pictured hub is a 16 port hub with only eight UltraJAX
connectors to provide this capacity. This picture is the
one port version of the UltraJax Dual RJ45 connector.
UltraJAX connectors are available in multi-port and stackable
connectors as well. In the telephone world UltraJax will
provide double the connections to telephones in products
such as phone hand-sets, wallplates, and patch panels.
UltraJax are the next generation of RJ connectors and
will be marketed worldwide in the coming years. UltraJAX
technology is protected with patents using contact pins
as well as our printed circuit board design for use in
(UltraJax) - International Patents are not listed.
Dual function RJ Connector íV Inventor Pocrass | Patent
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RJ connector with double the contacts of existing RJ Connectors.
has developed the UltraJaX connector for multiple uses
including; an RJ11/RJ45 combo connector or any combination
of the two types of connectors, a high density contact
connector providing twice the number of contacts compared
to existing RJ Connector, a high-speed networking connector
for such products as Gigabit networking equipment. Pictured
below is an RJ11 UltraJax Connector in the Keystone format
for insertion into a standard wallplate. In the home,
Ultrajax eliminates the need for two splitters and every
wallplate in the house has the capability of plugging
one twisted pair wire into the connector and the wire
splits into two separate wires for connections to telephones
and computer modems. This is one example of why every
RJ11 wallplate in a home should be an UltraJax.
Uses Existing Cables and Wiring.
uses existing cables and wiring with a complete line of
adapters and cables which also can be custom made to any
lengths. The UltraJAX adapters are splitter cables with
UltraJax males at one end and multiple RJ45 or RJ11's
at the other. Call for samples of cables or adapters such
as the UltraJAX with two RJ45 pictured below. Ultrajax
users do not have any concerns about using this product
as a non-standard because it truly functions as a standard
RJ connector. Simple use the cost effective adaptor cables
to create more functionality than ever before and at the
same time utilize half the space on your board.
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