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  • NEN EN 50174-3 : 2013 AMD 1 2017

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    INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - CABLING INSTALLATION - PART 3: INSTALLATION PLANNING AND PRACTICES OUTSIDE BUILDINGS

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    Published date:  13-01-2013

    Publisher:  Netherlands Standards

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    Introduction
    1 Scope
    2 Normative references
    3 Definitions and abbreviations
      3.1 Definitions
      3.2 Abbreviations
    4 Safety requirements
      4.1 Prerequisite
      4.2 Protection against electric shock
      4.3 Protection from voltages due to the proximity of
           high voltage systems
      4.4 Fire and chemical hazard
      4.5 Explosive and asphyxiating gases
      4.6 Optical fibre hazard
      4.7 Mechanical hazard
      4.8 Separation requirements for metallic cabling
      4.9 Closures
    5 General installation practices for metallic and optical
      fibre cabling
      5.1 General
      5.2 General precautions
      5.3 Pre-installation practices
      5.4 Preparation of cable routes
      5.5 Cabling practices
      5.6 Cable management systems
      5.7 Labelling
      5.8 Installation of closures
      5.9 Segregation of services
      5.10 Information technology cabling interconnections
           between buildings
      5.11 Pole sharing
    6 Additional installation practice for metallic cabling
      6.1 EMC-Considerations
      6.2 Balanced transmission
      6.3 Screening
      6.4 Mains and high voltage power distribution systems
           (above 1000 V)
      6.5 Protection against very low frequency fields
      6.6 Electrical isolation components
      6.7 Surge protective devices
      6.8 Protection against lightning
      6.9 Protection against electrostatic discharge (ESD)
      6.10 Corrosion
      6.11 Protection against radar emission and broadcast
           emitters
    7 Additional installation practices for optical fibre
      cabling
      7.1 General
      7.2 Pre-installation procedures
      7.3 Optical fibre cable practices
      7.4 Final assembly of closures
      7.5 Termination practices
      7.6 Jointing/termination of optical fibres
      7.7 Optical fibre management
    8 Additional installation practices for specific sites
      and services
      8.1 Hospitals
      8.2 Airports
      8.3 Nuclear areas
      8.4 Explosive areas
      8.5 Chemical manufacture/areas/plants
      8.6 Tunnels and bridges including their associated
           services
      8.7 Waterways, including rivers, canals, streams
           (natural or ducted/channelled etc.)
      8.8 Over-ground and underground railways
    Annex A (informative) Earth potential rise (EPR)
    Annex B (informative) Typical examples of protection
            for information technology cabling
    Bibliography

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    Defines requirements and provides recommendations for the following aspects of information technology cabling: a) planning; b) installation practice.

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    Publisher Netherlands Standards
    Status Current
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