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CUI Devices Adds Modular Connectors Line to Connectors Portfolio

LAKE OSWEGO, Ore. — July 27, 2021 — CUI Devices’ Interconnect Group today announced the addition of modular connectors to its connectors product portfolio. Available in RJ10, RJ11, RJ12, RJ13, and RJ45 types, CUI Devices’ CRJ series of modular connectors offers a variety of position and contact options including 4P4C, 6P2C, 6P4C, 6P6C, 8P8C, and 8P10C. Ideal for networking or telecommunication equipment, these modular connectors offer single port, 1×2, 2×4, 2×6, and 2×8 port options, vertical or horizontal orientations, and surface mount, panel mount, and through hole mounting styles.

Additional features for CUI Devices’ modular jacks include shielding, mounting flanges or spring tabs, high temperature plastic, LED indicators, and reflow solder compatibility, depending on the model. Select RJ45 connectors also carry integrated magnetics for improved EMI shielding and simplified design integration, along with speeds of 10/100 or 10/100/1000 BaseT. Several of the RJ45 magnetic jack models comply with the IEEE 802.3af Power over Ethernet (PoE) standard supporting up to 15.4 W of power per port.

CUI Devices’ modular connectors are available immediately with prices starting at $0.46 per unit at 1000 pieces through distribution. Please contact CUI Devices for OEM pricing.

For helpful resources and tools on connectors, check out our Resource Library that houses a range of blog posts, videos, and more.

Product name: Modular Connectors – CRJ Series
Availability: Stock to 16 weeks
Possible users: Networking and telecommunication equipment
Primary features: RJ10, RJ11, RJ12, RJ13, and RJ45 types, integrated magnetics and PoE
Cost: $0.46 per unit at 1000 pieces through distribution

View details for the CRJ series modular connectors

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