How Do Keystone Jacks Keep Trip Hazards at Bay

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How​ ​Do​ ​Keystone​ ​Jacks​ ​Keep
Trip​ ​Hazards​ ​at​ ​Bay?
Keystone jacks are regular size rectangular like modules. They help
to attach wires to outlets in a patch panel or a wall plate. You can
find a plenty of jacks that are available in the keystone format.
These include jacks used for networking and telephone cables, USB
and​​ ​HDMI​ ​cables​​ ​as​ ​well​ ​as​ ​coaxial​ ​and​ ​RCA​ ​cables.
Sometimes too many wires and cables put together create a total
mess. If you want to keep the area around you neat, tidy and
accident free, ​Keystone Jacks will come of real help. As they keep
the wires short and hidden, cable management becomes much
easier. So how do Keystone Jacks bring in convenience and prevent
trip​ ​hazards?​ ​Read​ ​ahead​ ​to​ ​know​ ​more.
❏ Recording​ ​studios
If you have visited a recording studio, you might be aware about
the number of cords and cables that are used. Right from the
recording hardware, microphones and amplifiers to instruments,
headphones and monitors, everything has to be connected to
something. In order to connect equipment with each other, an
engineer often has to disconnect something or the other and make
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adjustments. Moreover, as wires are all over the studio, the
tripping​ ​incidents​ ​are​ ​sure​ ​to​ ​go​ ​up.
Having large patch bays can take care of all the problems. All the
wires of hardware and other equipment remain neatly arranged at
the back of the console. It also brings a lot of convenience as the
sound engineer doesn’t have to crawl behind equipment in order
to connect the equipment. As there is no mess on the floor,
everything​ ​looks​ ​professional​ ​and​ ​in​ ​place.
❏ Home​ ​theatres
Keystone Jacks are a blessing for movie buffs! Especially if the task
of arranging wires seems nightmarish. A home theatre has a huge
TV, audio components, satellite box and most probably a Blu Ray
player. Also there are speakers perched at stands on each corner of
the room. Now there are cables connecting these devices to each
other. The speaker cables hanging around the walls spoil the look
and aesthetics of your home theatre. If there is a neat and
systematic rack with different components attached, concealed
behind the TV and a keystone plate having a short cable connecting
speaker to the walls, your home theatre will look as you intended it
to.
❏ Home​ ​Office​ ​Areas
In a typical home office, you will find a desk having a PC, a
television and a telephone. All of these devices have to be
connected to the wall. The phone is usually wired to the phone jack
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and TV to the cable jack on a different wall. The wires from near
the desk run in different directions of the room. Now this is sure to
create​ ​tripping​ ​hazards.
To avoid this, a Keystone outlet can be mounted on the wall behind
the desk. The cable jack for TV, RJ-45 jack for computer network
and RJ-11 jack for the phone; all can be attached on a single wall
plate. Needless to say, it lessens the clutter and chaos making the
place​ ​look​ ​elegant​ ​and​ ​classy.
Cables and wiring if present all over the place can create a lot of
problems. You definitely do not want the areas around you to look
like a snake pit. So make the most out of ​Keystone Jack panels and
outlets!
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