Structured cabling is not a new concept. In both commercial and residential settings, structured cabling provides the necessary link for communications devices. The main difference between then and now is the type of wiring installed.
What types of cable is used in structured cabling?
While each project is unique in its requirements, three primary types of wiring are standard. We use coaxial cable for video distribution, category cable for voice and data communications, and fiber optic provides data, voice and video at the highest available speeds.
Wire management is not just a means for a good-looking installation, but it is necessary to protect your structured cabling investment. Managing wire runs starts at the head end and continues through the wire pull to the end device.
Why is wire management so important?
While equipment can be easily changed, the cabling connecting that equipment would require major renovations to replace. High quality cabling will fail if improperly installed. Imagine if a high profile presentation cannot be given because the system does not function.