Client office cabling project May 2016

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Client office network cabling project May 2016
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Tyler Chamberland says:

I wonder how many feet of cable they used. I love how clean and uncluttered it is

Erik says:

honestly they should install a floating ceiling to hide the cables

Leland Clayton says:

Here in Florida the fire stop tubes would of been filled with red fire caulking or foam.

Todd Henry says:

For the exposed cable/fire stop in public view you could use a cable comb to neatly wrap the cables – aesthetics.

F SEVILLA says:

what equipment do you use to do the certification of the lines.

Fraser Manley says:

I’m working on a project for college however I’m struggling to find best practices for how to calculate total drops? like say you have an office of 70 end devices, how do you calculate additional redundancy and expansion? and when it comes to patch panel and switches what would be the best practice for connectivity? (for instance say we use double drops for each device that’s 140 drops into a 140 patch panel ports, would that all be connected to switches? as it seems excessive, or would it just be wired into the switches with the current project load of 70) would really appreciate the advice, cheers.

Eric Goodrich says:

Hi Tom! Thanks for you very helpful videos…
I have a question for you about Cat 6 Compliance… At 4:06 in the video you are talking next to your terminated patch panels. Now it’s not easy to see but it sure looks like the cables have significant untwisting at the termination point. I believe the spec is no more than 13 mm (0.5 in.) of untwist to maintain proper integrity of the signal.
What are your thoughts?
Again, Thank you for your videos!
~e

SCWfan06 says:

Amazing

Jami Susijärvi says:

those patch panels are easy to build and you get cables easily routed, but they are nasty to mantain. If you have problem somewhere in the middle its not nice to dig. Also if one port gets broken its not so easy to fix. Thats why i like modular keystone patch panels.

Karsten N says:

why are u using UTP cable? in germany we always deploy cat6 as a minimum standard. wheres the shielding of the patchfield?

tcntad says:

Cabling looks so satisfying

Gustavo Neves says:

nice cable porn…

Murilo Bertolo says:

Hi, good job! just want to know why using different cables for phone and data?

Edward Samuels says:

Why not use a modular patch panel?

rrrohan2288 says:

my OCD hate that they dont turn the cable ties so the block is not visible

Joseph Morales says:

pretty cool, personally for me i would have used PVC pipe to hide all the cabling and painted them to match the wall

Mike Endsley says:

Damn, very impressive!

P. Wingert says:

Do you also provide a certification document showing that each port was tested and confirmed and have the customer sign off on that document? I would be interested in know more about the documentation , certification and qualification processes that you use.

David Ratkay says:

What did you do career wise before you worked where you work now?

BasedShark says:

So how do you manage to make the ports at the wall incremental? All the videos I’ve seen they just pick a random cable to put on the next patch panel port, so at the wall you have 18 and 34 on the same plate cover, for example.

P. Wingert says:

I would like to see a detailed video on firestop techniques and methods in application.

Tyler Wildman says:

good job!!! that looks good!!!

ThinkEz IT Computer Solutions says:

Nicely done sir. 🙂

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