Title: Cable Labeling for Audiovisual Systems
Document Number: INFOCOMM F501.01:2015
Type of Standard: Performance
This Standard defines requirements for audiovisual system cable labeling for a variety of venues. The Standard provides requirements for easy identification of all power and signal paths in a completed audiovisual system to aid in the operation, support, maintenance, and troubleshooting.
Publication Date: January 2016
Keywords: audio, audiovisual cables, AV, cable, cable labeling, labeling control, labels, visual
Task Group Members:
John Bailey, CTS®-D, CTS-I, The Whitlock Group, Moderator
Brad Baldwin, Technical Innovation
Dr. Walter Black, VidCAD LLC
Jason Brameld, BSC (Hons) ARCS MInstSCE, Torpedo Factory Group
Peter Swanson, AMX Corporation
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