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Once you ve planned out the locations of all your security system components, you need to measure how much cabling you ll need to run between the control panel and the component, then purchase and install the cabling Planning If you re using a map that s to scale, you should be able to measure out how much cabling you ll need for each run between the control panel and the component However, don t just rely on the map, do a reality check first Take a look at where you ll be running the cable and look for any obstacles Are you going to have to maneuver around a bunch of pipes or ductwork If so, how much extra cable will you need for that particular run Once you ve got an idea of how much cabling you need, add an extra foot or two to the number (this will provide enough working cable length during the trim-out stage) and jot it down next to the sensor on your blueprint
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When you ve marked down the lengths for all the sensors, add up all the runs and then buy the appropriate amount of cabling At a home improvement store, you can either buy it by the spool (it normally comes in spools of 500 feet) or you can buy specific lengths and pay by the foot It might be most convenient to simply buy the spool you re going to need a lot of cable, plus you don t want it to get tangled up
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Pulling Together Measure out your runs of cable and cut them to the length you need Now is a good time to go back to the map Locate where cables are likely to run together, at least for some duration It s best to run these cables together for the sake of both efficiency and ease of installation If you collocate your cables, it will also be easier to anchor them to the studs or floor joists, en masse, rather than individually Also, if you are going to be pulling cable into an area that is likely to be expanded, now is the time to add an extra run of cable or two for the sake of future-proofing Marking The old chestnut an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure is very true with security systems When you have a dozen or so runs of cable coming to your control panel, it s a little late to decide then what each piece of cabling is for You can ameliorate this problem before pulling the cable by marking a number or some other indicator onto each end of the cable
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If you remember back to Figure 5-14, when we jotted a number next to the security system components, this was to identify the proper cabling later Without taking the time to mark the cabling now with a permanent marker at both ends, you ll spend a lot of time scratching your head later, trying to decide which cable is which Protecting and Hiding Since we re installing our security system in an existing home (as many of you are likely to, we imagine), hiding the cable is an important consideration, but not something that is especially easy to do To run the cable without having it out in the open, we re going through the basement ceiling to feed various components on the main floor This is an easy way to
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