Terminating MIG + Jack
What is MIG+?
It’s simple. MIG+ is Primus Cable’s very own superior, first-class line of products.
Our MIG+ line is engineered to deliver exceptional performance while streamlining installations. Overall, the MIG+ keystone jack has unparalleled quality. Each of our MIG+ products conforms to EIA/TIA standards and are UL listed and/or ETL verified. At Primus Cable, we aim to meet and exceed industry standards.
MIG+ Keystone Jacks – Our MIG+ jacks utilize Press-Fit Technology to ensure a reliable gas-tight connection for unprecedented performance.
Press-Fit Technology (PFT) is a more reliable connection method that force fits a contact pin into the plate through a printed circuit board. The radial pressure produces a high-quality and gas-tight electrical connection. The small form-factor of our jacks makes them ideal for high-density installations.
In addition, the gold-plated prongs offer ultimate signal transmission clarity. For durability, MIG+ jacks feature phosphor bronze IDC contacts. Phosphor bronze is a very durable alloy with excellent conductivity and outstanding resistance to wear and corrosion. Our MIG+ line also features fire-retardant plastic housing to protect your connection from the elements.
MIG+ Punchdown Tool – This high-quality punch-down tool helps installers connect wires to MIG jacks in a simple squeeze of the handle. It is a time saver for installers connecting cable wires to our line of MIG+ keystone jacks.
MIG+ CAT6 Plenum Cable – Primus Cable’s MIG+ CAT6 Plenum is a UL-listed cable that allows it to be installed on any job with strict code requirements. It tests up to 550 MHz. The cable is a stout 23AWG solid bare copper wire that ensures a low resistance level and robust cable connections. This cable is fully compatible with 10/100/1000Bast-T, 100Base-VG, and Gigabit Ethernet.
How to Terminate MIG+ Jacks :
- Step 1: Seat each wire in place according to the color scheme map.
- Step 2: Position the MIG+ keystone jack in the Punch Down Tool.
- Step 3: Compress the handle, terminate the wires, and cut extra wires.
- Step 4: Remove the jack from the tool snap-on cover, and your termination is complete.