A Homebuilder and Developer Awards a Cabling Contract to an ICC Elite Installer

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NJ – An ICC Elite Installer was awarded a cabling contract from a homebuilder and developer. The contract was for a new apartment complex in New Jersey and required a cabling system to connect and distribute data, voice and video services. The installer used ICC.

The installer ran cabling from the telecommunications room to the apartments and amenities. The main cross-connect in the telecom room consisted of modular blank patch panels with Category 6 (CAT 6) keystone connectors. Approximately 1500 outlets were installed between the apartments and amenities. The installer configured them with single-gang 2-Port faceplates and CAT 6 keystone and F-type connectors in white.

CAT 6 is the ideal choice for home networks. It supports Gigabit network applications and bandwidths of up to 250MHz and provides a constant, quality connection for video streaming or gaming.

After the installation, the installer tested and passed the system’s permanent link to TIA® spec.

To become an ICC Elite Installer or Certified Elite Installer, please visit icc.com/elite.

A Real Estate Developer Awards a Cabling Contract to an ICC Elite Installer

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ID – An ICC Elite Installer was awarded a cabling contract for apartments in Idaho. The project required installing one-hundred wiring enclosures to connect and distribute incoming voice, data and video services. The installer used ICC.

ICC’s 14-inch residential wiring enclosure is designed with many features. It’s made of industrial-strength ABS plastic, making it durable and Wi-Fi-friendly. The internal hole pattern is universal, so it works with most manufacturers’ active modules. The cover is vented to protect the modules from heat. Most importantly, it’s UL safety-rated to pass city inspection.

For more details about ICC’s enclosure, please visit https://icc.com/residential-wiring-enclosures/14-inch-plastic-wireless-networks/.

A Restaurant Chain Awards a Cabling Contract to an ICC Elite Installer

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GA – An ICC Elite Installer was awarded a cabling contract from one of Georgia’s largest quick-service restaurant chains. The project required the data and voice communication network to be upgraded for multiple locations.

The installer ran two cabling systems at each location; Category 5e (CAT 5e) for data and 66-wiring for voice. The connectivity consisted of CAT 5e cableCAT 5e patch panels in 24 and 48 ports, CAT 5e keystone connectorsVoice keystone connectors, and 66-wiring blocks. Existing infrastructure and racks supported the additional cabling and equipment. Finger duct panels and a five-foot ladder rack runway were added to the main distribution frame to run cable vertically and overhead to the wall. 2-inch J-Hooks were used to run cable along walls from the telecom closet to the work areas. Approximately 3200+ keystone jacks were terminated and configured into stainless steel faceplates and surface mount boxes at the work area outlets.

After the installation, the installer tested and passed the system’s permanent link to TIA® spec.

To become an ICC Elite Installer or Certified Elite Installer, please visit icc.com/elite.

A Homebuilder Awards a Cabling Contract to an ICC Elite Installer

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WY – An ICC Elite Installer was awarded a cabling contract for a senior living center in Wyoming. The installer used ICC’s structured cabling systems to build the communications network for data, voice, and video services.

The installer pulled 20,000 feet of Category 6 (CAT 6) plenum cable in blue and white. The cabling ran from the telecommunications room to sixty-two apartments. A 7-foot cable management rack and swing frame rack in the telecom room supported the main cross-connects on the floor and wall, respectively. The connectivity consisted of CAT 6 24-Port patch panels and 110-Type patch panels

A 28-inch residential wiring enclosure was installed into each apartment. The enclosure is made of ABS plastic to be durable and Wi-Fi friendly. It included a CAT 6 Data Module for broadband internet access to eight computers or Ethernet devices, a Voice Module for distributing four phone lines to eight locations, and a Video Module for splitting cable TV, HDTV, satellite, or antenna signals to six locations. CAT 6 jacks, Voice jacks, and F-Type connectors were terminated, configured into single-gang faceplates, and installed at the outlets in the living areas.

After the installation, the installer tested and passed the system’s permanent links to TIA® spec.

To become an ICC Elite Installer or Certified Elite Installer, please visit icc.com/elite.

A High School Awards a Data Cabling Contract to an ICC Elite Installer

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NJ – An ICC Elite Installer was awarded a 300+ data drop contract for a high school in New Jersey. The installer used ICC’s CAT 6A and CAT 6 structured cabling systems to upgrade the communications network on campus.

Both systems ran from the main distribution frame room to the outlets in the classrooms. The CAT 6A connectivity consisted of 54,000 feet of plenum-rated cable, sixteen 24-Port patch panels and 250 HD keystone jacks. The CAT 6 connectivity included 18,000 feet of plenum-rated cable, twelve 24-Port patch panels and 100 EZ keystone jacks. The installer ran cable along the walls to the work areas using J-Hooks and installed the jacks into 1-Port surface mount boxes at the outlets. Existing infrastructure supported the additional cabling and equipment.

After the installation, the installer tested and passed the system’s permanent link to TIA® spec.

To become an ICC Elite Installer or Certified Elite Installer, please visit icc.com/elite.

A Bank Awards a Data Cabling Contract to an ICC Elite Installer

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NE – An ICC Elite Installer was awarded a 160 data drop contract for a bank branch in Nebraska. The installer used ICC’s Category 6 (CAT 6) structured cabling system to build the communications network.

The system extended from the Telecommunications Room (TR) to the Work Area Outlets (WO). A 7-foot cable management rack supported the Main Cross-connect (MC). The connectivity consisted of 15,000 feet of CAT 6e plenum-rated cable and 325 CAT 6 keystone jacks in blue. The cable was routed using ICC’s ladder rack runway system, which included ladder rack in 5 feet sections, cable radius drops, ceiling rods, 90-degree flat turns, wall support brackets and other fittings. The installer also ran the cable in the ceiling and along the walls to the work areas using J-Hooks. The jacks were installed into 48-Port modular patch panels and 2-port faceplates, establishing the connection between the MC and WO.

After the installation, the installer tested and passed the system’s permanent link to TIA® spec.

To become an ICC Elite Installer or Certified Elite Installer, please visit icc.com/elite.

A Courthouse Awards a Data Cabling Contract to an ICC Elite Installer

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OH – An ICC Elite Installer was awarded a data cabling contract for a county courthouse in Ohio. The installer expanded the backbone cabling using ICC’s Category 6 (CAT 6) system.

The CAT 6 system consisted of 90,000 feet of CAT 6 riser-rated cable in blue and approximately 500 CAT 6 keystone jacks in black. The installer terminated the jacks into 24-Port modular blank patch panels delivering more connectivity for communications between the entrance facility, equipment room, and telecommunications rooms.

After the installation, the installer tested and passed the system’s permanent link to TIA® spec and registered for ICC’s 15-Year Performance Warranty.

To become an ICC Elite Installer or Certified Elite Installer, please visit icc.com/elite.

A California Public School Awards a Data Cabling Contract to an ICC Elite Installer

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CA – An ICC Elite Installer was awarded a data cabling contract for a K-12 public school in California. The installer upgraded the Local Area Network using ICC’s Category 6A (CAT 6A) category-rated system.

The CAT 6A system consisted of 50,000 feet of CAT 6A cable and approximately 600 CAT 6A keystone jacks. The jacks were installed into 24-Port and 48-Port modular patch panels at the main and horizontal cross-connects. Single-gang faceplates and surface mount boxes with CAT 6A jacks were installed at the outlets. The installer mounted 2-Inch and 4-Inch J-Hooks on walls to route and manage cables.

After the installation, the installer tested and passed the system’s permanent link to TIA® spec.

To become an ICC Elite Installer or Certified Elite Installer, please visit icc.com/elite.

A Hotel Awards a Data Cabling Contract to an ICC Elite Installer

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TX – An ICC Elite Installer was awarded a data cabling contract for a new fourteen-floor, high-rise hotel in Texas. The installer built the Local Area Network using ICC’s Category 6 (CAT 6) copper-rated and 10G fiber optic systems.

The CAT 6 system consisted of 20,000 feet of CAT 6e cable and approximately 1800 CAT 6 keystone jacks. The jacks were installed into modular patch panels in the equipment room and single-gang faceplates at the outlets. The fiber optic connectivity consisted of 240 fibers, including six rack mount fiber optic enclosures equipped with 24-Fiber LC adapter panels. The infrastructure to support both systems included: 2-post and 4-post distribution racks7-foot ladder racks with fittings, vertical and horizontal finger duct panels, 3-inch D-rings, and rack shelves.

After the installation, the installer tested and passed the system’s permanent link to TIA® spec.

To become an ICC Elite Installer or Certified Elite Installer, please visit icc.com/elite.

A Distributor Awards a Data Cabling Contract to an ICC Elite Installer

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AZ – An ICC Elite Installer was awarded a data cabling contract for a new office building in Arizona. The installer built the network using an ICC Category 6 (CAT 6) structured cabling system. They pulled 33,000 feet of CAT 6 cable in CMP and CMR and used VELCRO® Brand Qwik® Tie Cable Tie Tape for bundling. They set up the telecom room with three 48-Port CAT 6 patch panels and interconnected the panels to network equipment using CAT 6 clear boot patch cords. They also terminated approximately 200 CAT 6 EZ® keystone connectors and installed them into 2-Port single-gang faceplates at the work area outlets.

After the installation, the installer tested and passed the system’s permanent link to TIA® spec.

To become an ICC Elite Installer or Certified Elite Installer, please visit icc.com/elite.

A County Awards a Data Cabling Contract to an ICC Certified Elite Installer

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NC – An ICC Certified Elite Installer was awarded a data cabling contract for an Emergency Medical Services (EMS) building in North Carolina. The installer designed and built the network using an ICC Category 6A (CAT 6A) structured cabling system. They terminated approximately 1800 CAT 6A keystone connectors in blue and black, equipped the distribution racks in the equipment room with 48-Port modular blank patch panels, and installed 340 work area outlets consisting of high-density décor style inserts in 4-Port and 6-Port and 2-Port surface mount boxes. They mounted 850 J-Hooks along the walls to route and manage cables.

In addition, the installer used LC fiber optic couplers and F-Type modular jacks to support the system with 10G data and 3 GHz video connectivity, respectively.

After the installation, the installer tested and passed the system’s permanent link to TIA® spec.

To become an ICC Elite Installer or Certified Elite Installer, please visit icc.com/elite.

A Medical Center Awards a Cabling Contract to an ICC Certified Elite Installer

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NJ – An ICC Certified Elite Installer was awarded a data cabling contract for a medical center in New Jersey. The installer designed and built the network using an ICC Category 6 (CAT 6) structured cabling system. They terminated 3600 CAT 6 EZ keystone connectors and pulled CAT 6 cable. The installer set up six seven-foot distribution racks in the equipment room, mounted wall mount hinged brackets in the telecom closets, and installed 48-Port CAT 6 patch panels onto them. They used one thousand single-gang faceplates with station IDs for the work area outlets and 500 J-Hooks in 2-inch and 4-inch to route and manage cables along the walls.

After the installation, the installer tested and passed the system’s permanent link to TIA® spec.

To become an ICC Elite Installer or Certified Elite Installer, please visit icc.com/elite.

A Housing Developer Awards a Cabling Contract to an ICC Certified Elite Installer

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IL – An ICC Certified Elite Installer was awarded a voice, data, and video (VDV) cabling contract for forty new multi-family homes. The installer chose to install ICC’s Residential Structured Cabling System. They installed 14-inch residential wiring enclosures to manage and distribute cables and connectivity from one central location. Each enclosure came equipped with VDV modules to network up to eight telephones, eight computers or Ethernet devices, and six televisions. The outlets in the living areas consisted of single-gang faceplates configured with CAT 6 keystone connectors and 2 GHz F-Type video jacks.

After the installation, the installer tested and passed the system’s permanent link to TIA® spec.

To become an ICC Elite Installer or Certified Elite Installer, please visit icc.com/elite.

A Homebuilder Awards a Cabling Contract to an ICC Elite Installer

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UT – An ICC Elite Installer in Utah was awarded a voice, data, and video (VDV) cabling contract for seventy-one new multi-family homes.

The installer installed ICC’s 14-inch Plastic Wiring Enclosure into each home to act as the main distribution point for cabling services. Each enclosure came equipped with VDV modules to support locations for eight telephones, eight computers or Ethernet devices, and six televisions. The installer added a CAT 6 data module with a universal mounting base into each home to provide an extra eight Ethernet locations. The module’s base comes with self-adhesive hook and loop strips to be mounted on any flat surface. Around 250 outlets configured with CAT 6 keystone connectors and 3 GHz F-Type video jacks were installed throughout the living areas.

To become an ICC Elite Installer or Certified Elite Installer, please visit icc.com/elite.

An Elementary School Awards a Data Cabling Contract to an ICC Elite Installer

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NC – An ICC Elite Installer was awarded a data cabling contract for an elementary school in North Carolina. The installer designed and built the campus area network using an ICC Category 6 (CAT 6) structured cabling system. They terminated approximately 700 CAT 6 keystone connectors and pulled CAT 6 cable. They installed 24-Port and 48-Port CAT 6 patch panels and cable management panels on distribution racks in the equipment room. They also installed 425 outlets using single-gang faceplates with station ID and surface mount boxes in the classrooms and administrative offices. J-Hooks were used to route cable along walls and above ceilings.

After the installation, the installer tested and passed the system’s permanent link to TIA® spec.

To become an ICC Elite Installer or Certified Elite Installer, please visit icc.com/elite.

A Gas Station and Convenience Store Chain Awards a Data Cabling Contract to an ICC Certified Elite Installer

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MT – An ICC Certified Elite Installer was awarded a data cabling contract for a gas station with a convenience store in Montana. The installer designed and built the network using ICC’s Category 5e (CAT 5e) structured cabling system. They installed approximately 1000 data drops, pulled 30,000 feet of 350MHz CAT 5e plenum cable and terminated 900 CAT 5e keystone connectors. They installed 12-Port and 48-Port CAT 5e patch panels on the walls in the telecom closets and on the racks in the equipment room, respectively. The installer used CAT 5e patch cords with clear boots to connect network equipment. They also installed 170 outlets using single-gang mounting boxes in white.

After the installation, the installer tested and passed the system’s permanent link to TIA® spec.

To become an ICC Elite Installer or Certified Elite Installer, please visit icc.com/elite.

An Apartment Hotel Awards a Data Cabling Contract to an ICC Elite Installer

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CA – An ICC Elite Installer was awarded a data cabling contract from an apartment hotel in California.

The installer connected their voice and data network with ICC’s CAT 6, CAT 5e and 110 block cabling products. They installed approximately 400 drops and pulled 60,000 feet of 500MHz CAT 6 plenum cable. The installer terminated 400 CAT 6 keystone connectors using ICC’s JackEasy Tool. They installed 48-Port CAT 6, 24-Port CAT 5e and 24-Port blank patch panels in the telecommunications room. They also installed 75 outlets consisting of single-gang faceplates and surface mount boxes.

After the installation, the installer tested and passed the system’s permanent link to TIA® spec.

To become an ICC Elite Installer or Certified Elite Installer, please visit icc.com/elite.

A Charter School Awards a Data Cabling Contract to an ICC Elite Installer

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CA – An ICC Elite Installer was awarded a Category 6A (CAT 6A) data cabling contract from a charter school in California.

The installer upgraded their campus network with an ICC CAT 6A structured cabling system. They installed approximately 200 drops and pulled 29,000 feet of 650MHz CAT 6A riser non-plenum cable. The installer terminated 450 CAT 6A keystone connectors using ICC’s JackEasy Tool. They installed 24-Port and 48-Port blank patch panels in the telecommunications room and single-gang 1-Port faceplates and 2-Port surface mount boxes at the work area outlets.

After the installation, the installer tested and passed the system’s permanent link to TIA® spec.

To become an ICC Elite Installer or Certified Elite Installer, please visit icc.com/elite.

A Medical Center Awards a Data Cabling Contract to an ICC Certified Elite Installer

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CA – An ICC Certified Elite Installer was awarded a Category 6 (CAT 6) data cabling contract from a medical center in California. The installer upgraded the network with an ICC CAT 6 structured cabling system. The project included pulling 161,000 feet of 500MHz CAT 6 bulk cable, routing the cables along walls using J-Hooks and D-Rings, installing 300 CAT 6 keystone connectors at the outlets, and installing 48-Port CAT 6 patch panels at the cross-connect. After the installation, the installer tested the system’s permanent link to pass TIA® spec.

To become an ICC Elite Installer or Certified Elite Installer, please visit icc.com/elite.

A Petroleum Provider Awards a Data Cabling Contract to an ICC Elite Installer

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OR – An ICC Elite Installer was awarded an 1800 data drop contract from a full-service petroleum product and service provider. The installer installed an ICC Category 6 (CAT 6) structured cabling system with 10G fiber optic connectivity into their new building.

A variety of patch panels were used, such as CAT 6 110-Type and blank in 12, 24 and 48 ports. The installer chose EZ® and high-density style blank patch panels and configured them with CAT 6 keystone connectors. They also chose CAT 6 patch cords with clear boots to connect to network equipment.

Also, a variety of faceplates were installed; 1, 2, 3, and 4 port single-gang with station ID in white and ivory. The faceplates were configured with CAT 6 connectors in EZ style.

The installer pulled twenty thousand feet of 600MHz CAT 6e bulk cable with 23 AWG UTP solid wires and a CMR riser jacket.

The fiber optic connectivity included 12-Fiber LC fiber optic adapter panels with aqua multimode adapters. The panels could fit into LGX compatible enclosures and 10G LC patch cords with OM3 multimode optical cable were used to connect the adapter panels to network equipment.

Lastly, after the installation, the installer tested the system’s permanent link to the TIA® spec.

To become an ICC Elite Installer or Certified Elite Installer, please visit icc.com/elite.