Physical installation Telscope

The Guide To Good

WORKMANSHIP

An engineer handbook containing Telko product installation guidelines

 

Installation of Telko Products:

 

Server (2224 C):

Ground Server

Ground power cable shield

Use cable markings

Use bolt, washer and nut when mounting

Use wire markings

Add some extra cable before connecting to the contacts on the Server

 

Displays:

Ground Display

Ground power cable shield

Use cable markings

Use bolt, washer and nut when mounting

 

Keyboard/Trackball:

Use cable markings

Use cable ties so nothing will come loose due to vibrations

 

Interface:

Ground Unit

Ground power cable shield

Use cable markings

Use bolt, washer and nut when mounting

Use wire markings

 

Groundings:

Always ground all units and power cables with ground wire. It is especially important when units are mounted on wood, plastic or other non-conductive material. For power cables, use ground wire in cable and also cable shield.

If grounding NMEA cables:

  • Best: ground the transmitting end of the cable only

  • Next-best: ground the receiving end of the cable only

  • Worst: ground both ends of the cable

 

Networks:

A-A: The T-568A standard is supposed to be used in new network installations. Most off-the-shelf Ethernet cables are still of the T-568B standard, however, it makes absolutely no functional difference which one you choose.

B-B: Both the T-568A and the T-568B standard Straight-Through cables are used most often as patch cords for your Ethernet connections. If you require a cable to connect two Ethernet devices directly together without a hub or when you connect two hubs together, you will need to use a Crossover cable instead.

A-B: A good way of remembering how to wire a Crossover Ethernet cable is to wire one end using the T-568A standard and the other end using the T-568B standard. Another way of remembering the color coding is to simply switch the Green set of wires in place with the Orange set of wires. Specifically; switch the solid Green (G) with the solid Orange, and switch the green/white with the orange/white.

  • ALWAYS test any self-made network cables with cable tester

  • Halogen free Network cable Max length 100m

 

Cables:

  • 2x2,5
    • Halogen free power 24V DC
  • 3G1,5
    • Halogen free power 240V AC
  • 2x2x0,5
    • Halogen free signal (Nmea, Analog)
  • USB
  • Network Cat5, Cat5e, Cat6
    • Halogen free network
  • VGA
    • Use the included standard length

 

Power:

If units are connected to 24 V DC Source

Amp

Watt

Max length area 1,5

Max length area 2,5

Max length area 4

0,5

12

70m

120m

 

0,75

18

50m

80m

 

1

24

30m

60m

 

1,50

36

X

40m

60m

2

48

X

30m

50m

2,50

60

X

23m

45m

3

72

X

20m

35m

3,50

84

X

17m

30m

4

96

X

15m

25m

4,50

108

X

13m

22m

5

120

X

12m

20m

5,50

132

X

10m

17m

6

144

X

9m

15m

 

 

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