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Premise wiring... Who's the Mac-daddy?

Premise wiring... Who's the Mac-daddy?

Premise wiring... Who's the Mac-daddy?

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What premise wiring products for CAT-6 or better? Back in the 90s I used Hubbell Premise Wiring extensively and it was definitely a premium experience. Now it looks like the Belden RevConnect system is possibly the new Hubbell. What jacks/Mod-plug manufacturers do you prefer? Have you used RevConnect?

RE: Premise wiring... Who's the Mac-daddy?

Premium: Hubbell, Belden (mostly ex-Northern Telecom product line), CommScope (AT&T Avaya)
Not-so-Premium but good: ICC, Leviton, Hellermann/Tyton (interchangable with ICC), Ortronics, Mod-Tap, Panduit
Not a fan but that's just me: Box Store Junk, Discount No-Name Junk.

RE: Premise wiring... Who's the Mac-daddy?

I use, primarily, Systimax cable & hardware for data & structured voice. For telephone closet work. I'll use Suttle Apparatus jacks, Suttle Apparatus 66 blocks and colored metal backboards that follow BSP recommendations. smile

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