Because Accuracy Matters: Fluke Networks DTX-1800


Here at BTS, we use Fluke Networks DTX-1800 Cable Analyzers to ensure that all specific wire and fiber cabling standards are met. It is a very rigorous type of testing in which there are a slew of complex calculations to be made. Moreover, it is extremely important that these calculations are accurate. Suffice it to say this is one of the most important weapons in our arsenal.

The reason we use the Fluke Networks DTX-1800 is because we want to be sure every job is done correctly and safely. This is a top of the line piece of equipment that offers unprecedented accuracy in addition to advanced diagnostics. Whereas other makes and models only test to Accuracy Level III, the DTX-1800 exceeds this and can be used to test in much higher ranges of bandwidth. Without getting too technical, what this means is it is capable of testing even new and emerging cabling technologies and still ensure everything is to specification.

Using the Fluke Networks DTX-1800 also shows that BTS takes great pride in its work and uses only the best equipment to get the job done for their customers. Using equipment that is substandard not only causes more problems, but keeps a job from getting done efficiently. Using the Fluke Networks DTX-1800, we can competently attain test results and communicate them to our customers with accuracy.

With BTS, you can be assured that every network cable will be tested and certified using DTX-1800 test equipment. Plus, certification results are supplied upon request with the completion of each job. Precision is a concept that is important to us because we want all jobs to be done in a manner that exceeds our clients’ expectations. Let our fully trained technicians who know their way around Fluke Networks DTX-1800 equipment get the job done right for you.

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