Fiber

Understanding MPTL in the Upcoming TIA 568-2.D Standard

The advent of intelligent buildings, where virtually every device is connected to network cabling infrastructure, allows building systems to communicate via Internet Protocol. And thanks to advancements in power over Ethernet (PoE) technology, that cabling infrastructure is often expected to go beyond just data communications – it now delivers low-voltage power to a variety of end devices. As a result, instead of connecting to the network via boxes, outlets and patch cords, these devices can be connected using modular plug-terminated links – or MPTLs.

 

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Categories: Fiber, FOTC, SCN, Standards

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