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Benoire

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  #817577 14-May-2013 18:14
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Bingo DarthKermit :-)

Just need a nice flush mounted box to put them all in! What have you done in the cupboard?

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When I finally get around to applying some structure to my current 'birdsnest' of cat5, I will probably use one of Dynamix's enclosures, mounting options are flexible and they have several sizes available. Though in saying this, I wish I could easily get hold of some of the enclosures that Huawei make.

 
 
 
 


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  #821720 18-May-2013 19:57
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Benoire: Bingo DarthKermit :-)

Just need a nice flush mounted box to put them all in! What have you done in the cupboard?


Well, the cupboard is a bit of a mess. Ideally a cabinet to house all the toys would be a good idea. Right now it's a rat's nest.




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  #821766 18-May-2013 21:51
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@InstallerUFB

Can the ONT be installed in to a flush mounted box or does it require air flow around it so its best to install in a surface mounted unit like the Dynamix ones?

Thanks,

Chris

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  #821922 19-May-2013 13:08
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I have just used these guys - http://www.cablesdirect.co.nz/ - Loads of choice and it was all very easy. I'm going to be starting to wire out my cupboard this afternoon!

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  #822107 19-May-2013 19:57
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Benoire: @InstallerUFB

Can the ONT be installed in to a flush mounted box or does it require air flow around it so its best to install in a surface mounted unit like the Dynamix ones?

Thanks,

Chris


Either as long as there is good air flow and its not closed up in a box the seals up when the door is closed

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