Belden, CommScope approve AEM’s TestPro CV100
The device has met their warranty program requirements.
Fibre optic cabling manufacturers Belden and CommScope have confirmed AEM’s TestPro CV100 multi-function cable certifier (pictured as part of smart building testing kit) meets their requirements for warranty program approval. This is in addition to earlier warranty approval for twisted-pair cabling.
TestPro CV100 hot-swappable multi- and single-mode fibre optic test adapters are designed to provide Tier 1 certification, report network compliance, check for cable breaks and simultaneously test the loop resistance of electrical copper pair in hybrid-powered fibre. Measuring electrical voltage is also available.
Belden has approved the TestPro CV100 for testing its multi- and single-mode fibre optic structured cabling systems, including FiberExpress, with version 3.2.R2 or later, as well as multi-mode AD-MM-K01E and single-mode AD-SM-K01E hot-swappable test adapters. Belden accepts test results provided by TestPro for all FiberExpress-certified systems installations warranty programs.
CommScope, meanwhile, has approved the TestPro CV100 with version 2.9.R4 or higher, with testing of its multi- and single-mode structural cabling systems supported under Systimax 25-year warranty requirements. The device was compared to optical loss test equipment used in CommScope’s labs for encircled flux compliance, spectral profile of light source and stability, demonstrating a high degree of correlation with lab test results.
TestPro CV100 products also conform to Corning’s LAN-1561-A4-BEN guidelines.