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#157117 20-Nov-2014 13:45
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Ild say i simply have the name of them wrong and thats why i cant find them, but im looking for Rj45 flush boxes similar to the ones chorus use.

They are more suited to cleanup some wiring rather than an inwall rj45 jackpoint.


Where would be best to find them?

Ild assume corys or jaycar would be the go, but i cant seem to find them in the catalogue.




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  #1180116 20-Nov-2014 13:49
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PDL flushbox
Do you mean one of these types of things? This is a standard PDL flush box.




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  #1180117 20-Nov-2014 13:50
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Nah, the ones that look like this.






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  #1180118 20-Nov-2014 13:51
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Any good electrical wholesaler will carry them. I'm sure cablesdirect would as well if you want to buy online.


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  #1180121 20-Nov-2014 13:56
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Hi, got some from Corys today, they are a standard stock item, Chorus get them from the same source.

http://www.cablesdirect.co.nz/catalog/entry?page_number=2&entry=341

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cyril7: Hi, got some from Corys today, they are a standard stock item, Chorus get them from the same source.

http://www.cablesdirect.co.nz/catalog/entry?page_number=2&entry=341

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Floor mount! thats the one!

Thanks!




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the other ones they (Chorus) use (1 or 2 Sockets) are made by TE Connectivity (Tyco) and are the surface mount AMP keystone jack version - they stick proud of the wall

 
 
 
 


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Stewarts/JA Russell hold these on stock. They are a Dynamix product.

Cory's would be the other place.

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