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  • Power cable management for rack DVR's

    I'm currently installing 40 DVR's. I have a rack system and I'm using 24port power strips. The problem I have is trying to manage the manufacturer provided cables. They are all 6' long. I was thinking of cutting the cables to the lengths I need and redoing the ends. Anyone have a better idea? Also is there a problem with running the power cables next to the coax cables? I have heard yea and nae on this issue and was wanting more input.

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    Originally posted by Dojoven
    I'm currently installing 40 DVR's. I have a rack system and I'm using 24port power strips. The problem I have is trying to manage the manufacturer provided cables. They are all 6' long. I was thinking of cutting the cables to the lengths I need and redoing the ends. Anyone have a better idea? Also is there a problem with running the power cables next to the coax cables? I have heard yea and nae on this issue and was wanting more input.
    Dojoven, I suggest you contact Herb Goldstein at [email protected] for the best solution. Ensure you tell him exactly what kind of coax you will be using and how you intend to bond and ground them.
    Enjoy the day,
    Bill

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      Dojoven,

      Most Rack manufacturers make adaptive wire management solutions for just your problem. I would contact the manufacturer of your racks and seek their help on this. I think you will be very happy with the solutions they offer.

      Good luck.

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