The TrueNet C5eT structured cabling system includes horizontal cable, patch cords, termination blocks, and patch panels, all of which are specifically tuned or impedance-matched to prevent bandwidth loss in local area networks
Cat 5E structured cabling system
The TrueNet C5eT structured cabling system includes horizontal cable, patch cords, termination blocks, and patch panels, all of which are specifically tuned or impedance-matched to prevent bandwidth loss in local area networks. Once the system is installed, active testing equipment is used to document its zero-bit-error data-transmission rate throughout the physical layer. Typical active network specifications for the system are positive and negative amplitude of 0.95 V minimum and 1.05 V maximum, amplitude symmetry of 0.98% minimum and 1.02% maximum, rise time and fall time of 3 nsec minimum to 5 nsec maximum, and jitter of 0% minimum and 1.4% maximum. Passive electrical specifications for a 100-meter channel vary with configuration, but all systems meet or exceed TIA/EIA-568A Category 5E standards.
The Flat Post Standoff secures bundles above or away from adjacent surfaces. The device has a flat profile, enabling its use in enclosures where depth in mounting space may not be available. The standoff has standard EIA mounting-hole spacing, allowing it to be used in network enclosures or in standard open racks. Its cable-tie slot design allows cable or cable bundles to be secured vertically or horizontally. Constructed of a durable nylon material, the standoff can be used in miniature, intermediate, or standard-sized cable ties.
TINLEY PARK, IL
Fiber patch panel
The 2RU Opt-X fiber patch panel is a 31/2-inch-tall rack-mount unit that accommodates up to six mounting plates. The panel supports up to 72 fibers in MT-RJ adapters, or 48 fibers for ST adapters. The unit is constructed of 16-gauge heavy-duty steel with a black painted finish, and features trimmable, self-healing grommets, and dust-resistance at cable egress/ingress points. Dual fiber cable-management rings within the unit ensure safe cable bend radius, and allow storage of up to 3 meters of 900-micron fiber per coupling. The panel has metal or smoked polycarbonate doors and comes with front and rear tilt-up lids that provide unobstructed access to adapters and mounting plates.
LEVITON VOICE & DATA DIV.
The InfoStream multichannel raceway features an elliptical profile, which helps absorb shock if the raceway is inadvertently struck. Its hinged cover can be partially mounted prior to laying cables, and doubles as a ledge to prevent wire and cable from falling out of the raceway during installation. Compatible with the company's single-channel TSR line of raceways, InfoStream offers up to four separate channels for electrical, voice, data, video, or fiber-optic cabling. The raceway is available with an offset elbow that offers a solution for navigating around close corners during installations.