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Topic # 29663 14-Jan-2009 14:32
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Quick query, is RJ11 the same as RJ12 ?
Looking for a 3 way phone adaptor and Jaycar have one but is marked as RJ12....




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  Reply # 189542 14-Jan-2009 15:04
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Same physical connector size. One uses 4 pins the other the whole 6.


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  Reply # 189580 14-Jan-2009 16:53
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Generally eccepted as that these days but in the USOC specs there is no RJ12 only a RJ11.

See the link below

http://www.telepermit.co.nz/nl100.html#sec%203

Add to the this the RJ61 a telecom industry vesion of the RJ45




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  Reply # 189677 15-Jan-2009 07:41
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Thanks guys :)




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