Electrical wiring connects the different energy sources with the consumers. Incorrectly laid out cabling can lead to cable fires and the failure of the entire infrastructure.


Safe, Reliable and Efficient

Correct selection of suitable cable types is essential, particularly from the point of view of electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). For example, concentric protective conductors can drastically reduce the field strengths emanating from a cable and thus contribute to the safe operation of the IT infrastructure.

When it comes to electrical wiring, we primarily consider two criteria: reliability and safety. The right choice of cables is an essential factor for the safe and reliable operation of electrical systems. It is important to adapt the cable types to the respective requirements. A mistake in the selection of the cables can quickly become a major problem that not only affects the operation of the system, but also leads to an increased safety risk.

The cabling of data centers places special demands on the quality and use of the various materials. The installation must also be fireproof, among many other aspects, so that no dangerous situations arise in the event of a fire. In addition, the cabling should be designed in such a way that interference factors such as EMC, RFI and ESD are ruled out as far as possible.

Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)

EMC stands for electromagnetic compatibility and describes the ability of a system to protect itself against interference from electromagnetic fields.

Radio Frequency Interference

RFI is the abbreviation for Radio Frequency Interference and refers to disruptive impulses in communication.

Electrostatic Discharge

ESD stands for Electrostatic Discharge and describes the discharge of static electricity.

Advantage of High Knowledge

The wiring must therefore be EMC, RFI and ESD-proof to ensure smooth operation of the system. We would be happy to advise you on planning your cabling and support you in selecting the right components. Feel free to contact us for a consultation.

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