ANSI/TIA/EIA Administration Standard for the. Telecommunications Infrastructure of. Commercial Buildings. Distributed by NDS INFORMATION- TELECOM. This guide is intended to be used as a reference to the application of the. ANSI/ TIA/EIA A Standard. It in no way reflects all the necessary infor-. ANSI TIA EIA – A Guide – English. ANSI / TIA / EIA – A Guide: Administration Standard for the Telecommunications Infrastructure of Commercial Buildings.
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Contact Information Technology Services. There is latitude within the standards to expand or vary implementation, apply more stringent criteria, and to specify organizational guidance on how these standards shall be applied and administered. If this is a design consideration, the number and location of communication outlets will be adjusted accordingly.
Residence halls Install one voice jack per room, one data jack per student, and one cable TV outlet in each room. All infrastructure testing results will be documented. Previously, main and intermediate cross-connects were called main distribution frames MDF and intermediate distribution frames Wnsirespectively.
This document will use the term cross-connect to represent either the main or intermediate cross-connect. This document provides required test values at specific discrete frequencies. Each wiring run must be individually labeled. Paper and electronic copies of all testing documentation is to be provided to Information Technology Services at the conclusion of testing.
In anso cases, the following installation, 066a, component and system industry specifications shall be met or exceeded:. The tray will have a maximum of 8-inch spacing between cable supports and 4-inch sides.
All cable and station wiring that is to be connected to, or disconnected from, the campus communication network must amsi reported to Information Technology Services for approval. This tray will provide a path back to the anzi. In the case of proposed standards, the latest available draft shall be the controlling document. This section is intended to convey the most current information technology infrastructure guidelines for the work areas typically found at a university.
The A Standard allows administrative flexibility to accommodate variations in naming conventions format Sections A2 and A5such as alpha designations for floors.
Infrastructure Cabling and Wiring Standards
Each communication outlet should be located in proximity to a duplex electric outlet to accommodate the need to plug in the electronic equipment using the communication 606aa. Cables shall be run in a uniform fashion and shall not be woven among other utilities.
Note that room identifiers typically use the first character s position to specify floor s. Fiber optic cable shall have at least 30 feet of additional cable slack on each end upon entering the cross-connect room.
The reader shall consult the Authority Having Jurisdiction gia applicable codes that may impact the use of this Standard. Laboratories As a minimum, install one single wall phone outlet and one duplex data communication outlet.
Graduate student offices One duplex communication outlet for every 75 square feet of space. Infrastructure Cabling and Wiring Standards. Basket tray is now acceptable, as long as, it has 4 inch sides. Electrical tis Although the electrical load is minimal most devices draw less than 1 ampevery component requires electrical service: Cable tray, conduit sor sleeved holes that provide this path are acceptable.
Each wia position on every wall plate is sequentially lettered A, B, anwi, left to right, then top to bottom. Faculty or staff offices Two duplex data communications outlets jacks for offices with fixed walls of square feet or more are required.
Call the assistance center at Libraries Libraries will be wired in accordance with the size of the room and need for communication. All UTP cable and patch cordage shall be swept-tested through a prescribed frequency range. Cables shall be secured at every corner.
Two categories of criteria are specified; mandatory and advisory. In all cases, the following installation, documentation, component and system industry specifications znsi be met or exceeded: Rooms with more than square feet should have two duplex communication outlets.
Conduit specifications Conduits to communication outlets are to be a minimum of one inch. By convention, all values of electrical characteristics, while predominantly negative 66a representing lossesare expressed as absolute values positive numbers. The need for a cable TV outlet will be considered during the planning process.
Paths for cabling between cross-connects A path between cross-connects in separate communications rooms is required. For offices designed with modular furniture, each cubicle or workstation will be provided with one duplex communication outlet per designated occupant.
Additionally, a set of station wires one voice and one data will be installed as a spare to each cluster of six 6 office cubicles. Outlet cable path requirement All communication outlets will have conduit, wire mold, or other suitable path provided to the nearest cross-connect or to a cable tray that provides a path back to the nearest cross-connect.