Cabling and Wiring Infrastructure Services - Connecticut, Western Massachusetts and Westchester County, New York
Network Cabling, Copper & Fiber Structured Cabling and Installations, Home Automation and Home Networking, Home Camera Systems
Connecticut / CT License 106004
The installation arm of Ekris Cable, we provide structured cabling and wireless solutions throughout Connecticut, Western Massachusetts and Westchester
County, New York.
Some of the solutions we offer are:
Commercial Network Cabling and Installations:
Copper Cabling, Optical Fiber Cabling, Installation and Termination, as well as Test and Certification of Systems
We cover: Cat 5, Cat5e, and Cat 6 Network Data Cable Installations, Voice Cable Installations, Local Area Networks, Wide Area Networks, Data Centers, Call Center, Help Desks, PBX, etc
Industries Served: Education - Healthcare Facilities - Financial Institutions - Government - Small
Offices - Multi-story Buildings - Automotive - Manufacturing Plants - Restaurants - Retail
Residential Network Cabling and Installations
SOHO Lans providing you with the capability to operate a Local Area Network within your home
Home Cameras providing you with the capability to operate a home camera system to keep an eye on the baby, pool, front door, etc.
Home Networking providing you with the capability to distribute outside services and entertainment
to any part of your home (such as: cable television, DSS, DVD players, telephone, DSL, Internet, etc.)
Twisted pair - Wire is twisted to minimize crosstalk interference. It may be shielded or unshielded.
UTP-Unshielded Twisted Pair. Normally UTP contains 8 wires or 4 pair. 100 meter
maximum length. 4-100 Mbps speed.
STP-Shielded twisted pair. 100 meter maximum length. 16-155 Mbps speed. Lower
electrical interference than UTP.
Coaxial - Two conductors separated by insulation such as TV 75 ohm cable. Maximum length of 185 to 500 meters.
Thinnet - Thinnet uses a British Naval Connector (BNC) on each end. Thinnet is part of the
RG-58 family of cable*. Maximum cable length is 185 meters. Transmission speed is 10Mbps. Thinnet cable should have 50 ohms impedance and its terminator has 50 ohms
impedance. A T or barrel connector has no impedance.
Thicknet - Half inch rigid cable. Maximum cable length is 500 meters. Transmission speed
is 10Mbps. Expensive and is not commonly used. (RG-11 or RG-8). A vampire tap or piercing tap is used with a transceiver attached to connect computers to the cable. 100 connections
may be made. The computer has an attachment unit interface (AUI) on its network card which is a 15 pin DB-15 connector. The computer is connected to the transceiver at the cable from
its AUI on its network card using a drop cable.
Coax cable types:
*Only these are part of the IEEE specification for ethernet networks.
Fiber-optic - Data is transmitted using light rather than electrons. Usually there are two fibers, one
for each direction. Cable length of 2 Kilometers. Speed from 100Mbps to 2Gbps. This is the most expensive and most difficult to install, but is not subject to interference. Two types of cables are:
Single mode cables for use with lasers.
Multimode cables for use with Light Emitting Diode (LED) drivers.
Contact us at "888.88E.KRIS – Option 2" (888.883.5747)
or by E-Mail firstname.lastname@example.org