Lead in Cables
WHAT IS A LEAD-IN?
home phone and internet services to be supplied to your property. The carrier, Telstra or NBN is
responsible for supplying the majority of the network, however, you’re responsible for supplying the
trench or conduit to the PEP (Property Entry Point). On private property through which Lead-in
cable will be installed through to the NTD or 1 st point. The network owner either NBN or Telstra is
responsible from the PEP to the pit, or to save time you can engage a certified contractor to
complete the work connecting you lead-in into the pit. A Lead-In installation whether underground
or aerial can be determined by the network type installed in your street.
Clearance of aerial lines from the ground
The minimum ground clearances required for aerial lead-in cabling in residential areas are as
- Over any private land not traversable by road vehicles – 2.7m
- Over any residential driveway – 3.5m
- Over any commercial/industrial driveway or private roadway – 4.9m
lead-in Cable faulty or damaged, Need your cable repaired or a lead-in Cable installed for NBN, ARCS
Technicians are fully certified to repair/replace or install your cable from the carries pit to your 1st
socket or MDF. All our Technicians fully accredited to install, repair, or replace lead-in cables.
For ADSL/VDSL and Cable Broadband Internet services. This can be achieved by either,
underground or above ground (Aerial) cable. We also cover fiber and RG6 for HFC to the PCD. With
today’s technology Lead-in Cables can comprise of Copper, HFC (Hybrid Fiber Coax), or fiber.
The type used will depend on the type of network installed within your area. Our Technicians are
qualified to install, repair, or replace Telstra/NBN underground or aerial cables. Including 2 pairs up
to 100 pair copper cables to your premises, including FTTN/B & FTTP or HFC cabling.
ARCS has you covered for all your Lead-in cable replacements or upgrades
LEAD-IN CABLE TYPES
REPAIRING DAMAGED UNDERGROUND LEAD-IN CABLE:
able to reinstall a new cable. A more cost-effective solution than spending thousands to have a
complete new lead-in pipe installed. With most copper lead-ins now being in place for over 30
years, this can be a result of internet faults. These include drops-outs, High resistance causing slow
speeds being unable to connect all. We can test and repair all internet faults and provide a report or
resolution to repair your service.
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