Part 1 of the series gives specifications to be complied with during the specification phase and the operation of a telecommunications cabling system. This edition of the standard incorporates Amendment 2 to EN which includes a new normative Annex F on automated infrastructure management systems including a corresponding new definition and abbreviations in Clause 3 as well as a notice in Table 3. Furthermore, some changes have been made to Subclauses 4. Part 2 of the series gives specifications on the phases of planning and installation of a telecommunications cabling system inside buildings.
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UNE EN 50174-2:2009/A1:2011
Comments Description EN EN is the European Standard for the planning, implementation and operation of information technology cabling using balanced copper cabling and optical fibre cabling. It is designed to be used in conjunction with EN EN is published in three parts. EN Information technology — cabling installation — part 1: Specification and quality assurance EN Information technology — cabling installation — part 2: Installation planning and practices inside buildings EN Information technology — cabling installation — part 3: Installation planning and practices outside buildings EN calls up many other standards and it is easier to pick them up section by section rather than merely list them. However the following overview is given:Building Design Phase EN Cabling Design Phase EN EN Planning Phase Application of equipotential bonding and earthing in buildings with information technology equipment Information technology — Generic cabling systems Customer premises cabling for information technology. The minimum clearance on all faces of the frames and cabinets that require access shall be at least 1.
BS EN 50174-1:2018
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