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By rehan ·
I need help to find out can I used wooden bar as insulator between power and data cable ...?

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by Russ Werner In reply to Network cabling standard

Get hold of a copy of the national electric code handbook. It will explain the uses of class 1 and class 2 wiring. These manuals can be found at most electrical distributors.

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by rehan In reply to Network cabling standard

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by Tocolote In reply to Network cabling standard

No. If the electrical wiring heats up, you can start a fire.

If you run the network cable parallel with the electrical wiring, the electrical wiring will induce a current onto the network cable. Which will degrade the service on the net.

What are you trying to insulate?

I'd need to know more specifics on what you're trying to do to tell you how to solve your problem.

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by eamor In reply to Network cabling standard

The following standards should help solve your problem
TIA 606 -1994 (Administration Standard forTelecommunications Infrastructure)

Structured Cabling Standard ANSI/EIA/TIA-568A

EN 50174 2nd edition (generic Cabling for Premises)

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