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Information technology. Generic cabling systems. General requirements Requirements for generic cabling within premises which comprise single or multiple buildings on a campus.
This European Standard specifies generic cabling for use within premises which may comprise single or multiple buildings on a campus. It covers balanced cabling and optical fibre cabling.
This standard is optimized for premises in which the maximum distance over which telecommunications services have to be distributed is 2 m. The principles of this standard may also be applied to larger installations.
This standard provides: a users with an application independent generic cabling system and an open market for cabling components; b users with a flexible cabling scheme such that modifications are both easy and economical; c building professionals for example, architects with guidance allowing the accommodation of cabling before specific requirements are known, i.
Cabling defined by this standard supports a wide range of services including voice, data, text, image and video. Standard Number.
BS EN 50173-1:2007+A1:2009
BS EN 50173-2:2018
BS EN 50173-1:2011
BS EN 50173-1:2018 Information technology - generic cabling systems. General requirements