Firestopping assemblies are designed to meet the ever-changing needs of communications and data cabling. The "re-entrable" firestop system allows owners and contractors to add or remove cables as needed.
Reader Service No. 323
Can one cable do it all? Called "multimedia cable," this standard consists of two Category-5e twisted-pair cables — tested to 200 MHz for voice and data — and two quad-shield RG-6 coaxial cables — tested to 2.4 GHz for video.
Reader Service No. 316
Flexible cable trays
Steel cable trays that bend by hand in any direction — without cutting or clipping — are available for use overhead, direct wall mounted, or installed below raised floors.
Cable Management Solutions.
Reader Service No. 324
Low-voltage mounting brackets offer versatility and secure mounting of Class 2 low-voltage wiring. Designed for new construction, the nonmetallic products can be mounted vertically or horizontally to wood or metal studs.
Reader Service No. 302
Fiber-optic cabling assemblies streamline connecting, deploying and adding capital equipment in data centers and storage-area networks. Factory-terminated and tested, the assemblies enable easier movement and redeployment of routers, servers and racks of disk drives.
Reader Service No. 300
Enhanced Category 6 copper cabling is a multipurpose product that allows the running of numerous networking applications, including Gigabit Ethernet and converging voice, video and data.
Reader Service No. 320
A nonmetallic, flexible corrugated raceway is designed for use in plenum areas to reduce conduit kinks. For fire-safety, the assemblies are made with Kynar for low smoke and flame propagation.
Carlon Lamson & Sessions.
Reader Service No. 322
Fiber-management products and termination kits have been added to the Interlink Cabling System, making it a solution for premises wiring using unshielded twisted pair or fiber-optic cable.
R.S. No. 308
Ten National Electrical Installation Standards go beyond the National Electrical Code to redefine best minimum practices for installing fiber optics as well as other VDV systems.
National Electrical Contractors Association.
Reader Service No. 312
Family of pipe clamps features large contact area for sufficient electrical contact for both ground faults and lightning current.
Harger Lightning Protection.
R.S. No. 327
Behind the products
Training and certification programs back up a line of products for power, voice, data and video systems.
Thomas & Betts.
R.S. No. 313
Two-fiber connector and adapter features a patented built-in prepolished endface technology.
Corning Cable Systems.
Reader Service No. 303
No snags for patches
Patch cords incorporate low-profile strain relief and a snag-resistant feature designed into the connector itself, eliminating the need for bulky, rubber boots.
Reader Service No. 305
Of dust and saboteurs
Voice/data cabinet package is designed to keep network components safe from dust and tampering. The unit is also preconfigured to ease installation and maintenance for a wide range of data and voice applications.
R.S. No. 307
Adding voice and data
Can existing facilities be fitted out with network cabling? Two-hour video provides details on retrofit how-to.
Copper Development Association.
R.S. No. 325
End-to-end enhanced un-shielded twisted-pair copper and fiber-optic horizontal and backbone structured-cabling solutions are accompanied with a compatible cable-management rack.
R.S. No. 314
Angle brackets provide a simple way for contractors to field-assemble proprietary J-hooks to beams or threaded rods for the organization and support cable.
Reader Service No. 309
High-tech questions answered
A distributor's service technicians answer technical questions about VDV systems and solutions for architects, engineers, owners and contractors.
Reader Service No. 311