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 Question by Julius Dennis posted 26 Sep 2007
 110 block
Is there a standard to punching down four pair cable to a 110 block? What I would like to know is, if itís wrong to put five C-4s across with a space between each C-4 or if itís standard to put five C-4s with no space and a C-5 at the end.
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 Answer by Dmitri Abaimov posted 17 Dec 2007
Dear Julius,

Absolutely no spaces between the clips, so only 5 x C-4s plus 1 x C-5 at the end is the standard. We actually have the 4-pair cable to 110 block diagram here at cabling-design.com, check it out.

Sincerely,
Dmitri Abaimov, RCDD

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