What is the cableiq qualification tester for Ethernet?
CableIQ qualification tester is the first cabling bandwidth tester for network technicians. This Ethernet network cable tester gives even the most novice tech the vision to see what speeds existing cabling can support, quickly isolate cabling from network problems, and discover what is at the far end of any cable.
What do you need to know about cableiq?
Other than the PoE fiasco, CableIQ performs well to qualify cat5e/cat6 cables to ensure the rated speeds (1gigabit, 100mbps, 10mbps) can be achieved and will measure for crosstalk and impedance in the cat5e/cat6 cabling. Brand new but 4 years old? Did not boot up, just froze.
What do you need to know about Fluke cableiq?
CableIQ Qualification Tester Users Manual Signal Performance Results Information about the signal performance: • Qualified for : The cabling will support the application. • No Signal Performance tests needed for qualification: Appears for the Telco and Wiremap only tests.
What kind of batteries do you need for cableiq?
For Autotest nickel-cadmium batteries, or four 1.5 V lithium batteries. CableIQ Qualification Tester Users Manual Setting the Time and Date Entering User Information The time and date are stored with saved Autotests.
What do you need to know about cableiq reporter?
CableIQ Reporter Test Management Software is a Windows program that helps you organize, customize, print, and save twisted pair and coaxial test records from a CableIQ Qualification Tester. You can sort the records in ascending or descending order based on the entries in the Cable ID, Date/Time, Length, Result, or Qualified columns.
Where can I take a cableiq test drive?
– Network Administrator Experience the unique capabilities of CableIQ by taking a virtual test drive at www.flukenetworks.com/seecableiq. Or call us at 1-844-721-8130 (US and Canada), and let a Fluke Networks Systems Engineer show you how CableIQ technology can work for you.
How does a four second cableiq test work?
Four-second test quickly determines if your existing cabling can supportvoice/10/100, VoIP or Gigabit Ethernet. Troubleshoot cabling performance faults. Determine why the existing cabling plant cannot support the desired network speed (e.g. connection fault at 7 feet). Free up 10% or more of your switch ports.