T568B RJ45 WIRING DIAGRAM
T568A and T568B Wiring Schemes -- What's the Difference?
T568 A or T568 B Wiring Schemes- What's the Difference? Based on TIA/EIA-568-B.1-2001, the T568A and T568B wiring schemes define the pinout, or order of connections, for wires in eight-pin modular connector plugs and jacks. The only difference between T568A and T568B is that pairs 2 and 3 (orange and green) are swapped.
Network Cable Connectors | Cat5, Cat6, RJ45 & Fiber Optics
The main similarity between T568A and T568B is that they both provide wiring schemes for terminating twisted-pair copper network cable to 8-position RJ45 jacks and connectors. “8 position” refers to the fact that RJ45 data transmission requires 8 conductors, which are provided by the 4 twisted wire pairs found in the copper-based network
TIA/EIA-568 - Wikipedia
This pinout matches the older AT&T 258A (Systimax) pinout. In the 1990s, when the original TIA/EIA-568 was published, 258A had the most widely installed UTP cabling infrastructure. Many organizations still use T568B out of inertia. The colors of the wire pairs in the cable, in order, are: blue (for pair 1), orange, green, and brown (for pair 4).
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