FACTORY BUILT HOME INSTALLATION & SET-UP INFORMATION

This notice applies to homes with the Net-Wired

WHOLE HOUSE COMMUNICATION WIRING SYSTEM

 

 

The system is comprised of the following key components:

Communication Termination Cabinet

 
DuoPlate TriPlate

DW-TW

 

 

ctc pic Plate Back

Plate-F-Back

 

 

 

 


Easy plug-up connections

For the pre-terminated

DuoCon Communication Wires. Incoming lead for outside services

(Identified as E below)

 

Our Composite (Cat5e/RG6) Communication Wire is run

From the Communication Cabinet to each Location around

the Home as shown below.

 

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PLANT INSTALLERS

ON THE INCOMING RUN FROM OUTSIDE ONLY

Cut off the end connectors to the end intended to be outside..(E in the Diagram on the left)

The connectors shown, on the right, on this one run are not needed by the

service providers. This will reduce any confusion to the set-crew as to which

wire is the service lead and which are the cross-overs.

 

 

Put Splice Kit (DC-Splice) on the ends of each of the wires which come out of the cabinet and will connect to wires to locations in other sections of the home. This would be on the right side of the splice marked D in the diagram.

This reduces confusion for the set-person under the home or in the attic making the connections.

 

splice%20endsAll runs from the cabinet provide for the same services, thus any run from the cabinet can be connected to any wire run that continues to the location in the home.

Cabinet

 

For a home with more than 2 sections we recommend that the Splice kits be put on the wire ends from the cabinet to connect with the continuing run to the faceplate. See diagram on the right.

 

FIELD SET CREW AND SERVICE

Make sure that every crossover is connected. Count the faceplate locations in the section of the home which does not have the cabinet in it, that is the number of cross overs you should connect. If the Splice Kits are not on the runs from the cabinet as instructed, look in the cabinet to see if they were shipped in the cabinet loose. If any of the connectors get crushed the wires may be conventionally spliced. Splicing low voltage runs does not violate residential code.

 

Pull the Run which is marked as incoming or has no Connectors on it to the area where service provider will hook up services. This also applies for the Black extra Coaxial cable for Satellite use. If there is a connector on the wire to the outside for service in to the cabinet, cut it off to reduce the confusion of the service provider

 

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