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Building and Backbone Includes:

Pathway Types:

Open environment above accessible ceiling tiles and frame work.
Access Floor
Raised modular floor tile supported by pedestals, with or without lateral bracing or stringers.
Tray & Runway
Prefabricated rigid structures for pulling or placing cable.
Metallic and nonmetallic tubing of rigid or flexible construction permitted by applicable electrical code.
Modular systems of furniture containing pathways/raceways for concealing cable and terminating outlets.
Network of raceways embedded in concrete consisting of distribution and header ducts, trenches, and cellular systems.
Surface, recessed, molding, and multi-channel raceway systems for wall mounting around rooms or along hallways.
Vertical Pathways
Sleeve or conduit and slot penetrations for access to other floors.
Utility Columns
Vertical channel for cable access to work area locations.
Partition Cabling
Where demountable partitions are used to conceal cables.
In-Wall Cabling
Where cables pass through stud openings.

Space Types:

Entrance Facilities
Telecommunications service entrance to the building including entrance through the wall.
Access Provider/Service Provide
Spaces location of transmission, reception and support equipment.
Multi-Tenant Building Spaces
Includes common Equipment Room and column Telecommunications Room.
Building Spaces
  • Outlet box/bracket/poke-thru
  • Multi-user telecommunications outlet assembly
  • Consolidation Point
  • Splice box/zone box
  • Telecommunications Enclosure
  • Telecommunications Room
  • Equipment Room
  • Entrance Room

Design Considerations:

  • Grounded per code and ANSI-J-STD-607-A ('607-A)
  • Designed to handle recognized media as specified in ANSI/TIA/EIA-568-B series
  • Not allowed in elevator shafts
  • Accommodate seismic zone requirements
  • Installed in dry locations