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DATA COMMUNICATIONS CABLING SPECIFICATIONS TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY October 9, 2017 PART 1 - GENERAL 1.1 SCOPE A. Description: The work of this Section includes the wire, cable, racks, patch panels, connecting devices, cable support D-rings, all installation and testing for wiring systems and components to be used as signal pathways for high-speed data transmission. B. The Contractor shall furnish and install all wiring and components to support data systems. C. The Contractor shall use the exact materials specified (no equivalent material substitutions are allowed) and shall submit for compliance inspection by Telecommunications Services prior to commencing installation or use of materials. D. Installation of all communication outlets at offices, exam rooms, etc. as indicated on the drawings. E. Installation of multi-mode and single-mode fiber in Communications Rooms. F. The Contractor shall furnish and install self-supporting, 19” EIA floor racks, cable pathways, and power distribution units in each Communications Room. G. The Contractor shall furnish and install patch panels in the racks in each Communications Room. Provide the quantity of patch panels as required to connect all data cables. H. The wiring components shall consist of jacks, faceplates, wire and all accessories required to properly install the wiring and devices. I. The UTP wiring, jacks, and patch panels shall be of a consistent category throughout the entire installation – either ALL Cat5e, or ALL Cat6. Use of Cat6 (*Alternate) materials shall be requested in writing to the Managing Director of Telecommunications for approval. J. The Contractor shall furnish all the labor and materials to perform all the work required for the complete and prompt execution of items described or shown in or reasonably implied in the drawings and specifications. K. The Contractor agrees to furnish the specified products and services in strict accordance with the conditions, requirements, drawings, and specifications. 1.2 TTU FACILITIES AND PLANT OPERATIONS OPERATING PROCEDURES A. All cabling projects must conform to TTU OP 61.12 ( ) in its entirety. If the contractor has any problems accessing this document, notify Telecommunications Services and a copy of TTU OP 61.12 will be provided. B. All contractors are required to submit a $100 deposit for each key issued for interstitial and mechanical room access. This deposit will be refunded when the issued key is returned. 1.3 SUBMITTALS A. General: Submit each item in this Article according to the Conditions of the Contract and Specification Sections. B. Product Data: Submit for review complete manufacturer's product cut sheets for each component specified; these must include detailed manufacturer's specifications and data on - 1 -
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DATA COMMUNICATIONS CABLING SPECIFICATIONS TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY October 9, 2017 features, ratings, and performance. Include dimensioned plan and elevation views of components. Show access and working-space requirements.
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