Softing Inc., IT networks announced today that its WireXpert 500 received a 2023 Cabling Installation & Maintenance Innovators Award. In addition, a panel of judges from the cabling community recognized Softing as a Platinum honoree.
LinkXpert devices allow cable installers and technicians to perform copper, PoE, fiber and Wi-Fi cable tests — all from a single device that fits in their pocket.
We would like to introduce you to our new FiberXpert 700 Quad Attenuation Measurement Kit for Multimode & Singlemode. The FiberXpert 700 Quad MM/SM Test Kit contains the tools necessary to certify fibre connections to a variety of common cabling standards in singlemode and multimode networks.
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We would like to introduce you to our new NetXpert XG2 series of measuring devices. The NetXpert XG2 series is the successor series of the well-known and proven NetXpert XG. Technical details of the XG2 series can be found here.
Our colleague Deane Horn, director of product management at Softing Inc, discusses "How Cable Testing can be Like Cord Cutting" with Patrick McLaughlin, editor-in-chief at Cabling Installation & Maintenance.
Measurements with a certifier after the cabling has been installed are a proven means of ensuring that the cabling actually meets the performance requirements for a particular application. Test reports from these measurements serve as documentation of the quality of the installed cabling to the installer or systems engineer installing that cabling, to the inspectors, users and owners of that cabling.
Softing receives the approval from Bel Stewart for certification testing of all copper LAN cabling products including CAT 8.2 with Ethernet speeds up to 40GB/s with WireXpert 4500.
There will be a great deal of change in the network cabling industry over
the coming months. Driven by new bandwidth hungry applications and the ...