DIN mount for RJ45 CAT6A Keystone core

by fma, published

DIN mount for RJ45 CAT6A Keystone core by fma Mar 7, 2013
0 Share
Download All Files

Thing Apps Enabled

Order This Printed View All Apps


Use This Project

Give a Shout Out

If you print this Thing and display it in public proudly give attribution by printing and displaying this tag.

Print Thing Tag

Thing Statistics

4170Views 1159Downloads Found in Electronics


This is a DIN mount for this RJ45 CAT6A Keystone core:


Should be easily adapted for other Keystone cores.


  • print each side of the mount;
  • insert the core (with the cable already attached);
  • use four 3x15mm wood (or, better, plastic) screws with chamfer to assemble the 2 parts;
  • clip on DIN rail
  • insert cord

This version works fine. I will update the pictures soon.

More from Electronics

view more

All Apps

3D Print your file with 3D Hubs, the world’s largest online marketplace for 3D printing services.

App Info Launch App

This App connects Thingiverse with Makeprintable, a cloud-based mesh repair service that analyzes, validates and repairs most common mesh errors that can occur when preparing a 3D design file for p...

App Info Launch App

Kiri:Moto is an integrated cloud-based slicer and tool-path generator for 3D Printing, CAM / CNC and Laser cutting. *** 3D printing mode provides model slicing and GCode output using built-in...

App Info Launch App
KiriMoto Thing App

With 3D Slash, you can edit 3d models like a stonecutter. A unique interface: as fun as a building game! The perfect tool for non-designers and children to create in 3D.

App Info Launch App

Do you think that this will work with Cat 5e Keystone jacks ?

fma - in reply to brainey

Mmm, not really sure. Each brand has a different shape, so you may have to adapt it. Do you have a link of the connectors you plan to use?

Are you planning to add pins or a sliding lock to remove the screws?

fma - in reply to Roach

I only plan to use 4 screws instead of 5...

Using only pins will require to glue the 2 parts; and a sliding lock is more complicated. Do you have something in mind?