“The ‘4 Steps’ of the Complete Copper Certification Process” Poster was designed by Fluke Networks to help you maximise profitability whilst ensuring manufacturer warranty statements are promptly issued and jobs are completed ‘right the first time’ avoiding costly rework. Included are performance requirements that have been specified for the first time in the new Category 8 cabling standards.
Certifying fibre infrastructure can be a challenge and is often not executed based on best practices. To address this Fluke Networks designed the “6 Steps of the Right Fibre Certification Process” Poster.
Whether you handle fibre on a regular basis or just occasionally, following the “6 Steps” will ensure you never miss a critical step while certifying fibre and guarantee jobs are completed ‘right the first time’ avoiding costly rework.Fibre Testing Best Practices Pocket GuideFollowing fiber-handling best practices will minimise costly installer or contractor callbacks, network technician troubleshooting time and unnecessary network downtime.
Whether you handle fibre on a regular basis or just occasionally, this Fibre Testing Best Practices Pocket Guide will serve as a useful tool to ensure you never miss a critical step during your fibre (OTDR) testing or troubleshooting.Copper Testing Best Practices Pocket GuideThe Copper Certification Testing Best Practices pocket guide was designed by Fluke Networks to share important handling best practices, including:
• Assess the correct normative requirements to ensure certification by industry standards• Performing the actual certification• Troubleshooting• Documentation
Whether you handle copper infrastructure on a regular basis or just occasionally, this pocket guide will serve as a useful tool to ensure you never miss a critical step in your copper testing or troubleshooting.
Fibre Test & Troubleshooting HandbookLearn the fundamentals and best practices of how to inspect, clean, test, troubleshoot and document fiber cabling infrastructure installations.