AEM’s TestPro CV100 multi-function cable tester approved to certify cabling systems from top manufacturers
Technicians can now ensure work is fully warrantied by using AEM's TestPro with cabling solutions from Panduit, Siemon, Hitachi Cable America, Belden, Hubbell, Paige, Signamax and Superior Essex.
At the BICSI 2019 Winter Conference (January 20-24) in Orlando, FL, AEM (Booth #401) a specialist in test and measurement solutions, announced that its TestPro CV100 Multifunction Cable Tester has been approved to certify cabling systems from leading cabling providers including Panduit, Siemon, Hitachi Cable America, Belden, Hubbell, Paige Datacom Solutions, Signamax, Superior Essex, with more to come. Contractors looking to certifying physical infrastructure from these vendors can now use TestPro to fully protect and warranty work.
“2018 was a banner year for AEM’s cable testing instruments business with revenue increases in excess of 37 percent. For our Test and Measurement division, we gained significant traction with the launch of TestPro in the Unites States and we achieved ETL certification endorsing our multifunction cable tester with the highest Level 2G accuracy,” said Harshang Pandya, General Manager of Test and Measurement at AEM International.
Pandya added, “As we transitioned into 2019, we knew it was important that we get the world’s leading cable manufacturers to approve our tester for use with their warranty programs. With these approvals complete, contractors can now confidently deploy and certify these systems knowing TestPro – and the TestDataPro software – have the full trust of infrastructure providers.”
Per an AEM statement, "As the adoption of the modern smart building continues, the need for power and bandwidth is rapidly increasing, driving the adoption of PoE++ and Multi-Gig Ethernet over copper cabling. TestPro is purpose-built to ensure these infrastructures are fully qualified to support the deployment of IoT connected devices, through a core set of essential test functions including certifying the physical infrastructure, qualifying Multi-Gig link speeds up to 10 GigE, and validating loaded PoE."
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