New cabling methods for raised access floors (4 of 4)If the raised floor height is low (less than 12 inches deep), there may not be sufficient space for routing both cabling and power, much less for divided elevations. In this case, installing part or all of the data cabling can be installed overhead, thus significantly reducing the raised floor cabling congestion, thus preventing unbalanced distribution of HVAC system due to airflow restrictions. Since under-floor cabling requires use of plenum-rated, overhead installations of pathways offers
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