BIX Connector (QCBIX2A) 25 X 2pair

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    BIX Connector (QCBIX2A) 25 X 2pair

    The QCBIX2A Connector Cablek # PNBIX-2A is built using 24 sets of bridged clips (2 clips each). It is used to terminate various facilities where multiples of 2 are required.

    BIX Multiplying Connectors are used to generate multiple outputs from a single input. Construction of these connectors is identical to that of BIX Distribution Connectors, except for the IDC clips which are bridged. BIX Multiplying Connectors are typically used in voice applications. 


    • Robust and installer-friendly design to reduce installation costs
    • High-density connector to reduce installation space requirements 
    • Staggered IDC clips to ensure superior transmission performance
    • Built-in pair splitters to facilitate wire insertion
    • Fully enclosed clips in plastic housing to prevent injuries and protect connections
    • Snap into BIX Mounts for easy insertion and removal
    • Mix and match modular flexibility to accommodate different installation size requirements.


    • Horizontal distribution or equipment terminations in telecommunications rooms and main distribution rooms
    • Interconnection terminations in consolidation points

    TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS   Physical Characteristics   Dimensions (H x W x D) 9.4 x 168.4 x 32.77 mm (0.37 x 6.63 x 1.29 in.)

    • Housing material: fire-retardant thermoplastic rated UL94V-0, beige
    • IDC clip: copper alloy with tin plating over nickel.

    Mechanical Characteristics
    IDC Clip

    • Gas-tight connection — insulation slicing of 22, 24 and 26 AWG (0.64, 0.5 and 0.4 mm) plastic insulated solid copper conductors
    • Durability: 200 insertions of any combination of wire gauge.

    Electrical Characteristics

    • Dielectric strength: 1,000 V RMS at 60 Hz for 1 minute
    • Current rating: 1.5 A maximum
    • Insulation resistance: 100 MΩ minimum between clips
    • Contact resistance: 1 mΩ per contact.


    • Plan the telecommunications room layout prior to ross-connect installation
    • Use the QCBIX1A Connector for terminating multi-pair cables
    • Use the QCBIX1A4 Connector for terminating 4pair cables
    • Label each connector carefully for future reference ad ease of administration
    • Connection made using the BIX Connecting Tool.