This type of cable is at the core of any structured cabling system used primarily for computer networks such as Ethernet. Cat5 cabling is also used to carry other signals such as telephony and video.
It has been designed to carry signals up to 100 meters.
It is primarily used within the office environment to connect the computers and telephones to the servers and telephone system.
The main benefits of Cat5 are that it provides a common platform for connecting devices, you no longer have to have one type of cable for your telephone, another for your computer and yet another for TV all the services can be accommodated on the one cable type.
ACCL have installed Cat5 cabling to a number of clients in different market sectors and environments, to name but a few:
As the client I can only say thanks and its an amazing piece of work by all involved. Believe me that the work to coordinate this work around other issues was challenging but Wayne and ACCL were great.
I have had the pleasure of asking Wayne and team for advice and guidance over a number of years, and have always felt assured that all advice I have received was totally unbiased and 100% accurate.
The Engineers were helpful and patient. They did anything and everything that was asked of them. Thanks for a very good first job.
The Engineers were punctual and courteous whilst on site. They worked professionally, always being aware of the needs of the other tradesman who were also working on this project. They were sympathetic to the needs of the school and we are very satisfied with the overall installation.
Another professional installation by ACCL, on time and in budget!
All the people involved were extremely helpful at all times. All performed equally well in a fast-track project and responded quickly to any changes in requirements.