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I suppose that ‘premises-powered’ in the title implies IEEE POE, or a similar powering method.
Does the newly changed section apply only to communications systems that include power, or to all communications systems?
This section did not deal with any premises powering over Ethernet cables at all, and that is why it was changed in the NEC first draft.
The other changes like the one I attached, expand article 840 from being strictly for optical fiber based broadband communication systems to being for all types of communications cabling systems that are premises powered. This is consistent with the existing title of the section "Premises-Powered Broadband Communications Systems".
I have previously sent all the technical changes. The remaining ones are all languages changes expanding this section to include ethernet and other types of premises powered broadband applications.
On Tue, Aug 25, 2015 at 4:23 PM, Larsen, Wayne <WLARSEN@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I think this does add to the discussion and I wish you would continue to distribute them.
Does this cover Ethernet systems that include power and that don’t?
This is the main other SPI public input that expands the scope and coverage of Article 840 to match the new title “Premises-Powered Broadband Communications Systems”.
The remaining PI's submitted by SPI make similar changes to the attached one. i.e. they expand sections of article 840 to include all types of communications systems rather than just optical ones.
I don't plan to send more of these as I don't believe they add to the discussion.
If anyone wants the other proposed language changes please let me know and I will try to extract them.