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ANSI/TIA-568.0-D: Generic Telecommunications Cabling for BICSI Standards

Customer Premises
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  TIA, TIA-568.0-D Generic Cabling
This Standard provides structure, topologies and distances, installation, per formance, and testing requirements
BICSI-007 Keeps Up with Smart
for generic telecommunications cabling.  This Standar d forms the foundation for premises telecommunications
cabling infrastructure design and can be used to address cabling needs when a specific premise standard (e.g.,
TIA-568.1-D for commercial building cabling) does not exist. Do I Need an LP-Rated Cable?

ANSI/TIA-568.0-D “Generic Telecommunications Cabling for Customer Premises” was developed by the TIA Bundling Recommendations for
TR-42.1 Commercial Building Cabling Subcommittee and originally published in September, 2015.  It was PoE Applications
identified that several formulas in the Standard were not rendering correctly and the document was revised and
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reaffirmed in December, 2015.  Significant changes from the previous edition include:

Category 5e or higher rated cabling is required for all generic balanced twisted-pair cabling deplo yments Standards Activity Update
OM3 or higher rated cabling is required for all generic multimode optical fiber cabling deplo yments
This PDF lists the latest standards
The minimum fiber count for generic multimode and singlemode optical fiber cabling deplo yments has
development activities in TIA, IEEE, ISO/IEC
changed from one fiber to two fibers per port/channel JTC 1/SC 25/WG 3 (Customer Premises
Broadband coaxial cabling has been adde d as a recognized media Cabling), IEC SC 48B (Connectors), and
Information on optical fiber polarity and optical fiber testing has been mo ved to TIA-568.3-D BICSI.
Requirements for open office cabling (i.e., consolidation points, multi-user telecommunications outlet »Download PDF

assemblies) have been moved into this Standard

The minimum inside bend radius for balanced twisted-pair cord cable has been increased to four times
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The minimum inside bend radius for optical fiber cord cable is specified as 25 mm (1 in) Sign up for the Standards Informant E-
A new Annex provides guidelines on shared pathways and shared sheaths for balanced twisted-pair Newsletter

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The contents of TIA-568-C.0-1 (updated references) and TIA-568-C.0-2 (general updates) were

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ANSI/TIA-568-0.D-1 “Addendum 1, Updated References, Accommodation of New Media Types” published in

July, 2017 and provides modification text to TIA-568.0-D to recognize category 8 balanced twisted-pair and OM5
multimode optical fiber media types. Click  here for answers to common category 8 cabling
questions. Click here for information on OM5 media.

ANSI/TIA-568.0-D Content

Environmental Compatibility
Telecommunications Cabling System Stru cture
Cabling Installation Requirements
Cabling Transmission Performance and Test Requirements
Annexes addressing Centralized Optical Fiber Cabling, Multi-Tenant Cabling, Application Suppor t
Information, Environmental (MICE) Classifications, and Shared Sheath and Shared Pathways Guidelines

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