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How to do the Fluke test

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Most people get Fluke test reports in hard copy or PDF files, often ignoring the most valuable test data, the paper version of the test report or the PDF version of the test data can basically see only the test results, pass or fail, and a very small portion of the test data (less than 1% of all the test data) . The test data in fluke tester can be exported through linkware PC free report management software in the test data format. FLW file. If you already have the test report in paper or PDF format, how can you get as much data as possible with this limited content? Here is a screenshot of the test report, i have divided the test report into 5 areas to talk about, I hope it will help you.


Fluke test report style area 1. Quite simply, the green tick indicates that the test passed, and the red × indicates that the test failed. (depending on what criteria the pass fails, see Area 2 for details) Area 2. With all the information relevant to the test, here is an important explanation: the limit: the standard used in the test. The example above uses the ISO 11801 Class I channel standard, which is the CAT8 CLASS channel test standard. L serial number: includes the serial number of the tester and the serial number of the adapter. Software version: it is best to keep the software version of the tester up-to-date so that there are up-to-date standards. The latest version is V6.7 something calibration date: the last time the tester was sent for calibration, it is generally recommended that calibration once a year, and failure to calibrate on time may result in unreliable test results. Area 3, including the worst margin for all parameters tested according to the selected criteria (all parameters requiring two-way testing, including host test data and remote device test SR data) , and the worst value and the corresponding frequency point. Taking the near-end crosstalk NEXT as an example, the worst crosstalk line pair is between 36 and 45 for the host test and the far-end SR test. The worst allowance for the host test is 2.7 DB, and the corresponding frequency point is 542 mhz, the standard limit value at this frequency point is 27.4 db, the worst margin of remote SR measurement is 2.2 db, the corresponding frequency point is 700 mhz, the standard limit value at this frequency point is 24.3 db, the larger the margin, the better, the better cable quality. 

The worst values tend to occur at high frequencies in the test range, because the higher the frequency, the stronger the near-end crosstalk. Area 4: includes line sequence diagrams and curves drawn by sweep tests. A sequence diagram can be used to see if there are wiring errors. The test curve looks at the overall test result from a macro perspective. The limit value is the bottom red line (the limit value of insertion loss is the top red line) . The farther away the test result is from the limit value of the red curve, the better the overall margin of test value, the better the performance. Area 5: this area lists the network speeds that the tested cable can support, such as the test results above, my 23.7 meter channel for Class 8 cable, can support up to 40G Base-T, 25G Base-T, and so on.

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