Telephone sockets
Telephone jacks are used to connect an analog telephone or computer modem. Installations of this type in houses and apartments are less and less common, but telephone sockets are still necessary, for example, in offices, conference rooms and public facilities where a landline telephone connection is required. The socket is a connection for specific telephone plugs - most often these are the following connectors: RJ-11 (6P2C), i.e. six-position and two-contact, found, for example, in telephone subscriber lines, supporting one device; RJ-12 (6P6C) - six-position and six-contact, allowing to simultaneously handle up to three telephone lines; RJ-14 (6P4C) - connector supporting two telephone lines, rare. Depending on the installation method, we distinguish flush-mounted and surface-mounted sockets. The offer of the store includes both typical power sockets (splash-proof, flush-mounted, surface-mounted), telecommunications, computer, telephone sockets, as well as specialized sockets. When looking for a socket for ordinary use in the apartment (e.g. for connecting a modem), it is usually enough to opt for the so-called single socket - only one device can be connected to it. If it is necessary to connect more devices, e.g. double independent sockets, which will serve two independent lines, may prove useful. Before choosing a telephone jack, you need to carefully check whether it will match the equipment to be connected to it and the intended use. For everything to work properly, you should also pay attention to matching the colors of the wires from the cable that we connect to the places in the socket (usually marked in red and green). It is also worth paying attention to the aesthetics of the installation of the socket itself. The most imperceptible type seems to be flush-mounted sockets, but the installation of such a solution can cause a lot of trouble if it needs to be dismantled (then you will have to breach the wall surface).