What is FLUKE Testing?

Category: Structured Cabling
March 5, 2019

Fiber optic cabling take immense skill and precision when installing. If they’re not installed properly then entire networks and businesses won’t be able to function despite trusting technicians and specialists to get the job done. Thankfully, there are methods that we can use to ensure that your fiber optic network is functioning optimally. Welcome to FLUKE testing. Let’s take a closer look at this process and what it can do to help you stay connected.

A man performing a network test with FLUKE


What good is a system if it doesn’t work properly? We think not much good at all. That’s why that every cable structuring that you have installed should be tested to certify its proper working functionality. The right certification test will help determine if your system has any fiber optic cable loss, improperly lain wiring, or damaged cables. At LanStar, we even take the time to run certification tests during installation so there are no surprises when running the final test.

Why Use FLUKE Products?

In the cabling industry, FLUKE is the name in the game when it comes to making top-of-the-line tools that technicians use for certification services and tests. By using FLUKE, your system can be certified to function at the highest of industry standards. These handy devices can test for places of lost power and other issues so that we can address them promptly. After all, knowing is half the battle. These devices are also rugged and simple so that we can address any cabling problems that we might encounter, no matter where we encounter them.

LanStar Knows FLUKE

At LanStar, we only use the highest quality of instruments and products when working on your fiber optic cabling in Maryland which means we know FLUKE. We use their state-of-the-art cabling certification technology to ensure that our installations are working to the highest industry standards so we can grant your system with the certification. Contact us today to begin a conversation about how we can enhance your Maryland cabling needs.


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