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Monster CIT SBK-8 Small Diameter Black Cable-It Wire Management System (8 inches)
Feature: Alien crosstalk analyzer kit with communication modules and AxTalk Analyzer software for use with Fluke Networks DTX-1800 network test meter, to test and certify alien crosstalk performance
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Model: CIT SBK-8
MPN: CIT SBK-8
Number Of Items: 1
Size: 8 inches
• Alien crosstalk analyzer kit with communication modules and AxTalk Analyzer software for use with Fluke Networks DTX-1800 network test meter, to test and certify alien crosstalk performance
• Tests, troubleshoots, and certifies alien crosstalk performance on fiber networks
• Set includes one set of DTX-AXTLK1 communication modules, common and differential mode terminators, 8-pin couplers, and DTX AxTalk Analyzer software
• Neatly and Effectively Clean Up Cable Clutter
• Compact cable "wrap" for home theater, home office, home studio and or any room in the home
• Easy to install and can be cut to custom lengths
• Zip up all your cables in 3 easy steps
• Available in 3 sizes for both large and small projects
The Fluke Networks DTX-AXKIT Alien Crosstalk Kit is used with the DTX-1800 network test meter to test and certify alien crosstalk performance on fiber networks. Copper and fiber testers are used by network technicians to troubleshoot, maintain, and optimize performance of copper and fiber optic cabling, hardware connections, and network settings in enterprise networks.
A copper cable tester is a device for troubleshooting, inspecting, and certifying copper network cabling. Devices range from one-button tools for checking connectivity to complex tools for certifying network installations. Three types of testing include verification, to test whether a connection or cable is functioning correctly; qualification, to test a network's ability to support specific speeds and functionality; and certification, to verify whether a network installation meets industry standards. Cabling contractors, installers, and network technicians use copper cable testers to set up and maintain networks within a building or on a campus in corporate, academic, manufacturing, and other enterprise network environments.
Fluke Networks, a division of Fluke Corporation, manufactures tools and software for network deployment, performance management, and troubleshooting. The company, founded in 1992, is headquartered in Everett, WA.
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