No Patch-cord Management Versus Horizontal & Vertical Management

When no horizontal or vertical managers are utilized in the management system, the patch cords lie upon each other (figure 1) in a compressed state. This compressed state at the equipment interface (figures 2, 3) or lower tear patch panels also occurs when adequate patch-cord mangers are used (figure 4). When applying proper horizontal and vertical managers, the patch cords were diverted off the face of the patch panels but not off the lower tear equipment ports or patch panel ports.

The horizontal and vertical managers did not correct patch-cord slack problems or aesthetics of the management system.

No Management
Fig 1
With Adequate Horizontal & Vertical Managers
Fig 4
Compressed Compressed
Fig 2 Fig 3
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