RJ-45 connecter broke- need color coding.

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[SUP]My connector jack got broken, need to replace. I cut the wire. There are 6 wires that need connected to replace. I need the correct wiring diagram.

Please email me. stevejefferies@yahoo.com
There are 6 wires, green,yellow, white blue, purple and black?
My model is POE.

I have the Huisun 10x ptz camera.

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Clearly manufacturing defect :)

There is was someone else who replaced this before, search this forum, might be able to find it.
 

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[SUP]My connector jack got broken, need to replace. I cut the wire. There are 6 wires that need connected to replace. I need the correct wiring diagram.

Please email me. stevejefferies@yahoo.com
There are 6 wires, green,yellow, white blue, purple and black?
My model is POE.

I have the Huisun 10x ptz camera.

thanks.
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From your picture - it almost looks like the jack is about out of the main housing connector. If you are able to remove it you should be able to see the pin connections yourself. If you can not get it to pull away you could use some side cuts to cut the connector - where there is already that hard cut/gash on the ribbed portion. Then you should be able to pull the connector away and see the layout to the back of the connector.
 

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I think its color code order: yellow, green , blue, white, bro, purple, but not sure on the pins. it was broke and I cannot tell any help. I sent an email to the company, maybe they will send me a new cable.

thanks. If not I will be buying a new camera. Price of wire 1.00 vs 130.00. Damm I need some help guys.

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I'd use a multi-meter set to Ohms to test for continuity between the pins on one side and the wires on the other.
although that may not work if those connections have been severed by whatever mashed that jack...
 

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don't have one, can anyone else help. Please I don't have another 130. to give away. You guys are more experts then I am since I am new to this. thank you
 

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don't have one, can anyone else help. Please I don't have another 130. to give away. You guys are more experts then I am since I am new to this. thank you I can mail my camera to anyone that can help. If interested please email or pm your address.

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don't have one, can anyone else help. Please I don't have another 130. to give away. You guys are more experts then I am since I am new to this. thank you I can mail my camera to anyone that can help. If interested please email or pm your address.

thanks.
If you dont want to do the work yourself take it to an electrical shop. Its a simple test. You have the wires on one end and just test each pin and see what wire it corresponds to. I'm simply curious on how this happened.
 

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don't have one, can anyone else help. Please I don't have another 130. to give away. You guys are more experts then I am since I am new to this. thank you I can mail my camera to anyone that can help. If interested please email or pm your address.

thanks.
For what it would cost to ship to someone else you could buy one of these to test it yourself. $5.00

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0025PK724?keywords=continuity tester&qid=1456843388&ref_=sr_1_2&sr=8-2
 

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Looks like the guard dog at the warehouse chewed it.im no expert but I was gonna say to crimp it male connector and use female to female adaptor.but I looked at chart and I don't see a purple or yellow on it.im stumped myself :s


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yeah, that's the standard, but the unit in question doesn't use the standard colors, so not useful here.

@steve9380 have you tried contacting whoever you bought it from? I'm sure Monica would at least make an effort to get you that pinout, if you bought it from them...
 

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I would send them the pic


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I would send them the pic


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That picture serves no propose to this discussion, even sending it to the manufacture. All that shows is the B standard wiring configuration. The majority of products on the market do NOT use standard Cat5e cable. The cable is made up of yellows, blacks, purples, reds, etc. Your posted pictures will not assist in this matter. The best resolution which has been stated above is to tone each cable to the pin placement.

For example - Garmin GPS receivers we use for tracking use the following color code Red, Black, Yellow, Aqua, White, Gray, Green, Purple... You'll notice these do not match anything you posted. Not trying to be rude, just this has been mentioned mult times above and the pics in the OP even show that the wire colors are not cat5 standards. Also there is no reason for a male end then using female to female - simply use a single keystone jack (female) and you have replaced what you had.
 
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If you don't have a meter or continuity tester you can devise a small bulb, something like a flashlight bulb, and hook it to a battery, essentially like a continuity tester. Tape a wire to the (+) of a small battery and the other end of the wire to the bottom of the bulb. Then tape another wire to the (-) of the battery and the other end to the side of the bulb. Make sure the bulb lights up. Now cut one of the wire in half. Use that cut ends and touch the cable from the broken jack and the pins on the jack. Write down the pin# that correspond to the color wire and buy a Keystone Jack and connect wires on the camera to this jack the same way.
 
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I thought I remembered seeing a post somewhere on this forum where someone had to replaced a rusted ethernet jack and he shared the wiring information on replacing the jack. I will see if I can located it and link it in this post.

Bill
 

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I thought I remembered seeing a post somewhere on this forum where someone had to replaced a rusted ethernet jack and he shared the wiring information on replacing the jack. I will see if I can located it and link it in this post.

Bill
There are several posts but those relate to hikvisions. These may be similar.
 
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