What Is Structured Cabling?
Structured cabling is a generic term used to describe how a house is wired with an organized cabling system that is capable of distributing a variety of signals throughout a house. A home built with structured home wiring supports all existing home technologies such as:
- Cat5e Structured Cabling
- Cat6 Structured Cabling
- Fibre Optic Cabling
- Coaxial Cabling
- Sound Systems (Smart wiring)
- Intercom Systems
Structured cabling is designed to carry voice, data and video signals throughout a commercial or residential environments. With the continued development of high performance networks and the advent of new technologies including Voice over IP, Gigabit and Ethernet, the need for correctly designed and installed future-proofed structured cabling systems is now greater than ever.
Home wiring has not changed for several decades. The standard approach to structured wiring was to daisy-chain phone and TV wire throughout the house which caused problems with all of your components should a fault on the line occur. This approach was economical and simple to install, however it is unable to support the very latest technologies like computer networks, high-speed Internet access, home theatre, distributed audio and lighting control systems. The installation of structured cabling is emerging as a standard way of wiring all new houses in the future.
Safegurard specializes in helping you with any structured cabling solutions whether it's a government facility, a business or an education establishment.
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