This is why we cable label
So it’s time to look at the cable label and the job that it does for all concerned, many do think there is no point, we never see that cable again and others think may be just a couple of black lines with a sharpie will do, I know when I come back.
We must also consider not just the installer or the fixer down the line but the customer who may need to find something late one night or over a weekend. Most cable techs will only be working 7 am – 6 pm if you are lucky Monday through Friday, but as we all know most data centers, large companies work 24/7 and may have the need for some urgent changes.
Many of you may know that our background is in cabling and we have installed over 65 cruise ship installation and on average we would only visit the ships every 2 years in dry dock and that is when the previous work came back to its own.
Over the two years many “IT” managers will work on that ship 24/7 and we understood that with changes and problems we always expected to find some funny business around the ship and many times it would have been done in a rush and as all structured cabling guys know, it would stay that way as no one wanted to knock that user off the network again.
Besides installing new cables and fixing damaged or broken data jacks, we always knew that the hard cabling behind the patch panel would be the same, so all the wild patching would be removed and the core cabling and numbering system was still in play. We had to do some re-testing and fix the broken data jacks which had most times caused the problem and the cabinet would be up to speed.
We would go ahead and terminate the newly installed cables into the racks and all would be numbered at the back, front, data jack and the drawings updated, we made a point of making sure all the data information was kept by the “IT” manager and hard copies sent to each department and our own data for that project. Inside each patch panel rack, we would also leave this one network rack data and spare labels should other cabling guys come to change anything.
With all the new and old cable labeling check and re-installed if needed, even if we did not make it back to this installation we knew it was in good shape.
Network Connections Group USA is the global data communications company supplying the best and most cost effective labeling solutions in the world. Our portfolio of leading brands includes CLUSA, CL Canada, Cable Labels UK, TCL and 3D CAD Estimation to keep your structured cabling in right place in the world.
We understand Cable labels and have many years experience of the best wire markers across the world in many projects from structured cabling systems to the top rated cruise ships, trains, and NASA. We test all our solutions in-house and on many of our own installation around the world with new designs TCL-49.
Our Cable labels are made in the USA to support the structured cabling installations, the quality is better and cost less that any UK or European competitors, our printable labels and laser sheets are the Best Cable Labels. Tested by Cabling technicians and printed with our FREE web-based software www.printmycablelabels.com we are Cable labeling experts and only use solutions that work.
We have been involved in cable labeling for many years with the best solutions for the telecommunications, electrical and construction industries. We have been in the cabling market for a long time from installations of some of the early computer networks in the UK and the USA to know a worldwide installation and cable labeling service.
We are the guys who not just sell you the best cables labels, but we are the guys who have worked in the cabinets all night labeling the cable and patch panels. We have used our products on over 65 of the top cruise ships in the world in areas from the USA to Europe. Network Connections Group USA was born in the UK and now has grown to cover the world with our cable labels.
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