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Cabling

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STRUCTURED CABLING... Data, Voice, Audio and Video

What is Fiber Optics?

Fiber optics (optical fibers) are long, thin strands of very pure glass about the diameter of a human hair. They are arranged in bundles called optical cables and used to transmit light signals over long distances.
Fiber optics also involves speed. You can send signals at more than 10 GB per second. And even at that velocity, the signal is much cleaner than traditional electrical cabling. Comparing fiber-optic cabling to coaxial cabling is sort of like comparing digital information to analog information.
The Advantages of Using Fiber Optics.
  • There’s little interference from EMF devices, and fiber-optic cables don’t interfere with other devices.
  • Fiber-optic cables are difficult to tap because they don’t emit signals that can be monitored.
  • They are very secure.
  • Fiber optics is faster than most other transmission mediums.
  • The signal has a constrained loss rate, which means that very little of a signal is lost over rather long distances.
  • Fiber-optic cables are safe to handle because high voltages aren’t involved.
When to use Fiber Optics?
When traveling over a long distance, fiber optic cables experience less signal loss than copper cabling.
The biggest use is telephony, followed by CATV, then LAN backbones, connecting hubs. Next is connecting remote video cameras for security systems. Fiber is not often used to the desk because it is perceived to be too expensive. Gigabit Ethernet will drive even more fiber into networks, since UTP applications will be too difficult to install.
Does Dzinex install fiber?
Single Mode, Multimode, or POF (plastic optical fiber) are Carefully and expertly installed by Dzinex, we know all the potential pitfalls to fiber optic installation. Traditional fiber can be fragile, difficult to install, and require extensive training. With the help of a solid fiber vender, we’ve changed all that. The fiber optic cable we use are Stronger, Safer, and reliable than any comparable product on the market.
Cat5 cable
Cat5 has become a standard for connecting Ethernet devices. It is inexpensive and very effective. It is available in two types, the Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP), and the Screened Twisted Pair (SCTP). Cat5 cables are either solid or stranded. To transmit data over long distances, solid Cat5 is ideal as it is rigid, but stranded Cat5 is good to patch cables. Cat5 has the capacity to support 10-100 Mbps and 100MHz.
Cat5e cable
These cables came into existence only to make Cat5 compatible with gigabit networks. They add extra protection from interference from other cables. However, 5e cannot remove interference completely which results in slow and poor performance. Nevertheless, 5e does make the network more reliable and quicker than Cat5.
Ca 6 cable
Cat6 is much more advanced than both Cat5 and Cat5e and also gives a much better performance. It is much better than cat5 because of a longitudinal separator that keeps all 4 wires separate from one another which helps in reducing cross talk, also known as interference. It also allows for a faster transfer of data. Cat6 has double the bandwidth of Cat5. It is capable of supporting 10 gigabit Ethernet and can operate at 250MHz.
Cat7 cable
It is the next generation cabling device for Ethernet connections. It is an improvement of both Cat5 and Cat6 in terms of internal signaling and exterior protection. These cables are able to support 10gigabit connections.

Data

CAT 3, 5, 5e and 6. We provide network wiring, network relocation, set up and maintenance solutions.

FIBER

Single mode and multimode. used to transfer data faster over greater distances.

AUDIO

16 to 12 gauge wire, 4 to 6 ohms, oxygen free, flat and low profile. We design a solution that meets your sound needs

Audio

CAT 3, 5 and 5e. providing the highway for the clearest uninerruptable voice traffic.

Video

Composite, S-Video, DVI, HDMI, wireless, and converters. We are a premier video conferencing integrator.

Wire Management

Cable management, It is a thing. Our jobs are labeled, neat and presentable.

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