Live Demo of Infrastructure Test for Smart Buildings-Part 2 of two part series

Presented by

Steve Cowles, RCDD/NTS, Manager Technical Services, Lisa Schwartz, Dir. Product Marketing

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In Part 2 of this two part series, we'll perform the testing methodologies needed to assure infrastructure readiness for smart building technologies. We'll show the various types of infrastructure testing discussed in part 1 in a live product demonstration format. We will be using the TestPro CV100 Multifunction Cable Certifier, to give the viewer a real world look at the various types of testing that should be performed, and how quick, simple, and cost effective it can be to provide assurance of infrastructure readiness. Technologies we'll be covering in this fast pace demo are copper certification, fiber optic certification including hybrid powered fiber, power over Ethernet, SNR based multi-gigabit link speed testing, wireless network connectivity testing and wired network connectivity testing and troubleshooting. We'll also show you how to save the test results for documentation of cabling link performance.

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AEM’s test and measurement solutions include the award winning TestPro Multifunction Cable Tester. TestPro is a ruggedized and versatile solution designed for field use offering a unique test set that is purpose built to aid in deploying and troubleshooting the modern smart building network infrastructure. AEM also offers the Mixed Mode Multi-port Vector Network Analyzer (MMVNA). MMVNA is an 8-port small form factor RF network analyzer designed for use in laboratory and manufacturing environments where qualification of cabling and connectors such as those used in the Automotive, Telecom industries. These solutions were designed and developed by a team with more than four decades of test and measurement experience to draw upon, giving rise to disruptive innovations and several industry firsts at a fraction of the cost of older technologies.