Eleccom specialise in the design and documentation of structured cabling systems – the most integral component of all effective voice, data and communication systems. We are able to develop a customised solution that will exceed expectations and industry standards; including fibre optic cabling, data and voice cabling as well as television (MATV) cabling systems. Our consultants plan and design a structured cabling system that will allow your business to cost effectively plan, install, and manage the complex cable and fibre infrastructure required by today’s networks.


What is Structured Cabling Design?

Structured Cabling is the design, documentation, and management of the lowest layer of the OSI network model – the physical layer. The physical layer is the foundation of any network whether it is data, voice, video or alarms, and defines the physical media upon which signals or data is transmitted through the network.

Why Document Your Cable Plant?

Your network is one of your company’s most valuable assets. It’s the central nervous system of your organisation and it’s growing along with your network management problems. Your challenge is to harness the power of exploding technology and make it work for you. Every minute spent tracking data, reconfiguring your cable plant or searching for the source of a problem means loss of time and productivity and loss of profit. Cable plant documentation software can help maintain the integrity of the network by tracking the continuity through equipment, patch cords, cross-connects, connectors, cables, and outlets. It encompasses the design and maintenance of the cable plant. Cable plant documentation can be an ally against the ravages of system downtime, giving you the power to configure your cable plant so you have fewer network problems.

Cable Plant Documentation Can:

    • Reduce the time it takes to modify the original installation
    • Minimize network downtime
    • Increase the life of a cabling plant
    • Reduce the number of technicians needed to handle problems