<!=email@example.com_stop><!=fname>Paul<!=fname_end> <!=lname>Aitkenhead<!=lname_end> posted 24 Sep 2001
110 Block wiring
<!=question>I'm trying to work with a 100-pair 110 wiring |
block for the first time for a home project.
I wanted to form a bridge among many of the
four-pair blocks. To do so I stripped the jacket
off a few feet of Cat5E cable and ran the
four pairs in a serpentine pattern among the
bottom contacts of the four-pair blocks,
leaving the twists in each pair intact as best I
could. Is this a common and accepted practice?
Also, when I look onto one of the four-pair blocks
with the first pair (blue) on the left, should I
wire it as RT-RT-RT-RT or TR-TR-TR-TR ?<!=question_end>
<!=answered>Roman Kitaev<!=answered_end> posted 27 Sep 2001
Yes, it will work, although I would recommend to run bridging wire on the front side of the connecting blocks. It will make its possible removal much easier.
When terminating 4-pair cable onto a 110 connecting block, the termination sequence (seen from the front) is as follows:
We also publish the Residential Cabling Guide that may be very useful to you. It is available here:
Roman Kitaev, RCDD<!=answer_end>
Click here to see the expert's profile<!=answered_lnk_starthttp://www.cabling-design.com/personal/roman.shtml_finish>