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New residential qualification tester eliminates callbacks and workmanship disputes

Fluke Networks Canada has released the CableIQ Residential Qualifier, a cable qualification tester designed specifi...


August 2, 2005  


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Fluke Networks Canada has released the CableIQ Residential Qualifier, a cable qualification tester designed specifically to meet the needs of residential installers and systems integrators.

CableIQ Residential Qualifier, which lists for $1,800, provides installers with an economical way to document that systems are defect-free and compliant with the residential TIA-570B standard for quality, the company said.

Its qualification test will confirm that any cabling installation will support voice, VoIP 10/100/1000 Ethernet, and CATV. Qualification testing with CableIQ allows installers to reduce callbacks, eliminate workmanship disputes, and foster a high-quality, reliable reputation.

“When installers test and document cable, we know that any return for service will be a billable callback,” said Brad Masterson, product marketing manager, Fluke Networks Canada.

“With each non-billable callback they can avoid, they will save an average of $250 – savings that go straight to their bottom line.”

According to Fluke, it allows installers of all levels to test, document, and ID-tag all the most common residential cabling media including data, phone, VoIP, CATV, security, and audio cabling.


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