Platinum Tools will feature its recently expanded structured wiring solutions during ISC West 2016 in Las Vegas from April 6-8 at the Sands Expo and Convention Center, booth #5036. The line now includes new keystone jacks, couplers, and multi-port wall plates for data, voice, and video installations and applications.
“Quite simply, we have complete connectivity solutions for your entire network,” said John Phillips, Platinum Tools, product manager. “Platinum Tools has been a leader in providing products and solutions for the structured wiring networking world of data, voice, and video for nearly two decades. Now, with Keystone Jacks, Couplers, and Multi-Port Wall Plates complementing our exiting popular products such as the EZ-SnapJack, our catalog has exactly what the installer needs for virtually any and every application.”
Platinum Tools’ Keystone jacks and couplers for Cat3, Cat5e, Cat6, and Cat6A applications are color coded to make EIA/TIA 568A/B wiring easier. They feature 50 micron gold contacts, meet EIA/TIA category standards, are compatible with industry standard wall plates, and are RoHS compliant and UL listed.
“Our Wall Plates are compatible with most industry standard keystone jacks and EZ-SnapJacks and are engineered to prevent possible fracturing from over tightened screws,” said Phillips. The 1-, 2-, and 4-port Wall Plates are also UL & RoHS compliant, one-piece, single-gang, 4.5-inch x 2.75-inch, include color matching mounting screws, and are designed to fit standard single-gang outlet boxes.
The EZ-SnapJack was designed to fit industry standard wall plates to aid in retrofit installations. “Depending on specific needs and circumstances and with the convergence in our marketplace, our newly expanded structured wiring solutions alongside the EZ-SnapJack and other options allow the low voltage installer to quickly install a keystone jack correctly each time, said Phillips. “This will save the installer time and money associated with re-visiting the job site to fix the common problem of poor connector terminations and poorly installed mounts and fixtures.”