Thursday, September 17, 2009

Leviton Cat5e Jack vs Cat5e Kwik Jack Video

Here is a video we made showing some of the key features the cat5e Kwik jack has that the Leviton cat5e jack doesn't.



Kwik Jack Key Features:
- Pointed 110 conectors
- No split pairs
- Saves time and labor
- 10% savings

When comparing the two jacks, we instantly noticed the pointed 110's on the Kwik jack. This is a big time saver, especially for contractors who install these things by the minute. With the pointed tips, it makes lacing the wires in the jack much easier. Another time saver for the Kwik jack is that there are no split pairs. Let me explain: Your cat5e cable has 4 pairs of wires, each with a particular color coding on it. With the Leviton jack, you have to untwist the pairs of wires a little more than you would with the Kwik jack because the pairs are not side by side. This feature alone can save you a considerable amount of time. And we all know, time is money. Lastly, besides all the time and labor your saving, you generally get a 10% savings by buying the Kwik jack instead of the Leviton jack. We hope you enjoyed the video and would love to hear from you if you have any additional comments.
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