How to Install a 110 Wiring Block
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|1. Mount the S110® wiring base and legs onto a suitable mounting surface with the necessary screws and hardware.||2. Remove the S110® wiring base from the legs by depressing the outer 4 fanning strips of the S110® wiring base inward to defeat the leg latches. Pull the wiring base away from the legs.||3. With the S110® base removed, route the cable between the legs.|
|4. Lace the cables through the appropriate openings in the wiring base and snap the S110® wiring base back onto the legs. Push the wiring base onto the legs until the latches “snap” into place. NOTE: For additional security, the assembly can be fastened together using the self-tapping, Phillips-head screws included.||5. Strip back only as much cable jacket as is necessary to terminate the conductors using the Siemon CPT tool or equivalent.||6. Lace the conductors into the S110® wiring base. Pair twist must be maintained to within 12mm (.5") of the point of termination for category 5 installations. Ample channel space is provided to allow jacketed cable to continue close to the point of termination.|
|7. Seat the conductors and trim off the excess wire with the cutting edge of the punchdown tool or equivalent.
NOTE: Be sure that the cutting edge is properly oriented prior to trimming the wire.
|8. Visually inspect the conductor and cable placement at this point to eliminate any miss-wires or reversals.||9. Insert a connecting block into the head of a impact tool / punchdown tool.|
|10. Carefully align the S110C connecting block over the wiring base, with the blue marking to the left side of the block (gray stripe down), and seat the connecting block.||11. Label the circuits then slide the designation strip into the S110-HLDR and snap the holder onto the wiring base. Complete the connections using CJ5 series cross-connect wire or S110P patch cables.
NOTE: Remove designation strips prior to removing base from legs.