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Jason Explains our Power & Data Management Range

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Power and data management, there are a few parts that make up this category, being the power the data, and then you've got your ergonomic accessories. So behind me is our heart adjustable range. But you know, when you're looking at on-desk power and data solutions, there are a variety of options available.

From something like this, which we call a laptop or monitor stand right through to a full ergonomic double monitor arm, single monitor arm. We've got half a dozen to a dozen different options there, which is your on-desk options. And then you can use a cable hole or a cable scallop, which we do on the 800 depth to run your power or data down, to the underside of your desk.

And this is where it gets interesting. And I highly recommend picking up the phone and talking to one of our sales experts who have been trained for weeks, months, and years on all things, cable management, and power management. 

If you want to come over here with me, there's a lot to consider about cable management and power management.  For a single desk in an office, it's okay to have your cable on the floor. I don't recommend it, but it's okay. The problem occurs when you start to have a workstation in the middle of the office, and it makes it even more complicated when it's a height-adjustable workstation.

So you'll see over here, this is what we call a four GPO power bank, which is a great solution, both for your fixed or height adjustable desks, that then clips into what we call a cable tray, where you can house both your power and data either together or independently.

Then once we start going away from your power options, which can be under the desk, you could have a power pack on the desk, which is better for hot desking. We then start to look at things like your cable management umbilicals such as this one here, which is more of a height-adjustable umbilical, which moves up and down with the desk all the way through to here which is a 2.7 meter floor to ceiling umbilical, which we can provide, what's called the soft wiring.

So, what that means is we will provide you with the soft wiring that your electrician will have to connect from the roof, and we will give you the mechanism and the pieces in order to activate this whole area with power.

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Power and data management, there are a few parts that make up this category, being the power the data, and then you've got your ergonomic accessories. So behind me is our heart adjustable range. But you know, when you're looking at on-desk power and data solutions, there are a variety of options available.

From something like this, which we call a laptop or monitor stand right through to a full ergonomic double monitor arm, single monitor arm. We've got half a dozen to a dozen different options there, which is your on-desk options. And then you can use a cable hole or a cable scallop, which we do on the 800 depth to run your power or data down, to the underside of your desk.

And this is where it gets interesting. And I highly recommend picking up the phone and talking to one of our sales experts who have been trained for weeks, months, and years on all things, cable management, and power management. 

If you want to come over here with me, there's a lot to consider about cable management and power management.  For a single desk in an office, it's okay to have your cable on the floor. I don't recommend it, but it's okay. The problem occurs when you start to have a workstation in the middle of the office, and it makes it even more complicated when it's a height-adjustable workstation.

So you'll see over here, this is what we call a four GPO power bank, which is a great solution, both for your fixed or height adjustable desks, that then clips into what we call a cable tray, where you can house both your power and data either together or independently.

Then once we start going away from your power options, which can be under the desk, you could have a power pack on the desk, which is better for hot desking. We then start to look at things like your cable management umbilicals such as this one here, which is more of a height-adjustable umbilical, which moves up and down with the desk all the way through to here which is a 2.7 meter floor to ceiling umbilical, which we can provide, what's called the soft wiring.

So, what that means is we will provide you with the soft wiring that your electrician will have to connect from the roof, and we will give you the mechanism and the pieces in order to activate this whole area with power.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Power & Data Management

Customers Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is the purpose of cable management?

    Cable management is essential to create a visually pleasing and clean work environment. Managing cables or wires helps to maintain basic functionality and also protect the devices from the clogged airflow due to unorganised and disordered wires. Tangled Wires or Cables are generally time-consuming to untangle.
  • Can bad cable management cause problems?

    Bad cable management can have a long-lasting impact on business operations and cause many issues over time.
  • What are cable management systems?

    A cable management system is a unit or fitting that allows the systematic organisation of cables connected to electrical devices. It ensures the safe transport of wires through open spaces such as building rooftops. A cable management system is necessary for a secure, organised and safe home or work environment.

Power and Data Management

Power and Data Management is a shorthand way to describe how installers and network engineers organize cables and hardware to enable troubleshooting, ease of identification, and to facilitate upgrades. 

It is difficult to overstate the importance of proper cable management to network operations.

The most basic benefit of cable management is safety. A spaghetti bowl of cable lying around floors and dangling off racks is a trip hazard to anyone who must move around to connect or reconfigure network hookups. Tangled cables can overheat or spark, causing a fire. 

Proper cable management helps mediate these hazards, reducing the risk of injury and property damage.

JasonL offers a wide range of power and data management:

Why Cable Management Is Important

Network infrastructure designers recognize the importance of proper cable management from planning through installation. The specific kinds of cable management accessories employed in any individual installation will vary depending on the data center’s size and complexity. 

Terminations, switches, racking, and cabinets all factor into a detailed conception of cable management for any network configuration. Some installations may combine vertical with horizontal cable management and deploy bars, clips, racking, and cabling guides accordingly along floors and ceilings, within cabinets, or across the top of racking in aisles filled with hardware.

Whether you are constructing a new network, upgrading an existing one, or simply planning for future expansion, cable management should be part of your plan. 

Consider the types of network cables required, how much cable of what length you’ll need, and the number of ports or outlets available. Ventilation, power management, and accessibility for testing, troubleshooting, and repairs are all issues to consider. 

Once you know how much cable you need and what type, you can plan for the kinds of cable management accessories you’ll need to help keep all those wires organized, neat, clean, and in good operating condition.