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dexman #639490 01/06/21 08:03 AM
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I'm dying to know what an "RJ24" connector is. I can't wait to hear this one.


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RJ-24X: Is normally associated with a telephone company provided key telephone system. It's typically used with registered ancillary devices such as conferencing devices, music on hold, etc., and is wired to provide the same tip, ring, A, and Al appearances as a standard five-line key telephone set.


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RJ-24X appears to be a 25 pair (50 pin) Amphenol connector (RJ21X) set up to provide T/R & A/A1 for 12 circuits.

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Darn it!!

It looks like I wrote the wrong connector in my post. The article I linked has it correct and the correct connector is the RJ45.

The GG45 connector which is the proprietary connector is backward compatible with the RJ45 connector.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GG45


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Isn't the RJ-24x made of Phantonium? I know they pulled a lot of obscure designations, but I missed the 24. Maybe that was a non-US or special manufacturer's unauthorized designation.

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The RJ-61 is missing from this list. It's an 8-pin T&R plug for 4 lines in the 54362718 order.

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