CM10 Straight Sections - Fiber Optic Tray

 

X120-2-2-1FT
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What's special about these cable trays?

  • Cable Tray straight sections (0.120 in. Ø cold rolled steel ) have a grid pattern of 2" x 2"
  • Available in standard widths of 2", 4", 6", 8" and 12"
  • Lengths can be ordered in 1', 2', and 5' with a depth/height of either 2" or 4"
  • Junctions/intersections include interconnecting hardware
  • Custom sizes and colors are available. Safety Yellow, White, Chrome and Black
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Manufacturer recommends support every 5 feet

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Ratchet Tool

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Ratchet Tool XCM99-RATCHET CM99 Ratchet
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JUNCTIONS & ACCESSORIES
 
Cable Tray Intersections CM15 Junctions / Intersections (.120Ø) cable tray reducer CM19 Standard-duty reducer (.120Ø)
 
Cable Tray Intersections Accessories

Center Support, Trapeze Support, Floor Support, Wall Mount

steel hanging wire Galvanized Steel Hanger Wire

Designed to return to a straight configuration even after being coiled, this galvanized steel acoustical wire is perfect for hanging drop ceilings and suspending cable supports.


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Cable-Mgr.'s CM10 product line with its 2x2 inch grid pattern was designed especially for fiber optics and as tray separator. The smaller grid pattern verses the standard 2x4 minimizes cable sag to insure optimum performance.


 Installation:

Cable-Mgr. requires only one tool for installation, a ratchet and 1/2" socket. Connecting hardware is supplied with tray. Modularity of tray sections provides easy layout changes, and easily adapts to building layouts.

 Grounding:

Underwriters Laboratory certified cable tray. Each section of tray is labeled with the U.L. trademark, control number, statement stating product is UL Classified (Only CM20) as an equipment ground conductor, and NEC required total cross-sectional area of the grounding members without the need for additional splices of hardware.

 Junctions

Pre-fabricated junctions eliminate the need of cutting and bending. Ready-made 4 way "T" and "L" junctions. Junctions are manufactured in a controlled environment and conform to EIA/TIA and BICSI standards for bend radiuses.

 Waterfalls

A waterfall allows the cables (wether network or fiber optic) to safely exit the cable tray system to the necessary point.

 Labor Savings:

Pre-fabricated junctions reduce labor by approximately 50%. No need for special cutters or bending tools. Our patent pending design eliminates the need for additional grounding straps and connecting hardware.

 Tray Lengths:

Cable-Mgr. offers 5 standard lengths of 1, 2, and 5 feet. In circumstances where you might need a few inches we make an adjustable loop which can span up to 12 inches. All of Cable-Mgrs. Cable Trays are measured in inches and not based on the metric system.

 Material and Finish:

Cable Mgr. is powder coated .110", .187", and .250" diameter steel wire, suitable for outdoors and available in 5 standard colors, safety yellow, white, chrome orange for fiber, and black, safety yellow is standard. Custom colors are available and require additional lead time. Powder coating also provides a smooth burr free surface to eliminate nicking of cable jackets, also minimizes corrosion. The different tray wire diameters provide the customer the option to choose the structural strength product for their application.

Each tray has multiple connection areas that are tin plated to provide the electrical continuous grounding capability. Custom colors and sizes are available.

 Fiber Tray:

Cable-Mgr. 's CM10 product line with its 2x2 inch grid pattern was designed especially for fiber optics and as tray separator. The smaller grid pattern verses the standard 2x4 minimizes cable sag to insure optimum performance.

 Installation Hardware:

Mounting hardware is available for wall, trapeze, center support, and raised floor applications.

 

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2" DEPTH
WIDTH 1' LENGTH 2' LENGTH 5' LENGTH
2" 0.93 lbs 1.20 lbs 2.76 lbs
4" 0.98 lbs 1.29 lbs 2.93 lbs
6" 1.39 lbs 1.80 lbs 4.06 lbs
8" 1.55 lbs 2.05 lbs 4.54 lbs
12" 1.67 lbs 2.19 lbs 4.90 lbs
4" DEPTH
WIDTH 1' LENGTH 2' LENGTH 5' LENGTH
6" 1.17 lbs 1.98 lbs 4.42 lbs
8" 1.29 lbs 2.19 lbs 4.90 lbs
12" 1.41 lbs 2.31 lbs 5.26 lbs

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TECHNICAL ISSUES CONCERNING KEEPING CABLES OFF THE FLOOR

1. Leeching. Concrete that the raised floor is installed over often has a process that occurs over time called leeching. This occurs even if the concrete has been fully cured; there are processes that will stop leeching of concrete or impede its progress, but they are expensive and not typically used on most jobs. Leeching dramatically impacts the performance of your cable because of how it deteriorates the jacket of the cable allowing the elements to get closer to the copper.

 

2. Moisture infiltration. If any water were to penetrate the floor or walls that lead to the underfloor area, the cable is in direct contact with the water which can lead to major problems. Sometimes this can occur without anyone knowing about the problem for weeks; tray is just extra piece of mind that your cable is off of the floor and away from any water that might infiltrate the data center.

 

3. Air Flow Problems. Over time if the cable is just laid on the concrete floor, it will accumulate into a large mass. This creates a problem known as “air dams”, which doesn’t sound like a big deal, but is the most crucial for data center applications. The first 4 inches off of the floor and the last 4 inches before the bottom of the flooring tiles are most prime areas to keep free of any impediments for optimal air flow. This is especially true if the end user is using “blade servers” as this type of server is growing in acceptance and is becoming the norm. Blade servers generate an enormous amount of heat and require the most air flow available for cooling.

 

4. Separation of Power and Data Cables. Using tray allows for dedicated pathway for your data cables, which keeps them separate from any power cables. Especially critical in data center applications where the density of cables is increasing and will continue to increase.

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