2 SCS spaces and pathways

Jeanie Fitzgerald
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Class quiz (Class Quiz) Quiz on 2 SCS spaces and pathways, created by Jeanie Fitzgerald on 07/19/2017.

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Question 1

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Entrance facilities may include ( select all that apply)
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  • Entrance point to the building envelope
  • Demarcation point for SP and customer premise cabling
  • Primary surge protection devices
  • Transistion hardware

Question 2

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Where electrical and building codes apply, only listed cables can be used within a building structure except for an entrance cable that is transitioned or terminated. What is this rule referred to as.
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  • 25 ft rule
  • 50 ft rule
  • 100 ft rule

Question 3

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There are multiple types of entrances to Entrance facility. Which is economical over the life cycle, preserves aesthetics, and provides security and physical protection.
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  • Underground
  • Buried
  • Ariel
  • Tunnel

Question 4

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Which of the following preserves the aesthetic appearance, has low initial cost, but is inflexible to future service reinforcement or changes and requires a sleeve or conduit to enter the building.
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  • Underground
  • Buried
  • Tunnel
  • Aerial

Question 5

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Which of the following applies to Aerial entrance to entrance facility
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  • Provides low installation cost
  • Subject to traffic and pedestrian clearances
  • Does not affect aesthetics
  • Susceptible to environmental conditions ( ice loading, tree limbs, winds, lightning)

Question 6

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In wireless entrance using an existing equipment room, the WSP (wireless service provider) typically provides connection through existing SP (service provider) cabling.
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  • True
  • False

Question 7

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Wireless entrance may use media converters to convert __________ ____________from the antenna to __________ ___________ and into the DAS.
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  • building/campus, interface/demarcation
  • copper cabling/optical fiber
  • service entrance/connecting hardware

Question 8

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An Equipment room generally houses equipment that...
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  • Serves one floor of a building or portion of a floor
  • Serves an entire building, campus or customer
  • serves a dedicated local group of users

Question 9

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Which of the following is considered to be floor serving as opposed to building serving
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  • Entrance facility
  • Telecommunication room
  • Equipment room
  • Telecommunication enclosure

Question 10

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Which of the following serves as a point of termination for horizontal and backbone cables on compatible connecting hardware
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  • ER
  • EF
  • TR
  • TE

Question 11

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A telecommunication enclosure may be used in place of a telecommunication room.
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  • True
  • False

Question 12

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Telecommunications pathways permit the placement of_______________and ______________ ____________that support the structured cabling system (SCS)
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  • plenum and underfloor cable
  • equipment and patch cables
  • horizontal and backbone cables

Question 13

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While the local AHJ may allow its use, BICSI recommends that ______________ not be used inside commercial buildings.
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  • ENT electrical non metallic tubing
  • FMT flexible metallic tubing
  • PVC polyvinyl chloride conduit

Question 14

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Which of the following should never be used for telecommunications cabling.
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  • FMT
  • FMC
  • RMC

Question 15

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Fill ratio for new installation of conduit is ____% while the maximum fill ratio is ____%
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  • 30%, 50%
  • 40%, 60%
  • 50%, 80%

Question 16

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Following fill ratio for firestoppng is critical since an _________________conduit cannot be effectively firestopped
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  • overfilled
  • partially filled
  • empty

Question 17

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A stub up conduit terminates in a _______________ orientation while a stub out terminates in a _________________ orientation.
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  • vertical/horizontal
  • horizontal/vertical

Question 18

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Cable trays and runways are commonly provided a minimum of ____ in. clearance above the pathway and do not contain more than ___ in. depth of cable.
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  • 12, 6
  • 6, 6
  • 3, 6

Question 19

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A tubular stock ladder rack is manufactured with a depth of 1.5 and the width varies from 6 in. to 48 in.
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  • True
  • False

Question 20

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Wire basket cable trays are available in three depths, choose all that apply
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  • 2 in.
  • 4 in.
  • 6 in.
  • 8 in.

Question 21

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Open top cable supports are available in sizes for larger quantities of cable but are typically intended to support up to 50 cables between tray and work area.
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  • True
  • False

Question 22

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A _____ covers an area generally associated with some or all of the space within a building. Workspace devices are connected to a centralized device ( switch or server)
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  • WAN /wireless area network
  • CAN /campus area network
  • LAN /local area network

Question 23

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A _________ area network is created by linking two or more buildings that are in close proximity to each other.
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  • CAN
  • LAN
  • WAN

Question 24

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This is a device that manages one or more resources shared by workstation users and administrators on a network.
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  • Switch
  • Server
  • Router

Question 25

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This is a network access device that provides a centralized point for LAN communications.
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  • Server
  • Switch
  • Router

Question 26

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This device makes it possible to segment an organizational network into multiple broadcast domains, also referred to as subnets and or subnetworks.
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  • server
  • switch
  • router

Question 27

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For Data Centers, to aid in design, levels of redundancy have been established. These are listed as a class (0-4). Which ANSI/BICSI publication would cover this.
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  • ANSI/BICSI 001-2009
  • ANSI/BICSI 002-2014
  • ANSI/BICSI 003-2014

Question 28

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Data centers may have multiple entrance rooms for redundancy, and the entrance room is typically located outside the computer room.
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  • True
  • False

Question 29

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The computer room is the core of the data center. While it can be equated to the equipment room, there are several significant differences. Select all that apply
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  • Cabinets and quantities ( multiple rows of multiple cabinets bolted together)
  • Cable density, (quantities of cables per cabinet can be up to 200 )
  • Bonding and grounding (may be installed and managed by electrical personnel)
  • UPS ( typically managed by electrical personnel)

Question 30

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Data centers have special regulations and rules that must be followed including security , work to be performed , safety, access, etc. Failure to comply will result in removal from the premises.
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  • True
  • False
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