110 wiring blocks are commonly used for distributing telephone lines in homes and offices. This post will show you how to install the 110 wiring block with the 25-pair voice grade cable.
Before the installation, we should first prepare the related tools which are demonstrated in the following table:
|Wire Stripper||A small, hand-held device used to strip the electrical insulation from electric wires.|
|110 Punch Down Tool||It is used for inserting wire into insulation-displacement connectors on punch down blocks, patch panels, keystone modules and surface mount boxes.|
|110 Multi-Pair Impact Tool||It is designed to seat 110 connecting blocks on 110 wiring blocks.|
|110 Connecting Block||It is a color coded block used on 110 wiring blocks, terminating the runs of on-premises wiring in a structured cabling system.|
Generally, there are five steps to complete the 110 wiring block installation. This part will give a detailed information on each step.
First of all, the 110 wiring block shall be screwed onto a panel or a wall as in the following figure.
In this step, we should first fix the 25-pair cable at the side of the block and strip the jacket of the cable with a stripper. Then run the 25-pair cable into the entry of the block (as shown in the following figure).
It is known to us that the copper wire shall be organized according its color code. The following table shows the 25 combinations of 25-pair cable, demonstrating the color for each wire and the pair number:
|25-Pair Color Code|
|Pair||Images||Major Color||Minor Color|
After organizing the wires, we may use the cutting blade on a 110 punch down tool to punch down the wires from left to right in accordance with the above mentioned 25-pair color code.
The 110 multi-pair impact tool is needed to install the 110 connecting block onto the wiring block. Firstly, we should insert the 110 connecting block into the head of 110 multi-pair impact tool. Then carefully align the 110 connecting block over the wiring base and seat the connecting block.
Note: The 110 connecting blocks shall be the combination of five 4-pair connecting blocks and one 5-pair connecting block, or seven 3-pair connecting blocks and one 4-pair connecting block.
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