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Honeywell’s Recommended FTE Horizontal Copper Cable Based on the previous sections, Honeywell recommends a minimum of a screened Cat 5e cable for FTE installations. Most likely this will be either of a ScTP or FTP construction. More often than not, a non plenum cable will meet local requirements and will be less expensive than a plenum version of the same cable. Based on the expected increased performance requirements of future networks, if there is a substantial amount of cabling required for the project, screened Cat 6 is generally considered to be the most appropriate cable plant investment. Copper cable is generally only acceptable for intra building connectivity. FO cabling is the recommended media for inter building connectivity. Termination Practices TIA/EIA 568 has defined the UTP connecter for data use to be an eight pin RJ 45 modular connection. This can be either a plug or a jack. In the event that a long patch cable has been used, an RJ45 plug will be installed on the ends of the cable. It is not recommended that this method be used for field termination as the completed assembly cannot be properly certified by field instruments. Should this method be used, a certified patch cable should be ordered from the manufacturer. When selecting a manufacturer, it is important to select one that tests all patch cords before they leave the factory, and either offers the patch cables in yellow or green jackets or with color coded boots that go over the plugs. The other method used in a structured cabling environment involves a jack terminated on either end of the horizontal cable. In the rack room or wiring closet where the network switches are located, a patch panel or surface mounted box is installed to house the jacks. At the work station end, the jack will be installed in a surface mounted box or possibly a flush mounted wall plate. Patch cables are then used to connect the jacks to the network switches and the work stations. In all but the smallest of installations, Honeywell recommends a structured cable plant. The recommended pinout for terminating jacks is the 568B pinout as shown in Figure 6. If space permits, it is recommended that one patch panel be used for all the green cables and another for all the yellow cables. It is also helpful to order jacks that are colored yellow and green to aid in connecting the system together and trouble shooting. Figure 7 shows a screened RJ45 plug with a boot installed.