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Tuesday, July 14, 2015

pre-wiring office network, camera, and door buzzer wiring.

Pre-wired this office, about 30 wires, in about 3 hours by my self. If I hadn't taken the time to strap everything so neatly I could have been done in 2 hours. 
Pulled wires behind beams and strapped them up.
Wiring set up for double CAT 5 jacks at each drop, 2 door phones and door latches, 6 cameras, and 3 monitors.
Wires strapped by ceiling, behind wall beams.
Loop where the enclosed rack is going to be mounted
Wires strapped to center of beams,
so when ceiling is installed wire isn't damaged by screws.
Wires strapped to beam,
to protect from being screwed into when walls go up.
There is a window going into this wall, so wires are run low here.
wires strapped center of beams and going down walls.
wide angle of wiring run center of beams.
strapped to beam to prevent screws from damaging wire.



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