Bud Industries Inc. has introduced a colocation cabinet, available in two-section and three-section styles. The cabinets will accommodate most manufacturers' hubs, routers, and other communication equipment
Bud Industries Inc. has introduced a colocation cabinet, available in two-section and three-section styles. The cabinets will accommodate most manufacturers' hubs, routers, and other communication equipment. Each section has a lockable, perforated rear door, and a lockable, ventilated see-through front door. Cable access ports in the top connect to individually secured cable ducts, with two ducts per section. The 36-inch-deep cabinets include perforated steel side panels and a rear door for airflow. Each section has two pairs of adjustable L-shaped panel-mounting rails, with mounting holes on Extended Industry Standard universal spacing.
BUD INDUSTRIES INC.
The OmniLink Contractor Training Series offered by Thomas & Betts addresses voice/data/video installations for copper and fiber-optic applications. Each self-paced CD-ROM course, which incorporates both audio and full-motion video instruction, lets contractors, distributors, and specifiers complete eight hours of classroom training at their own speed, whether at home, in the office, or on a job site. Current titles include Structured Cabling Systems, Cat 5/5E Cabling Series, Fiber-Optics Cabling Series, and Gigabit Cabling Systems.
THOMAS & BETTS CORP.
Cable tray system
Cablofil Inc.'s CF 150 is an under-floor cable management system, featuring a 6-inch-deep tray with 18- and 20-inch widths that fit in raised access floor systems with 24 inches on center posts. A 2x4 wire grid supports the wires evenly and allows dropout without a cutting tray. Available in 10-inch lengths, the tray comes in electro zinc, hot-dipped galvanized, black, red, yellow, and grey finishes. The tray is a wire-mesh system constructed of welded-steel wire. With the ability to handle 90° turns, twist around obstructions, and make multiple level changes, the company says the CF 150 tray can adapt to a variety of configurations.
ST. LOUIS, MO
Cabling system for modular furniture
Krone Inc.'s DataThing Panel-to-Panel Cabling System is available in a variety of Haworth modular furniture systems. When restructuring with DataThing, all cable and components are designed to be re-used. The system features a modular backbone, which lets components be easily connected when installed, disconnected, or reconnected when restructuring. An in-feed box, individual backbone cables, and plug-able outlet taps are also included; all feature a one-way, snap-together device that enables installation without tools. The cabling system meets Commercial Building Telecommunications Cabling Standards and Cat 5E unshielded twisted-pair requirements.