Audio & Video
HDMI or High-Definition Multimedia Interface simultaneously transmits video and audio, this solution is the most popular way to support both video and sound. These cables support HD video and theater-quality sound.
Optical cables use light to transmit data through the cable. Optical cables can support high quality sound and sound accessories such as surround-sound. This audio solution is ideal for only connecting sound to a device.
An RCA is recognizable, as its the cable with the three color-coded plugs that connects to the corresponding jacks. These can be used on a variety of AV devices. This analog solution produces a high quality transfer of video and audio since each element travels through a separate channel.
A coaxial cable uses electricity to transmit audio. A coaxial cable offers high quality sound as it has a high bandwidth. Coax cables are easy to install and are extremely durable. These are ideal for small to midsize networks.
Cabling in DFW offers a variety of Cable Ratings to accommodate for installation in a variety of locations throughout your facilities.
Riser Rated Cable
Riser cabling runs vertically between floors or in elevator shafts. These riser cables, although not as strict as plenum-rated cabling, have to meet fire safety standards to ensure that fires don’t spread from floor to floor.
Outdoor Rated Cable
Outdoor rated cable can be run outside as they’re designed with the ability to withstand the elements of the outdoors. Indoor cabling cannot resist sunlight or rain, so overtime they can become damaged easily.
Plenum Rated Cable
Plenum rated cables are used in spaces with air flow. These can be found in spaces in ceilings. These are used since they have a high degree of fire resistance and release less toxic fumes, in the case where there may be a fire.
Direct Burial Rated Cable
Direct burial cables are designed to be buried. These cables can withstand moisture and the elements in order to prevent damage when running cables underground, outside.
Our Installation Process
Install cabling to connect network hardware.
Organize cabling for a neat, state-of-the-art solution.
Integrate the physical and electrical connection between cabling and equipment.
Ensure cables are healthy and working properly.
Document Cable Type & Location in Floor Plan
Record the exact location and cabling type in the facility map.
Clearly label the physical cable.
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Cabling in DFW is the leader in providing companies throughout the DFW metroplex and surrounding areas the best structured cabling solution to help their business stay connected.
Whether you need help organizing your cabling for a neater appearance or have your facilities under construction, Cabling in DFW can provide turnkey solutions to ensure that your network is the best it can be.
We offer a complimentary consultation, so that way we can understand your business’s needs and you can get to know us, and how we understand the importance of providing an individualized solution for you.
1509 W Hebron Parkway
Suite Number 150
Carrollton, TX 75010