DSX cross-connect solution

Ricky Beam jfbeam at gmail.com
Mon May 4 16:23:13 CDT 2009


On Mon, 04 May 2009 16:05:30 -0400, Wallace Keith  
<kwallace at pcconnection.com> wrote:
> I would stick with wire wrap, 66 blocks make an inferior connection.

True, but a 66 block will work.  Usually.  And is easily re-punched.

> If someone cannot deal with wire wrapping, they are not living in a
> telecom world.

Really.  Seriously, who cannot do wire wrap?  It takes, literally, 5  
minutes to learn to do it.  And that's with a "screw driver" wirewrap  
tool. With one of these  
[http://www.datacomtools.com/catalog/Wire-Wrap-tools/jonard-wire-wrap-gun.htm],  
it takes about 10s, and you get a consistent, near perfect wrap every  
time. (yes, it's a bit pricey, but very worth the cost even if you only  
use it once to wire a single panel.)

--Ricky

PS: That's just the gun; it'll need a tip/sleeve.  I recommend a complete  
kit.  
[http://www.datacomtools.com/catalog/Wire-Wrap-tools/wire-wrap-kits.htm]




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