EN 50174-1 PDF

Comments Description EN EN is the European Standard for the planning, implementation and operation of information technology cabling using balanced copper cabling and optical fibre cabling. It is designed to be used in conjunction with EN EN is published in three parts. EN Information technology — cabling installation — part 1: Specification and quality assurance EN Information technology — cabling installation — part 2: Installation planning and practices inside buildings EN Information technology — cabling installation — part 3: Installation planning and practices outside buildings EN calls up many other standards and it is easier to pick them up section by section rather than merely list them. However the following overview is given:Building Design Phase EN Cabling Design Phase EN EN Planning Phase Application of equipotential bonding and earthing in buildings with information technology equipment Information technology — Generic cabling systems Customer premises cabling for information technology.

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Comments Description EN EN is the European Standard for the planning, implementation and operation of information technology cabling using balanced copper cabling and optical fibre cabling.

It is designed to be used in conjunction with EN EN is published in three parts. EN Information technology — cabling installation — part 1: Specification and quality assurance EN Information technology — cabling installation — part 2: Installation planning and practices inside buildings EN Information technology — cabling installation — part 3: Installation planning and practices outside buildings EN calls up many other standards and it is easier to pick them up section by section rather than merely list them.

However the following overview is given:Building Design Phase EN Cabling Design Phase EN EN Planning Phase Application of equipotential bonding and earthing in buildings with information technology equipment Information technology — Generic cabling systems Customer premises cabling for information technology.

The minimum clearance on all faces of the frames and cabinets that require access shall be at least 1. Scope of work items Pre-installation tasks Civil works — identify and document Pathways Earthing and bonding Building entrance facility Bill of materials Survey status Installation tasks safety plan connectivity programme in-service date labeling testing documentation documentation hand-over date Post installation tasks.

External cables with flammable polyethylene sheaths must be jointed to a low flammability cable or encased within non-flammable conduit or trunking within 5 metres of entering a building Consideration shall be given to cables having non-corrosive. Pathways Pathway systems are referenced to : EN Cable trunking systems and cable ducting systems for electrical installations — Part 1: general requirements EN Conduit systems for electrical installations — Part 1: general requirements Pathways should not be installed in lightning conductor voids or lift shafts.

Frames and cabinets shall not be installed in toilet facilities. It would seem better to specify IEC as the main testing regime. Reinstatement definition Recommended spares Support services Administration Documentation Final cabling documentation includes:site plans identifying locations of cables. However it is recommended that the principles of administration outlined in this clause be implemented using a computer based administration system.

A table lists reduced acceptance tests. EN The organisation of EN is:Safety requirements General installation practices for metallic and optical fibre cabling Additional installation practice for metallic cabling Additional installation practice for optical fibre cabling General installation practice Coaxial cabling for distribution of television and sound signals is covered in EN Additional installation practice for metallic cabling This chapter goes on at great length about EMC considerations and the organisation of power and earthing systems.

The separation distances are Distance without divider or non-metalic divider Aluminium Divider Steel Divider unscreened power cable and unscreened data cable mm mm 50 mm unscreened power cable and screened data cable 50 mm 20 mm 5 mm screened power cable and unscreened data cable 30 mm 10 mm 2 mm screened power cable and screened data cable 0 mm 0 mm 0 mm Type of Installation In addition. For runs longer than 35 m.

The chapter contains a chart detailing minimum separation distances between power and data cables. Screened cables for example. The original draft proposed:No separation between horizontal data and power required if the parallel run is less than 35 m. Stainless steel is not permitted. For overhead power lines. ENV Protection of structures against lightning Much space is devoted to the coexistence of IT cabling with other services and utilities.

Where power and data cables cross they must do so at right angles and with the aid of a bridge. Outlet boxes that share power and data circuit must keep 6 mm segregation. A three phase V ac circuit would account for three of the former power cables. The minimum segregation distance between power cables and IT balanced cables for cable lengths of up to 90 m is 75mm This minimum distance applies to V ac.

Segregation is not required when power and data cables are enclosed in separate metal trunking or conduit. The UK technical recommendation is to replace the above by. Note that trunking must be continuous. Segregation is not required when the power cables are of a shielded design. The minimum depth of buried IT cabling is given for various circumstances.

The clearance between IT cabling and other services such as gas low pressure. The minimum separation from the earthed metallic parts of the IT system and power earthing systems can be anything from 5 to m!!

Nederlands Normalisatie Instituut etc. To purchase the full Standard go to your national standards body. The above information is offered as a summary of EN The publisher accepts no responsibility for inaccuracies or omissions. British Standards Institution. It is not a definitive design guide and does not replace study and implementation of the Standard itself.

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Part 1 of the series gives specifications to be complied with during the specification phase and the operation of a telecommunications cabling system. This edition of the standard incorporates Amendment 2 to EN which includes a new normative Annex F on automated infrastructure management systems including a corresponding new definition and abbreviations in Clause 3 as well as a notice in Table 3. Furthermore, some changes have been made to Subclauses 4. Part 2 of the series gives specifications on the phases of planning and installation of a telecommunications cabling system inside buildings. This also involves specifications regarding the required segregations of metallic information technology cabling and power supply cabling, information on electricity distribution systems and lightning protection as well as informative details on electromagnetic compatibility including a list giving any EMC relevant aspects which may have to be considered. Amendment 2 to EN which has been incorporated into this edition includes a new Clause 12 giving specifications regarding common pathways and spaces in a multi-tenant building, modified specifications regarding the planning and installation of electrical isolation components within buildings in Annex A.

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