Our trained technicians can provide a complete range of communications and cabling systems for domestic or commercial premises. We have been supplying communications and cabling systems to businesses throughout Western Australia for over 23 years.
Our years of specialising in this industry has provided us with high levels of experience and knowledge required to understand, problem solve and provide the right long term solution for every business.
When installing Cat 5E and Cat 6/6A we adhere to the required standards, by ensuring all data cables are installed away from power cabling and cords to reduce the effect of electro magnetic (or EM) interference and where required laid in cable trays, conduits or on catenary wire. This is aimed at relieving strain on the cables from their own weight thus guaranteeing the integrity of the work we have provided. All cables are tested for compliance to the Cat 5E or Cat 6/6A standards.
For more information about cabling please talk to one of our specialist team members.
A fibre optic cable is a cable containing one or more optical fibres that are used to carry light. The optical fibre elements are typically individually coated with plastic layers and contained in a protective tube suitable for the environment where the cable will be deployed. Different types of cable are used for different applications, for example long distance telecommunication, or providing a high-speed data connection between different parts of a building. ( ref :Wikipedia)
If you look closely at a single optical fibre, you will see that it has a thin glass centre of the fibre where the light travels, and outer optical material surrounding the core that reflects the light back into the core, and a plastic coating that protects the fibre from damage and moisture.
Compared to conventional copper wire used in telecommunications optical fibres provide:
Less signal degradation
Lower power consumption
Digital signals – Optical fibres are ideally suited for carrying digital information, which is especially useful in computer networks.
Non-flammable, because of the absence of electricity
Our technicians are fully Austel approved and certified for ethernet cabling including fiber optic.
If you need any alteration or additional cabling within your office let us know and we can offer advice on best practice layouts which may include patch panels and communication cabinets.
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