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#7704 - 02/16/02 06:53 PM Definition of "structured wiring"?
Chris Rudolph Offline
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What is the meaning of "structured wiring"?
I apologize in advance if this was the subject of an earlier post.I missed it.

Chris
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#7705 - 02/16/02 08:19 PM Re: Definition of "structured wiring"?
Jim M Offline
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Loc: Chestertown, MD, USA
Chris,

This typically refers to wiring for voice/data/CATV and networking. The unofficial standard seems to be 2 CAT5E, 2 RG6, and possibly fiber. This is all run in a home run pattern from each outlet to a centrally located distribution panel.
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#7706 - 02/17/02 09:15 AM Re: Definition of "structured wiring"?
Chris Rudolph Offline
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Jim,
Thanks for the reply.

Chris
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