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J Hooks for Cable Support Systems: How Much Do You Know?

Cable support systems including cable tray, raceway and J Hooks (i.e. J Hook fastens) support cables from the telecommunications room to a work area. Among them, J Hooks are a flexible, efficient and economical solution for support especially when cables are required to install in confined areas that cannot accommodate cable trays or raceways. This post is about the basic knowledge of J Hook since a good understanding of J Hook may help users make the best use of it and get a reliable cabling. ...
Posted on October 20, 2016 By FS.COM
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Proper Cable Labeling Guidelines

Cable labeling is an essential work. Every cable you installed should be labeled. Because labeling can not only save you lots of time on troubleshooting but also can save the cost of moves, adds, and changes to the system. Labeling network cables is not difficult, but it needs time and patience. Many people seem to ignore this job and don’t know how to do the proper cable labeling. This article will introduce you the detailed information. Cable Schedule Design and Cable Identification Tips ...
Posted on September 29, 2016 By FS.COM
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Understand IP67 Connector Rating for Waterproof Fiber Patch Cables

It’s known to us that concentration of water moisture in fiber connectors will lead to glass damage and severely affect the performance of optical cables. To prevent fiber from contaminating by water is a critical concern in outdoor cabling. Luckily, with the advent of IP67 waterproof fiber connector, excellent water protection can be offered to fiber optic cable. Basics of IP67 Waterproof Fiber Cables For IP67 waterproof fiber patch cable, the “IP” here is the abbreviation of “Ingress Pro...
Posted on September 28, 2016 By FS.COM
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Do You Know About Optical TAP (Traffic Access Point) Cassettes?

The need for real-time network traffic monitoring in today’s intelligent data center has become compelling. Data center network administrators need to gain better visibility of their networks, optimize the performance of mission-critical applications and, more importantly, secure their networks. Optical traffic access point (TAP) cassettes are hardware tools that allow you to monitor your network, which make a 100% copy of your network’s data allowing your monitoring tools to see every bit, byte...
Posted on September 7, 2016 By FS.COM
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Data Center Server Rack Wiki: Definition, Types and Buying Guide

With the increasing need for computing power and space in data centers, server rack is often used to achieve high density. The proper use of data center server racks can facilitate a consolidation of different network equipment in an organized, safe and efficient manner. There are many types of data center server racks to choose from, but which one is the most suitable for you? What Is A Server Rack in Data Center? The server rack is a framework used for accommodating data center IT equipm...
Posted on August 31, 2016 By FS.COM
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Cable Ties – Easy and Affordable Solution for Cable Management

Cable ties are one of the most common and useful bits of kit in the toolbag, from the professional contractor to the DIY hobbyist. It's probably a given that we've all used a cable tie at some point in our life. Cable ties are versatile, economical, and easy to use, which has become a great solution for keeping cords, wires, and even hoses contained. Proper cable ties not only provide life-long and dependable services but also promote perfect cable management. Types of Cable Ties Cable tie...
Posted on August 24, 2016 By FS.COM
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Which Type of Rack Mount Fiber Enclosures Should You Choose?

Fiber enclosure, as a general term for the hardware that are used to house, organize, manage and protect fiber optic cables in fiber optic cabling and terminations, is widely used in various fields, e.g. data centers, FTTx (Fiber to the x/Fiber to the Home) and CATV (Cable TV). For rack mount cabling applications in data center, rack mount enclosure is usually used. According to different configurations, there are various fiber enclosure types available in the market. So, which type should be us...
Posted on August 23, 2016 By FS.COM
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How to Install Slide-Out Rack Mount Fiber Enclosure

Slide-out rack mount fiber enclosure is gradually becoming the most commonly used cabling products, especially for high density cabling environments like data center and server room. Compared with traditional fixed fiber patch enclosure, slide-out fiber enclosure can provide easy access to the inner cabling and solid protection for fiber optic cables. The slide drawer of a slide-out fiber enclosure, which holds the fiber optic cables, can be easily pulled out from the rack without affecting othe...
Posted on August 17, 2016 By FS.COM
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Pre-terminated Cabling System for Data Center Structured Cabling

Field termination has been widely used during the deployment of data center in the past years. However, with the data center increasingly depending on high-density cabling, traditional field termination methods will result in extended deployment time, higher installation costs and increased downtime. To solve these issues, pre-terminated cabling system, which can accelerate the installation process, reduce costs and errors, is introduced to the data center structured cabling system. What’s Da...
Posted on July 28, 2016 By FS.COM