Depicting telecommunications

Thanks to straif for the picture371 viewsMagilla
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Thanks to Cable and Data Communications for the picture511 viewsHad trouble finding the MDF and phone system.
Eventually found in the false ceiling.
11 way MDF to the right and 11 way SDF to the left.
The next ceiling tile is hiding the phone system and security box plus lots of other stuff.
These all were on a wall that was demolished and the builder has tossed them into the ceiling.
This is not temporary but the finished job.
Thanks to BJR Security for the picture513 viewsAlarm and power cables Zip-tied togetherMagilla
Thanks to qrc-cd99 for the pictures402 viewsIn the far north of WA some areas are infested with Singapore Ants. (They actually come from North Africa, not Singapore) The problem with these things is that they like to munch on plastic. A favourite part of their diet is the insulation used on communication and electrical wiring. They have even been known to invade parked vehicles to have a go at the wiring in a car.Magilla
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Thanks to Cable and Data Communications for the picture467 viewsFibre optic cables are very fragile. This customer has run out of spare fibres due to being damaged by people moving things around in the cabinet.Magilla
Thanks to BJR Security for the picture576 viewsPatch lead cut, poked under house and joined onto 8 individual wires to extend it, then joined on other end of patch lead. (His PC showed as connected to lan, his cheap wire mapper tester showed each wire was joined OK, but speed wasn’t good. My tester showed that something wasn't right)Magilla
Thanks to Cable and Data Communications for the picture404 viewsBelieve it or not there is a 16 port switch buried under all that which is nearly impossible to get to.Magilla
Thanks to Therapy for the picture593 viewsThe network cables go to a switch inside the electrical switchboard, the switch is then connected via patch cables to little boxes called "Dali Line controllers" they are IP enabled relays for controlling lights. Magilla
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