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  1. West Alarm

    West Alarm Guest

    Where the best place to bulk order BNC compression fittings and tools
    for telecom (rj-45 stuff too)?
     
  2. ADI
     
  3. West Alarm

    West Alarm Guest

    Anybody wanna touch this please? Bob L. , you seem to be a shrewd
    shopper.



    Where the best place to bulk order BNC compression fittings and tools
    for telecom (rj-45 stuff too)?
     
  4. Bob La Londe

    Bob La Londe Guest

    Last batch of compression BNCs I actually got from ADI. They had an off
    brand that works great.

    The RJ-45 stuff you just shop around.
     
  5. Crash Gordon

    Crash Gordon Guest

    Hey, have you used those rj45 plugs where the conductors go all the way
    through the plug (you snip 'em off later)...sweet...so much faster and you
    can pull them up real snug on the insertion side that way too.



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  6. Bob La Londe

    Bob La Londe Guest


    I have not. I do everythig at or near BICSI standards on my cat 5(e)
    wiring. I use strain relief cat 5e patch cables and patch panels for all
    instalaltions. If a cable plugger bids the job I let them have it.

    Years ago I did some card to switch cable plugging, but its a pain to deal
    with changes and expansions and no matter how neat you are after a few years
    it becomes a real mess. Especially if different people work on it over the
    years.

    The amount of equipment going on the racks in this day and age you have to
    do things neater. Cables dangled down the front and plugged directly into
    the switches are more trouble than they saved for the next guy on the job.
     
  7. West Alarm

    West Alarm Guest

    You should look into it if you decide to terminate your own ends..
    It's called and EZ-RJ45 (or something like that) The wires come all
    the way through the 45 connector and the tool snips them off while
    crimping, nice. It's much easier than lining up the conductors when
    they are pre cut and getting them in the slots together.

    Thanks for the BNC supplier advice, I'm trying to buy them for less
    than $1 a piece though. I was trying to find a vendor that might have
    them for a 50c-75c price.
     
  8. Bob La Londe

    Bob La Londe Guest

    Talk to Vern Alderman at SGI. He is the wesern regional manager for SGI
    now, but he used to be the branch manager at ADI. If he can't supply them
    to you he can probably tell you what brand they were. I bought them from
    him at ADI for less than a buck a piece when has was the branch manager.
    Don't waste his time though if you aren't buying a couple hundred at a time.
    The mark up on those is huge.

    Vern can be found at either the Phx or the Nevada Branch of SGI most days.


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    The guy who makes the final decision on who we buy from.
    Bob La Londe

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    Bob La Londe - Owner
    P.O. Box 5720
    Yuma, Az 85366

    (928) 782-9765 ofc
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