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Requirements for Computer Laboratory (Raceways, Face Plates, Outlets etc.)

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Hi friends !

I am going to make a computer laboratory with 30 computers in my workplace. I will use only two switches in the laboratory. I want to know how should I design for it ? I know that the equipments i.e. Surface Raceways, Furniture Raceways, Face Plates, Electircal Outlets and others will be needed.

I have gone through the website www.panduit.com and there I have found many products. Now I want to know...

1. What the tools I will need if I prepare the lab my self and don't give contract to other companies ?
2. Is there any website from where I can get help for Planning, Designing and Preparing Computer Laboratory ? and What will be the requirements ?
3. I also want to know one thing more. I have seen that in the server room of my workplace, where we have routers and switches, there are patch panel and the UTP Cables with RJ-45 Jack, that are plugged in those panels, are well-made and seem that no one can make them without any machine or advance tool. They are not like the one I can make myself with Climping tool.
How can I prepare the cable ? Is there any equipment for it ? I will need that type of quality work.

Please provide me any website link from where I can know how to prepare and design the lab and what requirements should be considered about ?

Thanks,

Hemant
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