Tip N Ring is a Full Service Provider of Low Voltage Wiring Services, or structured cabling for solutions that integrate all of your communication needs into a single, efficient system. No longer must you maintain separate systems for voice, data, internet, fax, email, file and print sharing. Increase productivity and reduce costs by utilizing cutting edge technology in your office.

We specialize in the installation of Structured Wiring Systems for the distribution of all requirements related to Voice, Video and Data in Office and Campus environments.

We also provide wiring for Intrusion Detection, Fire Alarm, and Intercom/Paging Systems, as well as wiring for Point of Sale and Data Collection Systems.

Our expertise in these types of low voltage wiring systems extends to inside and outside plant installation and Fiber Optic Cabling.

When it comes to a cabling project, Tip N Ring has a team of engineers, tenured NAP Project Managers, and a staff of RCDDs to review a scope of work, cabling standards/requirements, coordinate a site assessment, evaluate electrical plans, and calculate a firm fixed proposal. Cabling projects are quoted, reviewed and executed in the guidelines provided by the client so the timelines and cost are managed properly. When you utilize the services of Tip N Ring for a cabling project, your assigned Project Manager will create a step by step install that will maintain your organization’s goals.

Tip N Ring is a leading national cabling contractor, providing infrastructure engineering and network installation for voice data, video, security and wireless solutions. TNR offers a seamless approach from design through implementation.

An organized structured cabling system that delivers maximum performance and reliability with clear labeling and attractive wire management, saves an organization a great deal of money over the long run. We make sure your IT staff can easily find the ports they are looking for, and can have the peace of mind that when troubleshooting a network issue, it’s not the cabling. We achieve our results by first strictly adhering to EIA/TIA standards and BICSI best practices, and by then going that extra mile to assure your new structured cabling system is something that you will be proud to show off.


Cat5e Cabling

The majority of new installations utilize category 5e cabling for horizontal cabling to the station. Cat 5e is relatively inexpensive, and suitable as both voice and data cabling.

Cat6 Cabling

Cat6 cabling improves upon the performance of category 5e, providing performance up to 250Mhz (vs 100Mhz for Cat 5e), and features more stringent specifications for cross talk and system noise. Cat6 is the standard for Gigabit Ethernet, although modern network electronics can delivery gigabit over properly installed Category 5e cable.

Cat6a Wiring

In February 2008, the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) approved TIA/EIA-568-B.2-10. This standard defines the parameters for running 10 Gigabit per seconds Ethernet over Augmented Category 6 copper cable.

Industrial Cabling Solutions

Industrial and other harsh environments require specialized connectors, outlet plates, and enclosures designed to protect networking components from water, dust, and other harsh environmental elements.

Voice Cabling

TNR provides telephone cabling installation services including backbone telephone cable splicing, Demarc extensions, troubleshooting and repair.

 Cable Testing and Certification

All cables installed by KIT Network Cabling are certified according to EIA/TIA standards. KIT Network Cabling also performs independent third party certification testing.

EIA/TIA Standards and BICSI

KIT Network Cabling systems are installed according to EIA/TIA standards and BICSI recommended practices. Standards assure that not only do cabling systems meet expected performance requirements, but that they are supportable by a variety of vendors now and in the years to come.

Shielded Twisted Pair (STP)

Shielded Twisted Pair (STP) cabling is suited for deployment in electrically noise environments where EMI interference is problematic to the delicate electromagnetic requirements of UTP cabling.