Patch panels
A patch panel (also called a patch panel) is an element of computer and telecommunications networks defined as passive. Its main task is to connect network devices with receivers. Patch panels are most often mounted in rack cabinets. The equipment consists of a series (from 12 to even 48) 8P8C sockets. The panels are nothing more than the end of structured cabling. Wires leading to sockets in the building are permanently connected to the element from the back. From the front, in turn, using patch cords, the panels and thus the devices themselves located at the other end of the cable are connected to active network devices. Our product range includes category 3, 5e, 6 and 6a patch panels. We offer accessories adapted to RJ11 and RJ45 plugs.