A cabinet with a GFast pod will have a mains voltage cable entering the cabinet ducts. It's the red one!
Good point, I forget as we havenít got any G.fast round here yet. It enters into the main part of PCP sand then goes into the G.fast pod from what I recall?
Thanks, Icaras, for those details.
I must wander across the next time this new shell is open.
Wonder why the "hidden" vents? Suggests either existing dampness or possible mains equipment later. If the latter, it would be a some-what different environment, to work on in the future.
These dual shelled (that doesnít sound like the right phrase!) cabs have been around for years though, long before the thought of having voltage near a PCP came up. Just a different method of manufacture I suppose. A benefit could be that driving rain canít get inside the double shelled cabs, as although we describe them as ďventedĒ cabs they arenít vented in the sense of having external vents. So even the worst driving rain couldnít get inside. Maybe thatís why.
Edited by Icaras (Thu 07-Dec-17 22:35:22)