Posted by Al Feaster on April 26
In February, the TIA 942.6 committee voted to send TIA-606-B forward for publication. Once this new ANSI standard is approved, it will be the new Administration Standard for Telecommunications Infrastructure. To ensure you are up to speed on the new ANSI standard for datacom, below are a few of the most important changes you should be aware of.
There are now seven identifiers required under TIA-606-B, whereas only four were required previously.
Added identifiers in TIA-606-B:
Here are a few examples of acceptable identifiers under TIA-606-B.
The proper way to identify telecommunications outlets, equipment outlets, splices, consolidation points, and outdoor telecommunications spaces (maintenance holes, pedestals, hand holes, etc.) are provided in the new TIA-606-B ANSI standard as well.
There are several other additions to TIA-606-B that those who design, install, or just manage need to know about. It should be noted that not all are required. To find out more, please contact DYMO Industrial’s Al Feaster firstname.lastname@example.org for dates and locations of TIA-606-B classes.