Structured Cabling


  • Introduction

 Structured cabling systems integrate the audio, data, video and various building management systems of a building with each other. Structured cabling has features such as open architect, standard connection interfaces, and conformity to national and international standards.

Structured cabling systems consists of cabling and connection products which integrate the audio, data, video and various building management systems of a building with each other and allows manageability and expanding.

Nowadays, structured cabling has become essential for buildings which are still under construction or completed. It is a system which is open to improvement and integration for systems such as computer, phone, internet, fire, alarm, security, smart building automation, etc. Structured cabling for buildings has surpassed its initial costing with its expanding and integration features, and its areas of usage. A good structured cabling is essential in order to minimize the long-term decoration and repair costs of buildings and structures. Different types of system may be used in structured cabling systems. These systems should be improvable in future periods and planned accordingly. Structured cabling systems make use of cable channels, shaft system, pan and galleries and provide inner-building and outdoor connections.