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Tuesday, December 15, 2015

An even larger CAT6 network install (Part 1) rack and ladder installed.

This install was put onto hold even before the other "large CAT6 network install" was started. 
All of the cabling had been pulled at this location before we started that other large install, but work at this site was put on hold.


Finally we were able to get back to working on this network. It consists of over 400 wire runs for VoIP, PC, IP cameras, speakers, monitors, door bells and card readers


We installed a 15u wall mount rack to install the NVR and IP camera network. 


We also installed a full 4 post rack where all of the patch panels and switches for the VoIP and PC networks are going to be located. 


We currently have a single ladder coming across the top of the racks, but will likely add a second rack to install servers on. All access control units will be mounted to one of the walls. The entire room has plywood walls behind the sheetrock. 

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