I wanted to share some structured wiring installation pictures. Have you heard the term structured wiring before? I usually refer to it in the context of any low-voltage wiring in a home that may be comprised of cable, phone, networking, security, automation, surround sound, etc; it often resides in an in-wall structured wiring panel (aka SMC). Wire management is a key component and/or technique when dealing with structured wiring and I try to combine both form and function with every installation…
Here’s a panel wired for cable, phone, and networking (including surveillance cameras):
Here’s an installation of a cross-platform security/automation system:
Another cross-platform security/automation system:
… an auxiliary security panel:
Nice and clean installations are a result of good wire management, but ultimately the cover panels are designed to hide it all:
I often work side-by-side (no pun intended) with other installers; the DirecTV installer wired the phone and cable, while I wired for networking and surveillance cameras:
I’m glad I was finally able to share these images. As always, if you have any questions feel free to use to Contact Us form.