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Telecommunications Room 4 Post Rack
Panduit offers a 4 Post Rack designed for telecommunications room applications.
 
DCIM: Energy and Environmental Mgmt. for Small Data Centers
Enable cost-effective, real-time monitoring, alerting, and management of data center power and environmental information.
 
StrongHold™ Electrical/Network Supports and Fasteners
A reliable, high-quality solution for routing and securing power and communication cabling within commercial and industrial facilities.
 
Aruba Wireless Access Point Enclosure
Features include a RF transparent, locking cover which protects the wireless access point as well as the network endpoint.
 
Wyr-Grid® Overhead Cable Tray Routing System
Contributes to network performance by effectively managing and protecting high-performance communication, computing, and power cables in data centers as well as enterprises.
 
IA Solution: Noise Mitigation Demo
This instructional video spotlights Panduit's Noise Shield and Shielded Wiring Duct.
 
 
PANDUCT® Type NNC Wiring Duct
Panduit introduces PANDUCT® Type NNC Wiring Duct made from halogen free material, per IEC 60754-2,...
 
 


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Opti-Core® IndustrialNet™ Polymer Coated Fiber (PCF) Cables
Opti-Core® IndustrialNet™ Polymer Coated Fiber (PCF) Cables are designed with technicians in mind, and are ideal for installation in harsh, industrial environments. Large diameter, high strength and highly durable graded-index, PCF Cables are suitable for applications that demand high mechanical integrity and reliability. They are easy to prepare and terminate using the LC Connector and PCF Termination Kit. Training takes minutes so it’s suitable for technicians lacking experience with fiber optic cables.

Making Bonding Easier
One of the most essential steps in designing a data center’s bonding and grounding plan is assuring that bonding remains continuous, from equipment to racks and all the way back to the electrical panel. (These same requirements must be met in telecommunications equipment installations, per the Telecommunications Industry Association’s TIA-607-B standard.) This can require careful attention to all points where a connection might be overlooked, or come loose over time.

Data Center Grounding and Bonding is All in the Details
Grounding an electrical system is critical in any facility to protect both people and property against lightning strikes and other dangerous events. Data centers, though, also have operational concerns that make grounding designs critical to their performance. In addition to the catastrophic damage a sudden surge can cause, lower-level events can create electrical noise resulting in faulty data signals and dropped data packets (“packets” are the chunks of data transmitted over a network system).

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