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Topic # 119069 19-May-2013 15:33
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I have a heap of used data outlet parts, some of them might be just what you are looking for.

  • 2wire BT double jacks built into flushplate (only 2 of these)
  • Keystone RJ45 jacks in various brands and types, theres both 180° and 90° punchdowns in Cat5 & Cat5e, and 5 of 180° Cat6. Couple of the Cat5 are Krone, and the rest are standard 110 punchdown.
  • A few Modclip (clipsal style) RJ45 Cat5 & Cat5e jacks, 180°. Random Modclip flushplates and PDL converter clips that fit them.

  • A bunch of odd looking tooless PDL Cat5 jacks.

  • Couple of 19" 16-port keystone patch panels.

  • Heaps of 600 series PDL flush plates, mostly doubles or singles with or without PDL-keystone clips in them. Most still have the cover but some are faded or scratched so may not clean up as well as others. They generally clean up with a bit of alcohol based cleaner.
  • Lots of surface-mount blocks for the above flushplates, some faded or have bits of paint on them and generally chunks cutout for cable entry. Tell me what side you want the cutout (eg top/right would be on the end or leftside/top would be on the side) and I will look for one that matches. might be a fairly big cutout unless I find an one without cutout.

Also have a 16 port DSE 10/100 managed switch in good condition and original packaging if you want to make an offer.




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  Reply # 821968 19-May-2013 15:33
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Hey, have you listed a price, location and how much shipping would be to other parts of New Zealand? Also if you are asking for a PM make sure your Privacy settings allow your account to receive PM otherwise people can't contact you.




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  Reply # 823043 21-May-2013 17:09
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Could be interested. Where are you located and can you send a photo or two. I need to temporarily wire an entire floor but I don't know exactly what you are offering.




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  Reply # 823624 22-May-2013 16:26
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Theres various bits, will upload some pics of the different kinds I have. Been pulled out of different buildings where we installed all new networking.




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  Reply # 823687 22-May-2013 18:16
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Heres what I have at moment. Probably tell me how many single and double outlets you need and I can recommend which ones I can make up enough numbers of. Most of them are Cat5 and Cat5e keystones, and they fit the PDL plates on left with keystone inserts as well as keystone plates in middle. Modclip plates on right match the roundish modclip jacks on right. The funny red jacks on right are tooless cat5 that fit PDL plates without the inserts. No guarantee with any of them so i would expect to send a few spare jacks. I have 5 only of the Cat6 keystone jacks on left. There are more 90deg keystones (black ones) than anything else so you might take mostly those ones.

used jacks and flush plates

And here are the different ones in the mixture.

Mix of jacks and flush plates




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  Reply # 824314 23-May-2013 18:49
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Thanks. Was looking to outfit a floor temporarily but now will probably just go direct from the switches via Cat5 or Cat6 through conduit to the end points and terminate the cables with RJ45 connectors. That avoids having to install a patch panel and wall plates with RJ45 sockets.




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  Reply # 825050 24-May-2013 22:38
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Thats very temporary... normally only used for cameras etc where the camera is fixed so the cable never moves. Will get pretty confusing if theres more than 10 or so cables but make sure u label each cable at both ends anyway. And use "solid" plugs on solid cable... Good luck!




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  Reply # 825082 24-May-2013 23:34
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Just to clarify, that Dick Smith 16 port switch is managed? (didn't think they branded managed switches!)

Generally speaking, how many (roughly - 5,10,20,40...) PDL-600 plates have you got, how many with keystone adapters?



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  Reply # 825091 25-May-2013 00:32
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Just found its actually 24 port. It is managed, has more basic settings than some of the expensive switches i guess, but has serial interface for telnet into the settings menu. I only experimented with vlan, ToS priorities with different regimes to choose from, and port speed/duplex. Still have the rackmount brackets and rubber feet for it, never used.

Just dug up the manual so heres the specs.

- Auto MDI/MDIX
- wirespeed store and forward
- 802.1Q VLAN tags and port based VLANs
- up to 7 trunking groups, ie port aggregation
- Static port priority and 802.1p QoS priority
- 6k MAC addresses, self learning
- 1.5Mbit buffer memory
- forwarding/filtering rate: 148810 packets/sec at 100Mbps
- 10usec latency at 100Mbps
- 16.5W maximum power consumption
- "supports port trunking with flexible load distribution control and VLANs"
- also settings for: broadcast storm filter, MAC table auto aging, MAC table hashing, auto logout time, password, restore system default.

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DSE switch pic




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  Reply # 825098 25-May-2013 02:31
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Haven't been able to get into the management interface on it, might have the wrong serial cable or something. Suspect cable might have been from an old UPS, perhaps not standard, so will find another cable to try. Hasn't been used for ages but the only problem I remember was that I had forgotten password and planned to reset to default, never had problems getting into management console.




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  Reply # 825100 25-May-2013 03:23
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nickb800: Generally speaking, how many (roughly - 5,10,20,40...) PDL-600 plates have you got, how many with keystone adapters?

Havent counted the PDL ones, most have the cover and keystone clip but some not. Probably have 30 to 50 I guess. Let me know how many doubles and singles you need and I will check if short of covers or clips. They are very second hand though.




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  Reply # 825137 25-May-2013 09:54
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webwat: Thats very temporary... normally only used for cameras etc where the camera is fixed so the cable never moves. Will get pretty confusing if theres more than 10 or so cables but make sure u label each cable at both ends anyway. And use "solid" plugs on solid cable... Good luck!


Getting a professional organisation to do it for me. And it's temporary - 6 weeks while we vacate floor to allow for earthquake strengthening work and then we remove all the cabling. Was trying to save on bits and decided we didn't need them for the time we would be on the floor.




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  Reply # 825145 25-May-2013 10:20
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Hey I'm after 4 or 5 double plates (with jacks) and flush mount boxes.
Am in Dunedin




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  Reply # 825163 25-May-2013 12:18
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webwat:
nickb800: Generally speaking, how many (roughly - 5,10,20,40...) PDL-600 plates have you got, how many with keystone adapters?

Havent counted the PDL ones, most have the cover and keystone clip but some not. Probably have 30 to 50 I guess. Let me know how many doubles and singles you need and I will check if short of covers or clips. They are very second hand though.


PDL 600 series clip on covers (and other brands) are generally easy to find at second hand building supplies businesses.




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danielfaulknor: Hey I'm after 4 or 5 double plates (with jacks) and flush mount boxes.
Am in Dunedin


Hi Daniel, You don't mind if they are a bit faded or have paint around edges? so Cat5 jacks ok or you need Cat5e?




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  Reply # 825219 25-May-2013 14:36
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lchiu7:
webwat: Thats very temporary... normally only used for cameras etc where the camera is fixed so the cable never moves. Will get pretty confusing if theres more than 10 or so cables but make sure u label each cable at both ends anyway. And use "solid" plugs on solid cable... Good luck!


Getting a professional organisation to do it for me. And it's temporary - 6 weeks while we vacate floor to allow for earthquake strengthening work and then we remove all the cabling. Was trying to save on bits and decided we didn't need them for the time we would be on the floor.


Yes I agree, the idea of putting outlets is to make the permanent cabling a bit more permanent. For 6 weeks I would just plug the cables directly for anything that can't survive on wireless.




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