RJ45 Terminal Block to Ethernet Male Plug Adapter
If you need to connect an RJ45 cable (a.k.a Ethernet) to a board with an Ethernet Jack – this adapter will come in very handy! No soldering is required. Just use a slim screwdriver to open up the terminal blocks, slide in your stranded or solid-core wire, and re-tighten. Note that these aren’t recommended for actual Ethernet traffic, especially long term…but for basic power/data distribution, RJ45’s are great!
This is the Ethernet (RJ45) Male Plug Terminal Block. There is a standard RJ45 Ethernet plug on one end, and a screw terminal block on the other.
Please note these are wired using the ‘468b’ connection scheme: RJ45 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8 connects to Screws 3-4-5-2-1-6-7-8