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While enjoying the link above they had a suggested link ( http://discountlowvoltage.blogspot.com/2009/11/crazy-data-center-wiring-pictures.html ) and when I saw the first pic I knew I had been in that room. It was a few years ago so I can't remember where it was at the moment.

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Nice having a table & chair right up against the cables. clap


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Buddy gave me a tour of one of the schools he works at. Seen a lot better and seem a lot worse!
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The last picture...66 block. Is that for real...or...a joke that went horribly wrong. ponder


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Originally Posted by dexman
The last picture...66 block. Is that for real...or...a joke that went horribly wrong. ponder
I have see a lot of weird terminations but...


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Nonsense. That's either an "I have no bridge clips" or "I have no skillz". It takes a special kind of skill to terminate 25 pairs on the back side of the pins.


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Yeah, have you priced two-position bridging clips lately?

100 for $6.20 through Amazon and if I have to go to Home Depot they want $12.70 for only 50! Jeeze they think were made of money...and the project is bid tight!

I suppose I could always find some scrap x-connect on the floor to use.



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Originally Posted by Professor Shadow
Yeah, have you priced two-position bridging clips lately?

100 for $6.20 through Amazon and if I have to go to Home Depot they want $12.70 for only 50! Jeeze they think were made of money...and the project is bid tight!

I suppose I could always find some scrap x-connect on the floor to use.
Originally Posted by Professor Shadow
Yeah, have you priced two-position bridging clips lately?

100 for $6.20 through Amazon and if I have to go to Home Depot they want $12.70 for only 50! Jeeze they think were made of money...and the project is bid tight!

I suppose I could always find some scrap x-connect on the floor to use.

LOL!!! Now That's a move of desperation!

I still have a hundred or so of the SMBC2-2 (white) 2-position bridge clips and at least a couple hundred SA1's.
I cheated on my last 2 hospitality installs and just ran crosscuts. That's the low-budget way.




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The last picture looks like a no skillz scenario. It is a 66/25 block as opposed to a 66/50. crazy


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Originally Posted by Carl Navarro
I still have a hundred or so of the SMBC2-2 (white) 2-position bridge clips and at least a couple hundred SA1's.
I cheated on my last 2 hospitality installs and just ran crosscuts. That's the low-budget way.
You ran crosscuts?

We always referred to those as Banjo's...when the cross-connect wire goes across a field of 66 blocks because the installer was too lazy or cheap to go out to their rig and grab a roll.


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