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'[EE]: RJ45 jack current capability?'
2000\10\16@205347 by Bill Westfield

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Anyone happen to know how much current I can reliably/safely run through
a typical RJ45 Jack/Socket connection (per pin, I assume)?

Thanks
Bill W

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2000\10\16@212126 by Mark Willis

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1.5A is the number I recall;  High resistance per joint on these
connectors, so I'd try not getting too close to that number if possible.

 Mark

William Chops Westfield wrote:
> Anyone happen to know how much current I can reliably/safely run through
> a typical RJ45 Jack/Socket connection (per pin, I assume)?
>
> Thanks
> Bill W

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2000\10\17@013114 by David Huisman

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1.5 Amps is correct. Here is a link to the Molex page of specs for RJ series
sockets

http://product.molex.com/datasheet.asp?PN=41369

Regards

David Huisman
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2000\10\17@054612 by mike

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On Mon, 16 Oct 2000 18:21:01 -0700, you wrote:

>1.5A is the number I recall;  High resistance per joint on these
>connectors, so I'd try not getting too close to that number if possible.
>
>  Mark
>
>William Chops Westfield wrote:
>> Anyone happen to know how much current I can reliably/safely run through
>> a typical RJ45 Jack/Socket connection (per pin, I assume)?
>>
>> Thanks
>> Bill W
You  may also need to derate if it is possible to connect/disconnect
with power on.
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