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#153697 5-Oct-2014 15:16
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Hi All, as the title suggests, we are after a outlet with 1 x BT jack and 1 x (or more) RJ 45 jack (or key stone mount). Are these even a thing...? appreciate any guidance on this.

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  #1147626 5-Oct-2014 15:21
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PDL 600 series faceplate with whatever choice of modules you want.

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  #1147628 5-Oct-2014 15:27
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As mentioned above, PDL 600 series.

I do have to ask why on earth you'd want to use BT jacks though these days? They're 10x the price of a RJ45 jack and totally unnecessary these days.

If you did however want to buy BT keystone jacks I could sell you some, have about 150 sitting here that have been ripped out because they're obsolete these days.



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  #1147629 5-Oct-2014 15:29
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Cheers steve, i wont make that mistake :), who sells these to the general public.

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  #1147631 5-Oct-2014 15:43
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Defs do not get BT, unless you really have to. You can get RJ45 keystones from places such as J A Russels, PB Tech, and I think Cables Direct sell them. If you want to you can get them off Trademe for pretty cheap.

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  #1147637 5-Oct-2014 15:59
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Stewarts/J A Russel/Radcliffe or Cory's Electrical would be the place to go.

A BT module is around $40 compared to about $8 for an RJ45 so not sure why anyone would bother. And please don't say 'so no one plugs the phone in to the wrong place' because that isn't a good reason.

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  #1147641 5-Oct-2014 16:08
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These guys will mail order to general public too

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  #1149317 7-Oct-2014 17:36
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kornflake: Hi All, as the title suggests, we are after a outlet with 1 x BT jack and 1 x (or more) RJ 45 jack (or key stone mount). Are these even a thing...? appreciate any guidance on this.

Any reason why you can't go with 2x RJ45 in the outlet and use a RJ45 to BT cable/adapter?

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