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This document is intended to provide general guidance on LAN cabling infrastructure design installation good. practices and for compliance to NCS warranty application requirements It is not meant to serve as the only. reference for installations requirements or be a substitute for applicable training requirements. For further advice or support regarding installation queries please contact the Nexans Cabling Solutions Technical. Support department on info ncs nexans com, For more information on products please contact your local Nexans Cabling Solutions Sales office or visit. www nexans com LANsystems, Table of Contents, 1 Nexans installation guides. 2 Nexans Toolkit 4, 3 Installation Standards 5, 4 Understanding the Standards 7. Pathways 10, Pathway systems 10, Fire barriers 11, Power Segregation 13. Cable Management on tray Basket 16, 5 Cabling Structures 19.
5 1 General 19, Customer premises Building 20, Data Centres 20. 5 2 Cabling Architecture in Buildings and Data Centres 22. Channel and permanent link 22, Complete Premise configurations 23. Data Centres configuration 25, 5 3 Horizontal subsystem channel configurations 26. 2 connector channel Interconnect TO model 26, 3 connector channel with Consolidation Point CP Interconnect CP TO model 26. 3 connector channel with presentation panel Crossconnect TO model 27. 4 connector channel with CP and presentation panel Crossconnect CP TO model 28. 5 4 Link and Channel length limitations 29, 3 4 connector channels length 29.
Link length limitations 31, Important note 31, Extended application drive distances. 5 5 General installation recommendations 36, 5 6 Cable storage handling 41. 6 Cable constructions and typical NVP values 44, 6 1 NVP guide 44. 6 2 Twisted Pair Cable constructions 46, 7 Termination of Connectors 47. 8 Field testing 50, 8 1 Copper Field Testing Procedures 52.
8 2 Certified Cable Testers per Manufacturer supported systems and Limits 52. 8 3 Certified able Testers for Copper 53, Agilent Technologies Wirescope Pro 53. Fluke Networks DTX LT 1200 1800 54, Fluke Networks DSX 5000 55. Ideal Industries LanTek 7 7G LanTek II 1000 56, Ideal Industries LanTek 6 6A Lantek II 350 500 57. JDSU NGC 4500 Certiifer40G 58, Psiber Data Wirexpert 4500 59. 8 4 Fibre Field Testing Procedures 60, 8 5 Testing General Rules 61.
General rules 61, More specific testing requirements for copper links 61. More specific testing requirements for Fibre Links 61. 8 6 What to do with the results when applying for Warranty Certification 62. Copper System Submissions 62, Fibre Systems Submissions 62. 1 Nexans Installation Guides, Cabling Standards have been developed over the years to ensure the consistency of the installation quality. irrespective of the cabling manufacturer, Certain elements of the installation are cable vendor product specific such as cable bend radii of the cable. and component assembly detail In these instances the Standards refer to the cabling manufacturers product. instructions, For Nexans products please see the relevant data sheets for specific details.
Nexans product database click here, For Nexans installation and design guidelines please see relevant documents for specific details. Nexans installation guides click here, Note Registration on our website which is easy may be required to gain access to some of the. documentation, Individual countries use specific Standards Some regions use a hybrid of them so depending on your location. the relevant Standards shall be followed It is important to always check for the latest versions of Standards as. they are constantly being updated, Additional national local regulations can also apply e g regarding power separation requirements. In all instances where the national local regulations exceed Nexans requirements the national local. regulations must take priority, 2 Nexans Toolkit, The Nexans Installation Toolkit is a software application which assists the user in the planning design and.
installation of LAN infrastructure in respect of the latest Standards. It currently consists of 6 tools and supports 12 languages English Dutch French German Spanish Russian. Turkish Swedish Norwegian Chinese Korean and South African. Power Segregation Calculator, The distance to be respected between copper LAN and power cables depends on a number of factors such as. the current phase number of circuits but also the type of LAN cable. This tool assists the user in calculating the minimum distance to be respected according to the rules described in. Horizontal Link Length Calculator, Generally the maximum channel length is 100m but this will reduce when using more complex configurations. e g 3 and 4 connector models, This tool will be of assistance when designing the layout of the LAN copper cabling throughout a building as it. calculates the maximum fixed link length currently this is based on Standards requirements. Cable Tray Fill Calculator, The Cable Tray Fill Calculator is designed to assist in working out of the amount of cables that would fit in a. cable tray basket depending on the diameter of the cable the size of the pathway and the preferred maximum. fill percentage, Stacking Height Calculator, The EN50174 2 limits the stacking height for cable pathway systems that provide non continuous support e g.
basket ladders or hooks, This tool will assist the user in defining that maximum height. Fibre Cable Selection Tool, Which type of fibre and or cable construction to choose is determined by parameters such as the application. you will run the link length environmental conditions. The Fibre Cable Selection Tool will guide the user through a number of questions and then provides a list of NCS. FO cables which meet these parameters as well as a direct link to the data sheet. NVP Delta Calculator, Handheld testers rely on the nominal velocity of propagation of the cable to determine length measurement If. NVP is not set correctly a less accurate length measurement is calculated by the tester. This tool calculates the effect of an incorrect NVP on the measured length compared to the physical length. The Toolkit software can be freely downloaded here. Easy registration is required, 3 Installation Standards. Detailed below are the most commonly applicable Standards although this is not a complete list for example. EN50174 1 has 14 normative references that need to be read in conjunction with the standard for full reference. EN 50173 1 2011 Information technology Generic cabling systems. Part 1 General requirements, EN 50173 2 2007 A1 2010 Information technology Generic cabling systems.
Part 2 Office premises, EN 50173 3 2007 A1 2010 Information technology Generic cabling systems. Part 3 Industrial premises, EN 50173 4 2007 A2 2012 Information technology Generic cabling systems. Part 4 Home, EN 50173 5 2007 A2 2012 Information technology Generic cabling systems. Part 5 Data Centres, EN 50173 6 2014 Information technology Generic cabling systems. Part 6 Distributed building services, EN 50174 1 2009 A1 2011 Information technology Cabling installation.
Part 1 Specification and Quality Assurance, EN 50174 1 2009 A1 2011 Information technology Cabling installation. Part 2 Installation planning and practices inside buildings. EN 50174 3 2013 Information technology Cabling installation. Part 3 Installation planning and practices outside buildings. EN 50310 2010 Application of equipotential bonding and earthing in buildings. with information technology equipment, EN 50346 2002 A2 2009 Information technology Generic cabling systems. Testing of installed cabling, ISO 11801 edition 2 2 2011 Information Technology. Generic Cabling for customer premises, 3 Installation Standards. Detailed below are the European Standards requirements and recommendations that specified the design. planning procurement integration installation operation and maintenance of facilities and infrastructures of. Data Centers, EN 50600 1 2012 Information technology Data Centre facilities and infrastructures.
Part 1 General concepts, EN 50600 2 1 2013 Information technology Data Centre facilities and infrastructures. Part 2 1 Building construction, EN 50600 2 2 2013 Information technology Data Centre facilities and infrastructures. Part 2 2 Power distribution, EN 50600 2 3 2013 Information technology Data Centre facilities and infrastructures. Part 2 3 Environmental control, EN 50600 2 4 draft Information technology Data Centre facilities and infrastructures. Part 2 4 Telecommunications cabling infrastructure. EN 50600 2 5 draft Information technology Data Centre facilities and infrastructures. Part 2 5 Security systems, EN 50600 2 6 draft Information technology Data Centre facilities and infrastructures.
Part 2 6 Management and operational information, 3 Installation Standards. BS 6701 2010 Telecommunications equipment and telecommunications cabling. Specification for installation operation and maintenance. BS 7671 2008 A1 2011 Requirements for electrical installations. IEE Wiring Regulations 17th edition, ANSI TIA EIA 606 B 2011 Administration Standard for Commercial Telecommunications. Infrastructure, ANSI TIA 568 C 0 2012 Generic Telecommunications Cabling for Customer Premises. ANSI TIA 568 C 1 2012 Commercial Building Telecommunications Cabling Standard. ANSI TIA 568 C 2 2012 Balanced Twisted Pair Telecommunications Cabling and. Components Standards, ANSI TIA 568 C 3 2012 Optical Fibre Cabling Components Standard. ANSI TIA 569 C 2013 Commercial Building Standard for Telecommunications. Pathways and Spaces, ANSI TIA 942 A 2012 Telecommunications Infrastructure Standard for Data Centres.
ANSI TIA EIA 570 Commercial Building Grounding and Bonding Requirements for. Telecommunications, 4 Understanding the Standards, Standards are written as statement of requirements and there is no explanation on how to achieve the. requirements, The Standards define requirements in two ways those that are mandatory by using word SHALL and those. that need consideration or are best practice with the word SHOULD. EN50174 1 2009 A1 2011, 4 2 5 Cabinets frames and racks. 4 2 5 1 Requirements, The location of cabinets frames and racks shall. d Provide a minimum clearance of 1 2m on all faces where access is. 4 2 5 2 Recommendations, The layout of cabinets frames and racks and the closures and information.
technology equipment within them should be planned to ensure that the length. of cords is optimised and, c Adequate space has been allocated to the provision of horizontal and. vertical routing and dressing fixtures for cables and cords. 4 Understanding the Standards, The international Standards divide an installation into phases with different elements applicable during each. Phase Standard applicable Parts, 5 2 Common bonding network CBN within a building. Building design EN50310 3 3 AC distribution system and bonding of the protective conductor TN S. 6 Bonding networks, 4 Structure, 5 Channel performance. EN 50173 series except 7 Cable requirements, EN 50173 4 8 Connecting hardware requirements.
9 Requirements for cord and jumpers, A Link performance limits. 4 and 5 Structure, 6 Channel performance, 8 Cable requirements. EN 50173 4, 9 Connecting hardware requirements, 10 Requirements for cords and jumpers. A Link performance limits, 4 Requirements for specifying installations of information technology cabling. Specification EN 50174 1, 5 Requirements for installers of information technology cabling.
4 Requirements for planning installations of information technology cabling. EN 50174 2 6 Segregation metallic information technology cabling and mains power cabling. 7 Electricity distribution systems and lightning protection. EN 50174 3 All, EN 50310 for 5 2 Common bonding CBN network within a building. equipotential bonding 6 3 AC distribution system and bonding of the protective conductor TN S. 5 Requirements for the installation of information technology cabling. 6 Segregation metallic information technology cabling and mains power cabling. 8 Office commercial premises, EN 50174 2, 9 Industrial premises. 11 Data Centres, Installation, EN 50174 3 All, EN 50310 for 5 2 Common bonding CBN network within a building. equipotential bonding 6 3 AC distribution system and bonding of the protective conductor TN S. 4 General requirements, EN 50346 5 Test parameters for balanced cabling. 6 Test parameters for optical fibre cabling, Operation EN 50174 1 4 Requirements for specifying installations of information technology cabling.
4 Understanding the Standards, All Nexans installations shall be completed in accordance with IAW the relevant Standards If any doubt. exists please contact your local Nexans representative for guidance. Listed below are some of the main topics that Nexans are often asked to comment on All installations shall. adhere to the following sections of EN 50174 2 2009 A1 2011. EN50174 2 2009 A1 2011 sections 4 3 4 4 4 5 5 6 refer. TIA 569 C 2013 refers, Pathways Pathway Systems Cabinets. This subject is referred to in all phases of the installation and is covered in multiple standards. Key topics are, Correct separation from power circuits including lights. Cable Management Systems capacity and suitability for the chosen product. General Installation Guide BS 6701 2010 Telecommunications equipment and telecommunications cabling adhere to the following sections of EN 50174 2 2009

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