What are the current copper and fibre testing standards and limits?
If you’re looking to certify copper of fibre cabling, you’ll need to conduct tests in accordance with the standards set by TIA and ISO to generate a pass/fail result. But what measurements are required for which standards? Our Learning Hub has the answers.
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Our cable certifier software is also frequently updated to support the requirements of international test standards and designed to accommodate future ratified certification standards. We make it easy to select the test standard you need with LanTEK IV-S and get testing!
However, it can be helpful to understand what the current test limits are for copper and fibre cabling standards, especially as these are often updated.
In our TREND Networks Learning Hub, you can find two helpful summaries:
You can also find a wide range of other helpful guides on certifying cable and related resources, videos, and ‘how to’ articles.
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If you want to be sure that you’re certifying cable in accordance with the correct standards, speak to expert team about how to select the correct cable testing equipment for the job.