Cat6 Structured Cabling

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Keeping you connected

Cat6 Structured Cabling

Structured Cabling

With the arrival of the NBN, Cat6 structured cabling is now more important than ever before in homes and offices. Allowing network cables to transmit and receive data packets at higher rates of speed.

So what is structured cabling also know as backbone cabling?  Well, in short, its the internal wiring from the MDF (MAIN DISTRIBUTION FRAME) located in the electrical room in an office block or block of units. This is also referred to as the B side or customer cabling from the MDF to an FDF (FLOOR DISTRIBUTION FRAME) located on each floor, which then spreads out to each unit or office and may also terminate onto another krone block or Office distribution frame.

Can also be referred to as Ethernet cabling, network cables or backbone cabling,  technicians will use or refer to these terms used for structured cabling.  Simply put structured cabling consists of copper or fibre wiring run between floors or internal walls.  Allowing connections to your computer, phone, wireless access points, copiers, network storage devices and a whole lot more such as control lighting, TV devices, and security cameras.

CAT 6 structured cabling is widely used is most structure cabling setups,  allowing you to also power devices via POE (POWER OVER ETHERNET).

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ARCS technicians use certified cabling and equipment, which are backed by manufacturer warranties. We work closely with our clients and take time to listen to their requirements, in order to provide the best solutions for their home or business needs.  Every day, we provide Internet & Phone Services to all customers from leading ISP's, who need help in addressing their Cabling needs.

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On the completion of all cabling works our Technicians to provide you with a TCA 1 form detailing work carried out Tech's name and License number to comply with ACMA cabling rules.

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