[EDIT: Wiring diagram to connect PAP2 to RC2a and E20B doorphone can be found HERE]
I had initially put in a bid to install a rack mount for the patch panel and network equipment. The customer decided that they wanted everything on a shelf. CAT5 runs to 9 locations, each location, except one, has 2 CAT5 drops. Since I used 2-12 port patch panels I labeled one panel "A" and one panel "B" and punched down each location with the same jack number on each panel.
The monitor has been wall mounted, but has not been photographed (as of yet). The customer provided the hardware for the door phone, but all other hardware is new. There is nearly 2,000 ft. of wire run on this install with very little excess.
Awaiting electrician bringing power to the network shelf, and for the cable company to install the cable modem. DSL jack was pre-wired to NID, but likely will not initially be used.
|I wanted to install a rack mount, but the customer wanted a shelf.|
Monitor has since been mounted, have not photographed yet.
Network equipment not yet installed awaiting electrician and internet service.
|2 - 12 port patch panels.|
Viking RC2A door controller.
Duplex jack for DSL and door phones.
|4 output camera power supply.|
|Each location has 2 CAT5 jacks.|
To right wall mounted jack.
To left cabling pulled with electrical conduit on brick wall, surface mount jack.
Wires have since been strapped to conduit.
|One of the 4 cameras.|
|E-20B door phone.|
UPDATE: 9/1/11 Got another photo of the completed network shelf and mounted monitor.
|Everything installed - going to need an additional switch.|
Still awaiting DSL and Cable modem installation,
oh... and my payment.