A data jack is one piece of office equipment that you may need to both create a reliable telephone system and enjoy a high-speed internet connection in your office. This data jack acts like a hardware interface between the building's phone wiring and your phones. It is fixed to the baseboard or the wall. In addition to phone systems, this jack also forms a useful part of the dial up systems in offices to connect to the internet. With this data jack installed, you can get internet access and perform work over the web smoothly and efficiently.
HOW TO ORDER: (1) Determine the configurations that need powered and electrical load requirements. (2) Choose base feed. (3) Establish placement of power blocks. (4) Identify receptacles per power block. (5) To figure harness length, take the center of the item where the power blocks are to be placed, plus the length of any items the harness needs to pass under; subtract 8'' and use the next larger size harness, unless measurement is exactly the size of a harness. For example: Sample #1 the power blocks are centered in the 42'' returns, so half the return size is 21'' for each return (21'' + 21'') plus 30'' depth of the peninsula, minus 8''. (21'' + 21'' + 30'' - 8'' = 64'' harness length). (6) Determine needed accessories.