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'[EE] Does an inline RJ-11 or RJ12 jack exist?'
2007\02\05@110342 by PicDude

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Yep. Simple as that.  Anyone know where I can get something like this?
Cheers,
-Neil.

2007\02\05@113956 by alan smith

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as in a coupler? or?

PicDude <spam_OUTpicdude2TakeThisOuTspamavn-tech.com> wrote:  Yep. Simple as that. Anyone know where I can get something like this?
Cheers,
-Neil.

2007\02\05@130124 by Wouter van Ooijen

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> Yep. Simple as that.  Anyone know where I can get something like this?

I do have F-F converters, would that do?

Wouter van Ooijen

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2007\02\05@140059 by peter green

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> Subject: Re: [EE] Does an inline RJ-11 or RJ12 jack exist?
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> as in a coupler? or?
>
> PicDude <.....picdude2KILLspamspam.....avn-tech.com> wrote:  Yep. Simple as that.
> Anyone know where I can get something like this?
> Cheers,
> -Neil.
i've seen ones for RJ11 and RJ45, not sure if i've seen one for a 6/6 connector (which many people insist on incorrectly reffering to as RJ12)

note: if you are carefull you can use a RJ45 coupler you just have to make sure you insert the plug straight.


2007\02\05@204928 by PicDude

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Is there a cable connecting these?  And is the cable removeable from the side
where the jack is?

Cheers,
-Neil.


On Monday 05 February 2007 11:59, Wouter van Ooijen wrote:
> > Yep. Simple as that.  Anyone know where I can get something like this?
>
> I do have F-F converters, would that do?
>
> Wouter van Ooijen
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2007\02\05@205611 by PicDude

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Actually I only need RJ11, but thinking that RJ12 (which is (was?) also my
understanding of the 6/6 connector) would work.

This would be for end-user use, so it needs to be foolproof.  So RJ45 won't
work.

-Neil.


On Monday 05 February 2007 13:00, peter green wrote:
> i've seen ones for RJ11 and RJ45, not sure if i've seen one for a 6/6
> connector (which many people insist on incorrectly reffering to as RJ12)
>
> note: if you are carefull you can use a RJ45 coupler you just have to make
> sure you insert the plug straight.

2007\02\05@211059 by PicDude

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I need to interface one of my products with another commercial product that
has an RJ11 jack, and would like the end user to just use a simple
4-conductor phone cord (with RJ11 modular jacks at each end).

I do not have space for PCB- or panel-mounted jacks, so I need something
inline.  I'd prefer to solder wires to the PCB's *first*, so I (and the CEM
later) can test before assembling into the enclosure.  Only after that would
it get threaded through the enclosure, so the inline jack can't be on the
wires at that time.

If I used a different connector, I'd have to make and stock custom cables in
different lengths, or make an adapter to convert the RJ11 at the end of the
other product to wire terminals or something else.

Cheers,
-Neil.


On Monday 05 February 2007 10:39, alan smith wrote:
> as in a coupler? or?
>
> PicDude <EraseMEpicdude2spam_OUTspamTakeThisOuTavn-tech.com> wrote:  Yep. Simple as that. Anyone know
> where I can get something like this? Cheers,
> -Neil.
> -

2007\02\05@221454 by Kevin Timmerman

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I don't know where to get just the inline jack, but a complete cable
is available from many sources...

http://www.radioshack.com/product/index.jsp?productId=2476757


At 11:57 AM 2/5/2007, you wrote:
>Yep. Simple as that.  Anyone know where I can get something like this?
>Cheers,
>-Neil.

2007\02\05@224011 by Charles Craft

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Can you have a modular plug on your device and connect to the cable with a coupler?

COUPLER,MODULAR,IN-LINE,CROSS
OVER 6P6C JACK(F)TO6P6C JACK(F        Jameco#: 71757
RoHS: No
MFG: JAMECO VALUEPRO
MFG#: 300-036
PRICE: $0.95

COUPLER,MODULAR,IN-LINE,
STRAIGHT 6P6C JACK(F)TO6P6C JA        Jameco#: 135087
RoHS: No
MFG: JAMECO VALUEPRO
MFG#: 300-037
PRICE: $1.09


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2007\02\05@225107 by Charles Craft

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Or buy the modular extension (male one end, female the other) and whack the plug end off:

http://www.allentelproducts.com/catalog/model_AT207.htm?sid=F39A74A172769DF35CBA020330AA0885&pid=2010

Allen Tel Single Modular Extension Cord

(Model # AT207)

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2007\02\06@014446 by Wouter van Ooijen

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>> I do have F-F converters, would that do?

> Is there a cable connecting these?

no, just a small plastic bock with two female sides.

Wouter van Ooijen

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