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Ensure Proper Cable Management Performance with CPI’s Solutions

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Horizontal Cable ManagersAn important factor in maintaining high circuit performance is the care given to communications cable during installation. 

For example, tight bundling of the cable or improper support of cable that deforms, stretches or adds tension to the cable can negatively affect circuit performance.

For best cable performance:

  • Specify continuous support for your cable
  • Specify support that creates a wide turn for cables, when there is a need to change their direction
  • Bundle cables with wide reusable straps
  • Use spools to control patch cord slack within cable managers 

Chatsworth Products’ (CPI) is a leader in cable management solutions that support and protect cables, helping maintain cable performance. For in-depth details on best cable management practices and how to specify the right cable management solution for CPI rack systems, make sure to download CPI’s white paper, “Cable Management Solutions for Rack System.”

Additionally, CPI maintains an up-to-date Cable Fill Guide for recommended and maximum fill values for all of its cable managers and pathway products.

Raissa Carey, eContent Specialist


Posted by Raissa Carey, eContent Specialist at 03/14/2017 02:08:41 PM


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