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New cabling standards — what you need to know
With a number of new cabling standards primed for release this year, will be a big nzx for the ICT industry. Some standards are mandatory, others are voluntary, but all are equally applicable to the Australian ICT market. This article discusses which applicable standards are being released this year and why you need to adhere to them.
Both of these regulations are jointly being revised in order to harmonise their content from this year onwards.
Previously, they were updated independent of each other and occasionally one presented information that was out of sync with the other. The revisions are close to being completed, and both regulations are expected to be published in late Upon completion, both documents will be released for public comment, followed by a secondary revision to capture industry comments.
Once finalised, both documents will be reviewed by the ACMA, which is expected to mandate them under the Telecommunications Cabling Provider Rules They can then be downloaded from http: At the request of industry, the ACMA has agreed to a four-year transition period.
Notably, each of these environments will have different performance criteria. Refer to the explanatory diagrams in the standard. This will be similar to CWDM in multi-mode and will support multiple wavelengths to deliver at least 28 Gbps per wavelength and Gbps per fibre over m.
Concerns emerging from this are heat dissipation from cables carrying considerable current and arcing at connectors when unmating plugs under load. The standard therefore introduces two sets of values for temperature rise for cabling — 1 in open air and 2 in sealed conduits, noting the impact of both cable construction and bundle sizes on temperature rise.
It also ass for measures to minimise arcing at connectors. It could, however, be a concern where PoE is run over existing cabling that may not be capable of supporting constant current.
This is just an overview of the major ICT infrastructure standards being released this year.
Our advice is to watch for the public comment announcements of nss standards, obtain copies to review and perhaps comment on them. Earlier this year, BICSI South Pacific conducted industry-wide research on standards and was amazed at the number of specifications that listed out-of-date and conflicting standards, and tender responses that claimed compliance to irrelevant or non-existent standards.
But many are ignorant of the implications of not complying with standards under Commercial Law. A commercially savvy client could force you to deliver on that specification at your loss.
The Cambridge Dictionary defines subrogation as: This is a complex matter that goes well beyond the scope of this article.
New cabling standards — what you need to know
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