[geeks] nerd reading for a Friday night ... old-skool waxed twine lacing
James at jdfogg.com
Sat Jan 27 00:16:21 CST 2007
> > Grrrr - AT&T T568B.
> Well, it's EIA-568B nowadays, isn't it?
> Peace... Sridhar
Probably, but Too Noo Skool for me. It'll always be AT&T in my mind.
And though it's not waxed, I do use a binder lacing in a lot of my low
voltage wiring runs in my house (telco, ethernet, TV signal,
surveillance video, etc.). I also use a messenger wire in my binder
lacing when spanning joists to support the bundle. I use binder lacing
because I've found that zip-ties have a very limited life span, they get
brittle, esp. if exposed to UV or ozone.
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