Once your structured cabling infrastructure is in place, it must be certified. After all, what good is a cabling system if it doesn't work flawlessly? Here at LanStar Systems, Inc. we use state-of-the-art cabling certification technology to ensure your system is working to the highest industry standards.
Here at LanStar Systems, Inc., we use only the highest quality FLUKE testing products when performing a structured cabling certification in DC, Maryland, Delaware, and Virginia. This helps us to determine the functionality of your system by determining if there is any fiber optic cable system loss, improperly lain wiring, or damaged cables.
Once the testing is 100% complete, your system will be certified by LanStar to function at the highest of industry standards.
For more information on our various structured cabling certification services we offer, give us a call today!
While installing your structured cabling infrastructure, your Baltimore, MD cabling network company will test the connections along the way. This not only insures all the cables are in working order; it ensures there will be no surprises when the installation is complete. That said, once your network is in place, additional cabling infrastructure testing ensures a properly working system.
Here at LanStar Systems, Inc. we take our craft seriously. In every industry there are top-of-the-line tools technicians use to perform their jobs to the best of their abilities. In the cabling network industry, those products are made by FLUKE. This is why we use FLUKE testing products with all of our structured cabling infrastructure certification services.
Throughout our installation of your cabling network, and then once we've fully installed your structured cabling infrastructure, we take the time to test and certify everything is working correctly. If the system passes our rigorous testing phase, we grant it a structured cabling certification.
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