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Structured Cabling

  • Copper CAT5e, CAT6, CAT6a, CAT7 and any future cabling grade, all compliance tested.

  • Voice and other bespoke cabling solutions.

  • Fibre cabling OS1, OS2, OM1-4 and other grades within all environments.

  • Installation, termination, and testing of all cabling types. We also terminate and test cabling installed by others where required.

  • Installation of free-standing and wall-mounted cabinets, any size or shape and to include all cabinet sundry items.

  • We also offer the supply of data cabling peripherals i.e. patch and drop cables, extension leads, power strips, cabinets etc.

  • Fibre testing – OTDR (Optical Time Domain Reflectometer or cable radar).

  • Copper testing – Fluke compliance tester (Fluke).

  • All of the above will be compliance tested and labelled to adhere to the client’s current labelling regime.




  • Design, installation and management of CCTV systems, end-to-end solutions.

  • Access control management, Biometric entry. 

  • Wireless tracking. 

  • Infra-Red & White Light Illuminators

  • Video Management Software (VMS) & Analytics




  • Pre-survey consultancy and design.

  • Pre-installation surveys and report submission.

  • Installation of cabling infrastructure, cabinets etc.

  • Installation of supplied by us and hardware supplied by the client.

  • The configuration of hardware.

  • Post installation surveys including heat maps.

  • Our preferred design and pre/post-installation software used if Ekahau.


Connex design and install bespoke structured cabling within any environment. We also offer our services throughout the EU. Our core line of business is data cabling and as a data cabling company, we are happy to offer any cabling solution. Many items connect to data cabling (Wi-Fi, CCTV, Hospitality devices, PC’s to name a few) and many devices connect to items connected to a wired network (via Wi-Fi AP’s, Free Space Optics etc).


As the desired speed of networks increase end devices need upgrading to keep up. AP’s need to be upgraded, wireless networks need to be re-designed to meet the current standards (while ensuring coverage is maintained for slower connections). CAT5e cabling, which is installed in most locations as a standard can connect at 100 meters to a speed of 1,000 Mbps, and while this is fast we perceive the next generation of hardware will require 10,000 Mbps (currently installed in many data centres etc).



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