EQUIPO 2. EQUIPO 2. Cabling system components. EQUIPO 2. The cable. Horizontal Cables.
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Cabling system components
ANSI/TIA/EIA-569-A Commercial Building Telecommunications Pathways and Spaces Standard for concealing, protecting, and routing your cable plant.
Must be electrically grounded per the ANSI/TIA/EIA-607 CommercialBuildingGrounding and Bonding Requirements for Telecommunications.
Conduit is pipe. It can be metallic or nonmetallic, rigid or flexibleand it runs from a work area to a wiring closet.
Only40 percentfull by your current cable needs. Conduit should only be filled to a maximum of 60 percent, so this margin leaves you with room for future growth.
Cable trays are typically wire racks specially designed to support the weight of a cable infrastructure.
Cables simply lie within the tray, so they are very accessible when it comes to maintenance and troubleshooting.
Raceways are special types of conduits used for surface mounting horizontal cables are mountedonthe outside of a wall in places where cable is not easily installed inside the wall.
As with raceways, fiber-protection systems are special types of conduits and cable-management systems designed specifically to address the special protection needs of optical-fiber cable.
Although maintaining is important for all cable media, cable will eventual signal loss, which translates to lost data, troubleshooting, downed network connections, and lost productivity.
wall-mount rack with cable management
Shelves available for 19-inch racks
A fiber-optic connector panel
A consolidation point
NOTE. Network administrators should be judged by the neatness of their wiring closets.