I'm in a new construction home, and the builder is basically blowing us off on questions about the wiring (what's that switch/wire/plate for sorts of things). My focus for this Q is the security bundle:
I've got 4 22/4 wires I've identified: an entrance keypad, a master bedroom keypad, and a ceiling-mounted motion detector on the main and basement levels.
The only other wire in the bundle is a single Cat.6 labeled (as best I can read the Sharpie chicken-scratch on the cable) "WAP". Now, in my experience that means "Wireless Access Point" but would it be the same thing in a security context?
Additionally, I have no idea where the other end of that Cat.6 cable comes out. It disappears straight up through the ceiling of the basement and from there, who knows? I've looked behind every blank plate I can find in the place, and I have accounted for and connected every data port. Conveniently enough, the security wire is a different color than any of the data cables, so I'd know if I'd found it. Any ideas how to trace the wire, without busting up the walls, if I can't get ahold of the electrician who installed it?
EDIT: Added several pictures. Pretty much what you see here is all I get to see of the wiring.
Here's the security bundle as I found it.
Four 22/4s and a Cat.6, labeled "Basement" "Main Floor KP" "Main Floor Motion" "Master KP" and "WAP." Most of that's pretty obvious.
Mostly they just vanish through here, no further way to trace them from the basement.
Apart from the yellow one, the one labeled "Basement," that clearly ends up here.
This is where the "Main Floor Motion" cable ends up. Trust me, I'm not climbing back up there to open it up again just now.
Here's the entrance keypad wire.
And here's the Master Bedroom keypad wire.
That's all I've got to go on, and I could no doubt get something working with just the 4-element wires (and maybe internet monitoring), but I'd like to have some idea how that Cat.6 figures into the scheme if possible.