You may ask yourself what is needed for a new building and what are the codes that must be followed in order to have a building nice and free of hazards.
Well to start here are the new building requirements for the following materials: patch cables, cat 6 cables, fiber optic multi-mode, cable trays, Cisco- WS-C3750 G24PS-S 24 Ports, laser printer, vertical runs, computers, Cisco border router, server run a and server run b.
The following codes must be in play to ensure the building or work space is safe for everyone.
1. American National Standards Institute (ANSI).
2. Electronic Industries Alliance (EIA)
3. Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA)
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TIA is a trade organization that consists of a membership of over 1,100 telecommunications and electronics companies that provide services, materials, and products throughout the world.
ICEA is a nonprofit professional organization sponsored by leading cable manufacturers in the US. The specifications are issued as national standards.
NFPA is an organization that aids in protecting people, property, and environment from fire damage. NFPA is a world leader on fire prevention and safety.
NEMA is a U.S. Based industry association that helps promote standardization of electrical components, power wires, and cables.
FCC consists of a board of seven commissioners appointed by the President; this board has the power to regulate electrical-communications systems originating in the United States.
UL is a nonprofit, independent organization dedicated to product safety testing and certification.
ISO is the world’s largest developer of voluntary international standards give state of the art specifications for products, services, and good practice, helping to make industry more efficient and effective.
IEC is an international specification and conformity-assessment body founded in 1906 to publish internal specifications relating to electrical, electronic, and related technologies.
IEEE is responsible for 30 percent of the electrical-engineering, computer, and control technology literature published in the world today.
NIST has four major programs which it carries out its mission: Measurement and Standards Laboratories; Advance technology Program; Manufacturing Extension Partnership; and a quality outreach program associated with the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award called Baldrige National Quality Program.
ITU is the specifications organization formerly known as the International Telephone and Telegraph Consultative Committee (CCITT).
CSA International’s mission is to develop standards, represent Canada on various ISO committees, and work with the IEC when developing the standards.
ATM Forum was started in 1991, is an international, nonprofit organization whose mission is to promote the use of Asynchronous Transfer Mode products and services. In 2004 it merged with IP/MPLS forum.
ETSI’s mission is to determine and produce telecommunications specifications and to encourage worldwide standardization.
BICSI was founded in 1974 to support telephone company building-industry consultants who are responsible for design and implemention of communications distribution system in commercial and multifamily buildings.
OSHA adopted many parts of the National Electrical Code (NEC), which was not a law unto itself, giving those adopted portions of NEC legal status.
ANSI/TIA-568-C Cabling Standard is a set of telecommunications standards from TIA, an offshoot of ...