When the structured cabling system is installed, one of the tools used to verify the operation is the certifier.
This device generates a report with the conditions in which each channel is found, and the category of the existing cabling (Cat 5E, Cat 6, Cat 6A, Cat 7).
These certification tools detect if a link is compatible with a certain category (AIT) or type (ISO).
An example might be Category 6 or Class E. Certification is the closure formally required by many structured cabling manufacturers to provide their warranties for a new cabling installation.
Structured Cabling Systems (SCS) are the roots of your company's information networks.
This physical support (made up of cables, connectors and metallic structures) is the sustenance of the proper functioning of your data, voice, video, security and even energy services.
Here we will provide you with information about the certification process or final step of the installation of your organization's cabling system.