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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 180580 14-Sep-2015 14:50
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Has anyone sourced Lexcom keystone jacks suitable for fitting into an LCHC14 (or similar model) distribution cabinet?

I've been informed by Schneider NZ that they cannot source the LCHRJ45 keystones, nor are replacement LCHS100 data modules available (one has died at a customer site).

Leviton sell keystone jacks with an adaptor bezel for Lexcom, which might be a solution (I’m not 100% sure they’ll fit the existing cabinet), but the lack of data module availability is an issue.

Yes I can probably workaround this, but it'd be nice to be able to simply replace the faulty part and add extra keystone jacks to the existing cabinet.

Given eBay/TM have a pretty poor range of Lexcom parts available, hopefully someone has some other sources!


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  Reply # 1387370 14-Sep-2015 18:24
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Lexicon was plagued with issues and never really took off. Not surprised to hear you are having trouble finding bits for it.
I will send you a PM of an installer I know that may have some left over stock they may be able to sell you.

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  Reply # 1388687 16-Sep-2015 19:47
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Great - thanks so much for the info! Most appreciated!

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