Information technology - Implementation and operation of customer premises cabling - Part 2: Planning and installation

ISO/IEC 14763-2:2019 specifies requirements for the planning, installation and operation of telecommunications cabling and cabling infrastructures including cabling, pathways, spaces and telecommunications bonds (other than that specified in ISO/IEC 30129) in support of generic cabling standards and associated documents. The following aspects are addressed:
a) specification of the installation;
b) quality assurance;
c) installation planning;
d) installation practice;
e) documentation;
f) administration;
g) testing;
h) inspection;
i) operation;
j) maintenance;
k) repair.
The requirements and recommendations of Clauses 5 to 14 are premises-independent. Annexes C through G contain premises-specific amendments of and additions to these requirements and recommendations.
In addition, this document describes the methodology for the assessment of spaces, pathways, pathway systems and cabling (either installed or planned) in support of remote powering objectives.
This document excludes specific requirements applicable to other cabling systems (e.g. power supply cabling); however, it takes account of the effects other cabling systems may have on the installation of telecommunications cabling (and vice versa) and gives general advice.
This document excludes those aspects of installation associated with the transmission of signals in free space between transmitters, receivers or their associated antenna systems (e.g. wireless, radio, microwave or satellite).
This document is applicable to certain hazardous environments but does not exclude additional requirements which are applicable in particular circumstances (e.g. electricity supply and electrified railways).
Safety and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) requirements are outside the scope of this document and are covered by other standards and regulations. However, information given in this document can be of assistance in meeting these standards and regulations.
This second edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition: the inclusion of planning and installation practices to support remote powering over the telecommunications cabling infrastructure and the inclusion of planning and installation practices outside buildings.

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CONTENTS

FOREWORD ........................................................................................................................... 9

INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................... 11

1 Scope ............................................................................................................................ 13

2 Normative references .................................................................................................... 14

3 Terms, definitions and abbreviated terms ...................................................................... 15

3.1 Terms and definitions ............................................................................................ 15

3.2 Abbreviated terms ................................................................................................. 20

3.3 Conventions .......................................................................................................... 21

4 Conformance ................................................................................................................. 21

5 Specification of installations .......................................................................................... 21

5.1 General ................................................................................................................. 21

5.2 Installation specification ........................................................................................ 22

5.2.1 Requirements ................................................................................................ 22

5.2.2 Recommendations ......................................................................................... 23

5.3 Technical specification .......................................................................................... 24

5.3.1 General ......................................................................................................... 24

5.3.2 Notification of hazards ................................................................................... 24

5.3.3 Security requirements .................................................................................... 25

5.3.4 Performance and configuration – Requirements ............................................. 25

5.3.5 Environmental conditions ............................................................................... 27

5.4 Scope of work ....................................................................................................... 28

5.4.1 Pre-installation .............................................................................................. 28

5.4.2 Installation ..................................................................................................... 29

5.4.3 Post-installation ............................................................................................. 30

5.5 Quality assurance ................................................................................................. 30

6 Quality planning............................................................................................................. 30

6.1 Quality plan .......................................................................................................... 30

6.2 Specification of cabling components ..................................................................... 31

6.3 Sampling............................................................................................................... 32

6.3.1 Balanced cabling ........................................................................................... 32

6.3.2 Optical fibre cabling ....................................................................................... 34

6.4 Treatment of marginal results................................................................................ 36

6.4.1 Balanced cabling ........................................................................................... 36

6.4.2 Optical fibre cabling ....................................................................................... 36

6.5 Treatment of non-compliant results ....................................................................... 36

6.6 Change control ..................................................................................................... 36

7 Installation planning....................................................................................................... 36

7.1 General ................................................................................................................. 36

7.2 Safety ................................................................................................................... 37

7.2.1 General ......................................................................................................... 37

7.2.2 Low voltage power supply cabling .................................................................. 37

7.2.3 Telecommunications cables fire performance ................................................ 37

7.2.4 Optical fibre cabling ....................................................................................... 37

7.2.5 Transmission and terminal equipment ............................................................ 37

7.3 Environment.......................................................................................................... 37

7.4 Points of electrical contact .................................................................................... 38

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7.5 External service provision ..................................................................................... 38

7.5.1 Requirements ................................................................................................ 38

7.5.2 Recommendations ......................................................................................... 38

7.6 Pathways and pathway systems ............................................................................ 38

7.6.1 General ......................................................................................................... 38

7.6.2 Inside buildings ............................................................................................. 42

7.6.3 Outside buildings ........................................................................................... 49

7.7 Spaces ................................................................................................................. 61

7.7.1 Requirements ................................................................................................ 61

7.7.2 Recommendations ......................................................................................... 66

7.8 Functional elements .............................................................................................. 68

7.8.1 Requirements ................................................................................................ 68

7.8.2 Recommendations ......................................................................................... 70

7.9 Segregation of telecommunications cabling and power supply cabling inside

buildings ............................................................................................................... 70

7.9.1 General ......................................................................................................... 70

7.9.2 Requirements ................................................................................................ 72

7.9.3 Recommendations ......................................................................................... 78

7.10 Segregation of underground telecommunications cabling and power supply

cabling outside buildings ....................................................................................... 78

7.10.1 General ......................................................................................................... 78

7.10.2 Power supply cabling ≤ AC 1 000 V RMS or DC 1 500 V ................................ 78

7.10.3 Power supply cabling > AC 1 000 V RMS or DC 1 500 V ................................ 79

7.10.4 Earthing systems ........................................................................................... 80

7.10.5 Other infrastructures ...................................................................................... 81

7.11 Segregation of aerial telecommunications cabling ................................................. 82

7.11.1 General ......................................................................................................... 82

7.11.2 Overhead power supply infrastructures .......................................................... 82

7.11.3 Sharing of infrastructures carrying ≤ 1 000 V AC (1 500 V DC) ...................... 84

7.11.4 Sharing of infrastructures carrying > 1 000 V AC (1 500 V DC) ...................... 86

7.12 Planning for repair ................................................................................................ 86

7.13 Cabling – Requirements ........................................................................................ 87

7.13.1 General ......................................................................................................... 87

7.13.2 Unscreened cabling ....................................................................................... 87

7.13.3 Screened cabling ........................................................................................... 87

7.13.4 Optical fibre cabling ....................................................................................... 87

7.14 Planning and assessment of cabling in support of remote powering

objectives ............................................................................................................. 88

7.14.1 General ......................................................................................................... 88

7.14.2 Remote powering installations of Category RP3............................................. 88

7.14.3 Connecting hardware ..................................................................................... 92

8 Installation practices ...................................................................................................... 93

8.1 General ................................................................................................................. 93

8.2 Safety ................................................................................................................... 93

8.2.1 General ......................................................................................................... 93

8.2.2 Power supply cabling ..................................................................................... 93

8.2.3 Telecommunications cables fire performance ................................................ 93

8.2.4 Optical fibre cabling ....................................................................................... 93

8.2.5 Guards and signs .......................................................................................... 94

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8.2.6 Enclosed spaces ........................................................................................... 94

8.2.7 Maintenance holes ......................................................................................... 94

8.2.8 Closures ........................................................................................................ 94

8.3 Environment.......................................................................................................... 94

8.3.1 Storage.......................................................................................................... 94

8.3.2 Installation – Requirements ........................................................................... 94

8.4 Component inspection and testing – Requirements ............................................... 94

8.5 Pathways .............................................................................................................. 95

8.5.1 Requirements ................................................................................................ 95

8.5.2 Recommendations ......................................................................................... 96

8.6 Spaces ................................................................................................................. 96

8.6.1 Requirements ................................................................................................ 96

8.6.2 Recommendations ......................................................................................... 97

8.7 Pathway system installation .................................................................................. 97

8.7.1 General ......................................................................................................... 97

8.7.2 Inside buildings ............................................................................................. 98

8.7.3 Outside buildings ........................................................................................... 98

8.8 Closure installation ............................................................................................... 98

8.9 Cable installation .................................................................................................. 99

8.9.1 Cable installation within pathway systems ..................................................... 99

8.9.2 Inside buildings ........................................................................................... 100

8.9.3 Cable installation in maintenance holes ....................................................... 101

8.9.4 Cable installation within closures – Requirements........................................ 102

8.10 Jointing and terminating of cables ....................................................................... 102

8.10.1 Requirements .............................................................................................. 102

8.10.2 Balanced cabling ......................................................................................... 103

8.10.3 Screened balanced cabling .......................................................................... 103

8.10.4 Optical fibre cabling ..................................................................................... 103

8.11 Cords and jumpers .............................................................................................. 103

8.12 Surge protective devices ..................................................................................... 103

8.13 Acceptance ......................................................................................................... 104

8.13.1 Inspection .................................................................................................... 104

8.13.2 Testing ........................................................................................................ 104

9 Documentation and administration ............................................................................... 104

9.1 Symbols and preparation of documents............................................................... 104

9.1.1 Requirements .............................................................................................. 104

9.1.2 Recommendations ....................................................................................... 104

9.2 Administration ..................................................................................................... 104

9.2.1 General ....................................................................................................... 104

9.2.2 Administration system .................................................................................. 105

9.2.3 Identifiers – Requirements ........................................................................... 109

9.2.4 Component labelling .................................................................................... 109

9.2.5 Records ....................................................................................................... 112

9.2.6 Cable administration system ........................................................................ 116

9.2.7 Reports........................................................................................................ 119

10 Testing ........................................................................................................................ 119

10.1 General ............................................................................................................... 119

10.1.1 Links and permanent links ........................................................................... 119

10.1.2 Channels ..................................................................................................... 120

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10.1.3 Cabling interface adapters ........................................................................... 121

10.1.4 Calibration ................................................................................................... 121

10.1.5 Equipment protection ................................................................................... 121

10.1.6 Measurement conditions .............................................................................. 122

10.2 Test procedures for balanced cabling .................................................................. 122

10.2.1 General ....................................................................................................... 122

10.2.2 Measurement of length-related parameters .................................................. 122

10.2.3 Treatment of marginal test results................................................................ 122

10.2.4 Treatment of unacceptable test results ........................................................ 122

10.2.5 Test result format ........................................................................................ 122

10.2.6 Test result documentation ............................................................................ 123

10.3 Test procedures for optical fibre cabling.............................................................. 123

10.3.1 General ....................................................................................................... 123

10.3.2 Treatment of unacceptable test results ........................................................ 123

10.3.3 Test result documentation ............................................................................ 124

11 Inspection .................................................................................................................... 124

11.1 General ............................................................................................................... 124

11.2 Inspection Level 1 ............................................................................................... 124

11.3 Inspection Level 2 ............................................................................................... 125

11.4 Inspection Level 3 ............................................................................................... 125

11.5 Inspection documentation – Requirements .......................................................... 125

12 Operation .................................................................................................................... 126

12.1 Connection of equipment .................................................................................... 126

12.2 Standard operating procedure ............................................................................. 126

12.2.1 Requirements .............................................................................................. 126

12.2.2 Recommendations ....................................................................................... 126

12.3 Cords and jumpers .............................................................................................. 126

12.4 Optical fibre adapters .......................................................................................... 126

13 Maintenance ................................................................................................................ 127

13.1 Approaches to maintenance ................................................................................ 127

13.1.1 General ....................................................................................................... 127

13.1.2 Requirements .............................................................................................. 127

13.2 Maintenance procedures ..................................................................................... 127

13.2.1 Requirements .............................................................................................. 127

13.2.2 Recommendations ....................................................................................... 127

14 Repair ......................................................................................................................... 128

Annex A (normative) Optical fibre polarity maintenance: connecting hardware for

multiple optical fibres .......................................................................................................... 129

Annex B (normative) Common infrastructures within multi-tenant premises ........................ 143

Annex C (normative) Cabling in accordance with ISO/IEC 11801-2 .................................... 151

Annex D (normative) Cabling in accordance with ISO/IEC 11801-3 .................................... 153

Annex E (normative) Cabling in accordance with ISO/IEC 11801-4 .................................... 156

Annex F (normative) Cabling in accordance with ISO/IEC 11801-5 .................................... 162

Annex G (normative) Cabling in accordance with ISO/IEC 11801-6 .................................... 166

Annex H (informative) Equipment accommodation environments........................................ 168

Annex I (normative) Information for remote powering ......................................................... 169

Bibliography ........................................................................................................................ 173

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Figure 1 – Schematic relationship between ISO/IEC 14763-2 and other relevant

International Standards and Technical Reports ..................................................................... 12

Figure 2 – Quality assurance schematic ................................................................................ 22

Figure 3 – Conductor current for IEEE 802.3 remote powering applications .......................... 26

Figure 4 – Examples of conformant and non-conformant bend radius management .............. 44

Figure 5 – Example of use of curved corners in pathway systems ......................................... 46

Figure 6 – Example of layered cable trays with smaller width upper trays ............................. 48

Figure 7 – Example of uncovered (accessible) row of floor tiles to provide access to

lower tray .............................................................................................................................. 48

Figure 8 – Example of cabling installations outside buildings ................................................ 49

Figure 9 – Example of wind vibration damper ........................................................................ 61

Figure 10 – Dimensions of rooms intended to contain distributors ......................................... 63

Figure 11 – Process of determining cable separation ............................................................ 72

Figure 12 – Flowchart for cable separation calculation .......................................................... 75

Figure 13 – Separation of power supply and telecommunications cables without

dividers ................................................................................................................................. 76

Figure 14 – Assumed minimum separation of power supply and telecommunications

cables with dividers .............................................................................................................. 77

Figure 15 – Example of cable separation distance ................................................................ 77

Figure 16 – Example showing the protection of underground information technology

cables when located next to power supply cables ................................................................. 79

Figure 17 – Separation of adjacent infrastructures ................................................................ 83

Figure 18 – Separation distances on supporting structures ................................................... 85

Figure 19 – Separation distance on supporting structures with lighting devices ..................... 85

Figure 20 – Separation of cable bundles to minimize heating .............................................. 101

Figure 21 – Examples of labels indicating RP Category of remote powering installation ...... 108

Figure 22 – Examples of cord and jumper labelling ............................................................. 111

Figure 23 – Cable administration database and possible linkages ....................................... 117

Figure 24 – Basic cabling administration ............................................................................. 117

Figure 25 – Examples of cabling permanent links................................................................ 120

Figure 26 – Reference planes for link and channels (point-to-point) .................................... 120

Figure 27 – Example of a cabling channel ..............................................

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