Contractors can learn more about new profit opportunities in residential communications wiring with “The Internet Home,” a free publication available from Graybar, St. Louis. The 32-page magazine features the Leviton Structured Media System as well as the products for installing and testing it.

“Anticipating the move to high-speed networks in homes, the FCC recently changed the rules for residential wiring,” said Karl Griffith, Graybar’s reseller market director. “Quad wire (red, black, yellow, and green) looped from room to room is no longer acceptable. Every communications outlet in a new home must be connected with high-speed, standards-compliant cables and connectors wired to a central distribution device."

The new publication highlights the following Graybar product lines:

  • Structured media centers

  • Pre-configured cabling units

  • Wallplate options

  • Snap-in modules

  • Video modules

  • Audio/video accessories

  • Cable support and mounting

  • Cable/DSL routers

  • Coax and residential cabling

  • Power drills and drivers

  • Coax accessories

  • Labelers, printers, and faxes

  • Cable fault locators

  • Tone and probe kits

  • Surface raceway systems

  • Cable testers

To get your free copy of “The Internet Home,” contact your local Graybar distributor at (800) 825-5517.