date stated is indicative and subject to availability, payment authorization, verification, and processing. In case your product(s) is not delivered due to an incorrect or invalid address, we will not be able to process any claims. However, we will notify you if it is returned to us.

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