Interesting Interpretation of Wiring Standards
Sydney Australia We have a client with many offices around the world, this one is in Australia, and we obviously could not undertake the installation. Call-outs could be challenging! Here are a couple of PAC door controllers, using a less than conventional cable for the connections to
Before and after Mikki
This is an example of before and after Mikki Tiamo has been to a job. This is what we, at Access-Ability like to leave our jobs like after we’ve finished. Mikki doesn’t like, poorly designed server cabinets and racks, be they large or small. Mikki doesn’t like,
Explosion at a Spaghetti Factory!!
Another challenge for Barry! This Videx Century One intercom system has been in for many years, installed by others, we might add. Now we have to make some modifications to meet the client’s new requirements. As the tech support engineer at Videx said, “good luck with that”
Argh! My eyes!
I see a lot of server cabinets and I see a lot of badly thrown together server cabinets but this one is bad on so many levels. Firstly, the patch panel is in upside down and right at the bottom of the cabinet. It’s only just accessible.
When confronted by this one, the engineer was actually too scared to put his hand in for fear of creating more faults! Solid drawn BT cable is notorious for snapping very easily, the slightest movement could cause chaos. Strong drink required before tackling this!! 😊
Density of equipment
We were particularly impressed with the density of equipment in this equipment box which has been causing the equipment to overheat.
Another Quality CCTV Installation by a competitor
Apparently, this represents a quality CCTV installation. We don’t need to do much to look good when this is what we find on some sites.