Three differences between RJ45 connectors and RJ11 connectors

What we learned is that while there may be similarities in appearance between the RJ45 connector and the RJ11 connector (hereinafter referred to as RJ45, RJ11), there are still many differences in performance and some parameters between them. TXGA connector manufacturers summarize their three differences, for your reference:

1. Connector applications

The big difference between the two connectors, RJ11 and RJ45, is where they are actually used. For example: the RJ45 connector is for networking, where you can connect computers or other network components to each other, and the RJ11 is a cable connector for telephones, ADSL, modem cables, and so on.

Structure of connector

RJ11, RJ45 in addition to the application, there are differences in their structure, which can be easily viewed and recognized intuitively. If you look closely at the two connectors, you will see that there are only four wires inside the RJ11 connector and eight wires inside the RJ45 connector. But because of its nature, the RJ45 contains a slightly larger wire than the RJ11.

Three, connector wiring scheme

RJ45 and RJ11 are also very different in the wiring scheme. A typical RJ11 connector has six terminals and typically USES only four middle pins. POTS (plain old telephone line), for example, usually contains two pairs of wires, designed for two separate telephone lines.

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