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Suppliers of patch panels & mini comms cabinets/racks?



 
 
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Old June 20th 06, 04:28 PM posted to uk.comp.home-networking
Conor McKeown
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Default Suppliers of patch panels & mini comms cabinets/racks?

I'm moving house and need to purchase a few patch panels and a mini comms
cabinet / rack to store all this 'invisible' technology.

I'll be doing it all myself and from a kit perspective one of the better
ones I've seen has been from http://www.wiselan.com/. Anyone know any better
or cheaper kits out there?

Anyone else got their home hardwired back to a comms cabinet in a loft or
some 'invisible' area? As a safety concern do you have it all within a metal
/ fireproof cabinet?

Thanks,

Conor


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Old June 22nd 06, 08:40 PM posted to uk.comp.home-networking
John Steele
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Default Suppliers of patch panels & mini comms cabinets/racks?


"Conor McKeown" wrote in message
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I'm moving house and need to purchase a few patch panels and a mini comms
cabinet / rack to store all this 'invisible' technology.

I'll be doing it all myself and from a kit perspective one of the better
ones I've seen has been from http://www.wiselan.com/. Anyone know any
better
or cheaper kits out there?

Anyone else got their home hardwired back to a comms cabinet in a loft or
some 'invisible' area? As a safety concern do you have it all within a
metal
/ fireproof cabinet?


You might need to give them a call as there is not too much inforamtion on
the site

http://www.homestead.co.uk/productca...ialoffer=False


 




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