Remember when Plain Old Telephone Service (POTS) was the standard for residential telephone wiring? What about Cat. 3 wiring and the short-lived Cat. 4? Despite the enormous benefits of the current Cat. 5E standard, home networking experts are already pushing for Cat. 6, even Cat. 7. With so many technological advances in home networking, it' s impossible to know what type of wiring you 're going to need in 10 years. But the good news is that with a little extra planning today, you can make upgrading in the future easy thanks to the Carlon 12005AK-001 1/2" Electrical Nonmetallic Tubing. This Tubing is a nonmetallic flexible raceway for use in walls, floors, and non-plenum ceilings. It' s lightweight,hand bendable,and free from sharp edges,which reduces installation time and saves money.
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