Best Practices - Patch Cord Routing & Slack Management for Racks
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Posted Friday, September 19, 2008 4:26 PM


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Attached are a few guides that I find useful to share with clients with high density patching requirements or angled patch panel considerations.

Please add others if you have or know of any good resources on the topic - kind of best practices.

Better yet - how about uploading some good photos of pristine sites. 

Many clients are leaning toward angled patch panels in TR's  to reduce RU rack space for horizontal cable management - and wrestle with determining appropriate cord lengths for major purchases in advance commissioning (cut-overs).

- Todd

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Panduit _ Angled patch panel_patch cord slack and routing.pdf (237 views, 1.95 MB)
Panduit Fiber Routing Guidelines.pdf (242 views, 6.32 MB)
Patch cord routing guidelines_ADC.pdf (255 views, 1.29 MB)

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thanks Brother.
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Muchas gracias!! Información muy útil!
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