[plug] This weekend re. PLUG cabling and server
Michael Van Delft
michael at hybr.id.au
Wed Sep 26 08:32:52 WST 2012
I'm happy to help on the 6th.
Back when I was in high school (2006) we had a class when we were
shown how to crimp wires and made a few 2~3m patch leads as an
exercise. I think the sysadmin just wanted some extra cables for a
classroom he was going to fit out and didn’t want to make them all
himself. But I haven't done much cabling since then so to say I'm
rusty would be an understatement.
I think I’ve got a wire stripper and some screw drivers, I’ll have a
look and bring what I can.
On Tue, Sep 25, 2012 at 9:51 PM, James Bromberger <james at rcpt.to> wrote:
> On 25/09/2012 9:27 PM, Kevin Shackleton wrote:
> I don't know what the deal is at Space Cubed with assistance, but installed
> data cabling needs to be done or at least supervised by a licensed cabler.
> So that proper separation from mains is observed, etc. Is there a plan to
> have a licensed cabler on site?
> I have a cabling licence, but at this point I'm not sure if I'll be
> available on 6 Oct. I don't have a certifying tool on hand, but it would be
> a good idea for someone to borrow one if they can.
> If you're going across some ceiling space you'll almost certainly want to
> hang the wires from a catenary of galv steel wire, with cable ties every 50
> cm, so you're not laying the data cables on top of the fluoro power cables.
> Good point - luckily Craig is licensed. But if anyone wants to learn to
> crimp, please come and help. This is a simple install - and will help PLUG
> In exchange for doing this, PLUG gets to have meetings at SpaceCubed for a
> while, which saves us some money month-to-month on CWLH!
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