A "Patch Panel" is used to terminate network cables in a "Rack Cabinet" or "Rack Frame". Network cables fitted with the "LSA Tang" - a special rod to both apply and cut the wire at the same time.
This "Patch Panel" handles up to 12 network cables, and it is advisable to use double wall outlets, resulting in this "Patch Panel" handles up to 6 wall outlet.
The optimal solution is to place min. 2 wall outlet in every room, and preferably more. Also remember to place the wall socket at any electrical appliance, such as refrigerator, washing machine etc. These devices will soon download software updates and obtain service via the Internet.
Tip: Install the "Patch Panel" at the top of the "Rack Cabinet". Put a label with an "A" on the first "Patch Panel" and a "B" on the next "Patch Panel", etc.. Stinging in wall outlets now provided with labels with A1-12, B1-12, etc.
NOTE: The twist on each wire couples must be carried forward to LSA skæreklemmen without twisting changed. Each wire pair shall be as short as possible, outside the cable outer jacket. The installation finishes with a test that meets the used standard (min. C5e).
The Patch Panels are installed inside the Rack Enclosure, and all the network cables are installed on the back of the Patch Panel with LSA tool. It's a good idea to call the first Patch Panel "A" and the next Patch Panel "B" and so on. All the outlets can be called "A1", "A2"..........."B1" and so on. It's important to choose the same standard (T568A or T568B) in both the Patch Panel and the outlets. The final installation needs to be tested to meat the latest standard (min. C5e).