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To reduce downtime and save space, is the cabling also taken into account?

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In recent years, the number of connections/cables used in data centers has become highly practical, both for standard and High Density scenarios. In addition, security to prevent network downtime plays an increasingly important role within data centers.

As a specialist in the field of patch cabling, ACT Connectivity Solutions has therefore developed a series of cables for data centers. Consisting of copper twisted pair network cables, fiber optic cables and power cables, these ACT cables are designed for convenience and maximum reliability in your data centers. Convenience and reliability through thinner cables in multiple colors and consistent locking mechanisms. Colored patch cables are easy to identify and this reduces the chance of errors.

Part of this series of cables for data centers are the ACT Slimline patch cables, the ACT Polarity Twist™ fiber optic patch cables and the ACT Dual IEC Lock power cables.

ACT Slimline patch cables The ACT Slimline patch cables are 40% thinner than conventional patch cables. Slimline patch cables can be used in places where cable space is limited, which is common within the data center. These cables reduce the replacement cable space in racks, resulting in better cable management and space savings.

ACT Polarity Twist™ fiber optic patch cables The ACT Polarity Twist™ patch cables are 60% thinner than duplex patch cables. In addition, ACT’s Polarity Twist™ fiber optic patch cables have a unique connector that allows you to adjust the polarity of the patch cable within seconds. Adjusting the polarity of the cable may be necessary when installing a change to the cable because equipment is connected in different ways.

ACT Dual IEC Lock power cables With the Dual IEC Lock cables you minimize the risk of downtime in your network. This cable offers double locking (C13+C14). In addition, the cable has a unique connector on the PDU side. This lock is located both at the top and on the side, so that the cable on the PDU side is extra protected against accidental disconnection.

Contact To reduce downtime and save space, is the cabling also taken into account?

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