ISO cabling standards for data and electrical building services are really important. The cables once erected should never be mixed as it can lead to time waste and fatalities. The ISO standards define the cable erection systems as well as how to prevent the cables from mixing together in a socket. The boards of data and electrical cables are different but the underground wiring is most of the times done using the same passage and therefore it is important that the work is done without any system hampering the passage of other. In almost all the countries of the world, the wiring related departments are set up by the government.
All such departments are aware of the ISO standards and make sure that the work is done as per the rules and regulations. The ISO, on the other hand, make sure that the standards are developed in such a manner that they abode by the laws of the land of almost every country. This leads to the successful cabling projects. The building services also keep in view such standards if they are the ones handed over the electrical cabling project as well. The ISO standards also govern the facts that how can a cable be set up for different locations. For instance, the ISO standard for office cabling is different than the data center cabling. It further makes the understanding easy and in line with the requirements of the clients. The best part is that ISO revises its standards frequently so that they match the trends.
ISO/IEC JTC 1
This standard is used to make sure that the IT standards are met while the cables are being erected within a facility. It comprises of all the management of cabling that is to be done. The standard and its related subcommittee were established in 1987 and since then the companies from all over the world have been using this standard to ensure that the work done is always standardized. ISO/TC 97 and IEC/TC 83 were the former codes and set of rules which were used. These standards were combined in 1987 to form the mentioned one.
ISO/IEC JTC 1/WG 7
The sensors are used in almost every business facility regardless of type and kind. It increases the security of the building and also makes it a safe working environment. The subjected standard is used to make sure that the sensor work that has been done in the building is state of the art. The related cabling and the networking of sensors are also managed by this protocol. The protocol was developed in 2001 and since then the sensors from all over the world are installed using this protocol.
ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 2
The audio and picture coding is yet to be included in this protocol. The information interchange and exchange are the main scenarios that are associated with this protocol. The coded character sets which are used in high-end cabling are distinguished and based on this protocol. The universal coded character set is also maintained by this protocol.