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    Re: The Great EduGeek T-Shirt competition of 2006 (Prizes ki

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    Re: The Great EduGeek T-Shirt competition of 2006 (Prizes kindly

    Has anybody ever pointed out that the Patch leads wiring colours are incorrect (sorry to nit pick, just been wiring some panels, patches etc... )

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    They have now lol

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    @john: The wiring is correct for T-568B wiring - you just can't see the hook since it's too awkward to draw. Check out http://yoda.uvi.edu/InfoTech/rj45.htm if you don't believe me! :P

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    Its the wrong way round, pin 1 is w/o, and as the lead only goes in one way you have got Brown on Pin 1, so it just needs a minor modification

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    Like I said, the clip is missing - isn't that the way in schools anyway!?! Besides, the gold bits have to be at the bottom to make the contact!

    I can think of a few people that could insert the cable the wrong way too (funnily enough I would like to give them a demonstration on inserting patch cables into places that they were never intended to be inserted )

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    I still say its wrong as the compression clamp is on top, so it looks wrong to me

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    Re: The Great EduGeek T-Shirt competition of 2006 (Prizes kindly

    :P

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    Re: The Great EduGeek T-Shirt competition of 2006 (Prizes ki

    Quote Originally Posted by Ric_
    Like I said, the clip is missing - isn't that the way in schools anyway!?! Besides, the gold bits have to be at the bottom to make the contact!

    I can think of a few people that could insert the cable the wrong way too (funnily enough I would like to give them a demonstration on inserting patch cables into places that they were never intended to be inserted )
    yeah like where the sun dont shine lol aka in there A$$h0L3 hahaha

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    Re: The Great EduGeek T-Shirt competition of 2006 (Prizes ki

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    hehe - class D_B!

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    Re: The Great EduGeek T-Shirt competition of 2006 (Prizes kindly

    Quote Originally Posted by john
    Its the wrong way round, pin 1 is w/o, and as the lead only goes in one way you have got Brown on Pin 1, so it just needs a minor modification
    Hmm, didn't notice I had done it upside down, used 2 pics thats why :P

    You are indeed looking at the bottom, and yes it should be reversed. I've made enough of the bloody things, I ought to know 8O

    While we are being picky, shouldn't there be an ' at the end of professionals? I left it out as I was only copying what was there, but my brother said it was missing.


    I'll fix it tomorrow when I get around to installing xara after a recent reinstall.

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    Re: The Great EduGeek T-Shirt competition of 2006 (Prizes kindly

    I only noticed it tonight for the 1st time, and i wasn't having a go, its a great logo, very clever. So I really would not worry to much unless somebody uses it as a wiring diagram, but so long as they match at each end its going to work fine.

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    Re: The Great EduGeek T-Shirt competition of 2006 (Prizes kindly

    Quote Originally Posted by john
    I only noticed it tonight for the 1st time, and i wasn't having a go, its a great logo, very clever. So I really would not worry to much unless somebody uses it as a wiring diagram, but so long as they match at each end its going to work fine.
    But its just vector objects, it will take about 10 seconds to fix, I'll just flip it



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