Platinum Tools Features EZ-SnapJack at InfoComm

Platinum Tools®, a provider of solutions for the preparation, installation, and hand termination of wire and cable, is proud to announce it will feature its popular EZ-SnapJack™ Cat5e and Cat6 self-terminating wall jack during InfoComm 2011, held in Orlando, Fla. from June 15-17 at the Orange County Convention Center, booth 3188.

“With the Platinum Tools EZ-SnapJack, the installer may never need a punchdown tool again for Cat5e and Cat6 wall jack applications,” said Lee Sachs, Platinum Tools, Inc. president and general manager. “The EZ-SnapJack is self-terminating and quickly installs for professional results in a snap. In just a few easy steps, Cat5e and Cat6 cable can be installed without the need of a punchdown tool, making for less work and a more accurate termination and connection.”

The reusable, time-saving EZ-SnapJack has been designed to fit industry standard wall plates and is perfect for new or retrofit commercial network installations. With the EZ-SnapJack, there is no need for eight punch downs and the installer can repair damaged jacks on the spot.

“With the convergence in our marketplace, the EZ-SnapJack allows the low-voltage installer to quickly learn and install a keystone jack correctly each time,” added Sachs. “This will save the installer time and money associated with re-visiting the job site to fix the common problem of poor connector terminations.”

The EZ-SnapJack is available in multiple colors and weighs in at only 0.3 oz. “An included wire guide insures pairs stay in proper order for fast, easy termination,” said Sachs. “Besides a quicker and better result, there are also the added advantages of overall reduced tool cost and a tool bag that weighs less!”

Due to continual product improvement, specs and pricing subject to change without notice.

For more information, call (800) 749-5783, or email info@platinumtools.com.

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