D-Link 48-port patch panel
- Port Count: The patch panel would have 48 ports, typically arranged in a standard 19-inch rack-mountable form factor.
- Cable Termination: These panels are designed to terminate Ethernet cables (Cat5e, Cat6, or Cat6a) and provide a central location for connecting them to networking equipment like switches or routers.
- Rack-Mountable: D-Link 48-port patch panels are typically designed to be mounted on standard 19-inch racks, ensuring easy installation and organization of network cabling.
- Keystone Jacks: Patch panels may come with keystone jacks that allow you to insert and secure Ethernet cables. Keystone jacks can be easily replaced if needed.
- Numbered Ports: Ports on the patch panel may be numbered for easy identification and troubleshooting.
- Color Coding: Some patch panels may use color-coding for T568A and T568B wiring standards, making it easier to match cables to the correct ports.
- Shielding: Depending on the model, the patch panel may offer shielding or grounding options to reduce electromagnetic interference (EMI) and maintain signal integrity.
- Compatibility: D-Link patch panels are typically compatible with a wide range of networking standards, including Cat5e, Cat6, and Cat6a, ensuring flexibility in cable types.
- Cable Management: Some models may include built-in cable management features, such as cable management bars or loops, to help keep the cabling neat and organized.
- Labeling: D-Link patch panels may have labeling areas or labels included to identify specific ports or connections.
- Rear Cable Management: Some patch panels have a rear cable management system to help route and secure cables on the back of the panel.