Cable Trays, Racks and Raceways

Cable support system is an alternative to cable tray. Specially designed U-hooks and J-hooks feature large diameters, rounded support surfaces to prevent overbending and cable kinking. The system is available in three options: rod-, cantilever- and strut-mounted. (Caddy Cat-CM from Erico) RS #32 Splice tray system for fiber-optic cable provides a protective environment to store and splice ...

02/01/2003


Cable support system is an alternative to cable tray. Specially designed U-hooks and J-hooks feature large diameters, rounded support surfaces to prevent overbending and cable kinking. The system is available in three options: rod-, cantilever- and strut-mounted. (Caddy Cat-CM from Erico )

Splice tray system for fiber-optic cable provides a protective environment to store and splice excess fiber. Available in two models—plain and managed tray—trays can be stacked to any height and topped with a lid. (OFSTH-1GRN and -1RED from Richco )

Wall-mount enclosures feature a swing-out design for unrestricted rear access. Units are UL-certified under Standard 1678 in the U.S. and Canada, and are available in 20-in. and 26-in. models with 22-in. and 28-in. depths. Units feature 40 numbered rackspaces. (SR series enclosures from Middle Atlantic/Datatel )

Rack-mount chassis provides high media converter density for large installations. The unit features rear access, with 16 bays of space in a standard 2U high enclosure. Redundant, fan-cooled load-sharing power supplies are hot swappable. (16-bay chassis from Signamax )

Poke-thru device provides two dual-circuit 20-amp duplex receptacles wired to individual circuits with separate neutral and ground wires. It supports four multimedia data/communication connectors. (RC4 Series from Wiremold )

Open frame racks are for the heavy equipment typical of datacom centers. With a load rating of 2,500 lbs., the four-post racks are available in 6-, 7- and 8-ft. heights, and can be ganged with two-post or additional four-post racks. (EIA RS-330-D from Hoffman )

Aluminum ladder cable trays feature factory-installed splice plates that are intended to reduce installation time by making tray sections easier to handle than comparable steel units. Available in 4-in. and 6-in. depths, and in a variety of lengths, the units offer NEMA and CSA loadbearing ratings. (SpecMate L series from Wiremold )

Track busway is a low-amp system that relies on a turn-and-lock design and provides solid copper conductors, continuous insulators, continuous access slot, extruded aluminum housing, ground conductors and choice of various plug-in units. (Starline from Universal Electric )

Flexible wire duct for control panel applications is a one-piece design, with offset fingers that extent from the sides to the top of the duct. The design facilitates addition and removal of wires after termination without special tools or cover removal. (from Panduit )

Flexible conduit is made from flame-retardant PVC to resist flexing and vibration. The product is suited to hazardous and industrial applications. Listed and marked for outdoor use, it is designed to contain 600-volt and lower potential circuits. (Type LNM-P from Electri-Flex )

Category 5e cabling is a copper structured system for distributed networks and small businesses. Designed for short-distance applications, the passive, end-to-end system includes cable, tool-less jack, patch panels and faceplates. (Volition from 3M )

Ethernet cables are designed for extreme industrial environments. The series includes nine twisted-pair options, verified to meet category 5e standards, with sunlight- and oil-resistant jackets. (DataTuff from Belden )

Fiber-optic transmission system delivers up to eight channels of FM-modulated video and one or two channels of bi-directional data over a single singlemode or multimode fiber. Several model configurations are available. (8000 series by Fibertek )

Trapeze tray clip is designed to speed installation of trapeze-hung wire cable tray. Eliminating the need for poly grommets, the clip requires only the folding down of a tab to secure cable tray in place. (AS trapeze clip from Cablofil )





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