Nova família de Testadores para Certificação de Cabos Versiv™ by Fluke Networks

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Desenvolvido para ajudar os instaladores de comunicação de dados a atingir a aceitação do sistema para trabalhos com cobre e fibra de maneira mais rápida, precisa e rentável, Versiv é uma plataforma poderosa que oferece módulos intercambiáveis para cobre, fibra e teste de OTDR, assim como inovações de software que aceleram o tempo do teste e sua precisão, além de simplificar a configuração, o planejamento e a emissão de relatórios de teste.

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Nova família de Testadores para Certificação de Cabos Versiv™ by Fluke Networks

  1. 1. Certification of Structured CablingJim DavisRegional Sales DirectorFluke Networks
  2. 2. • Intro to Fluke Networks• Why Certification• Versiv !- Copper- Fiber- ProjXAGENDA
  3. 3. WHO IS DANAHER?$18B Science & Technology Company
  4. 4. WHERE SITS FLUKE NETWORKS? Focused on network test & analysis andservice assurance & protection Four segment leaders with great brands,innovative products and strong customers Market: ~$5B @ ~8%CommunicationTest PlatformOperatingCompany Leader in local area network analysis &media testing Served Market Size: ~$1.5B & MarketGrowth: ~5% Sales: ~$325MWe know networks. Danaher named #1 by 2011Test & Measurement World Magazine Market Size: $12B &Growth: 5-7% Sales: $3.4BTest &MeasurementGroupStrong Peers in the #1 T&M Company in the World
  5. 5. FLUKE NETWORKSPrivate Network Owners… Network & IT ManagersNetwork and application performance monitoring Offering more ways to look at your networks than anyone else Providing unique views into your networks you can’t get anywhere else Delivering the right tools to every level of your network support organizationData Communications InstallersCopper and fiber premise cable certification and diagnostic instrumentsCommunication Service ProvidersTelco line technician tools and DSL line test instrumentsPrivate Network Owners… Network Techs & EngrsPortable network analysis and tools for all local network mediumsOutfitting Network Pros & Heroes At Every
  6. 6. Why Certify? Be sure that the installed cabling meets the performance youare paying for. Cat 6a jack + Cat 6a cable + Cat 6a installer ≠ Cat 6a To get paid for the job Experience has shown that Certified networks run faster CRC/FCS errors lead to re-transmissions Less expensive components can be considered – if they meetyour performance requirements Beware of those who offer to save $ on the installation by notcertifying
  7. 7. The Simple reasons to certify…
  8. 8. CHEAP CAT 5 OR EXPENSIVE CAT 3?
  9. 9. Use the least expensive cable that meets your needs
  10. 10. Cable, Connector or Installer?
  11. 11. HOW TO READ TEST RESULTS
  12. 12. HOW TO READ TEST RESULTS
  13. 13. Now that we know why to Certify, let’slook at How
  14. 14. VERSIVTHE INFRASTRUCTURE TESTING PLATFORM THAT DOES IT ALL
  15. 15. • DSX = Versiv main & remote + DSX modules- PLA’s, CHA’sWHAT IS DSXCopper CertificationDSX-5000
  16. 16. • DSX-5000 = Copper• CFP = OLTS• OFP = OTDR• Q = Quad OLTS• O = quad OTDR• M = multimode OLTS• S = singlemode OLTS• i = Inspection• Add = Add-on Kit• R = Remote• NTB = Network Test BundleWHAT’S IT ALL MEAN
  17. 17. • DTX-1800 customers now buy DSX-5000DTX-1800 → DSX-5000Copper CertificationDSX-5000
  18. 18. DSX-5000
  19. 19. • DTX-1800MS customers now buy DSX-5000 QiDTX-1800MS → DSX-5000 QI
  20. 20. DSX-5000 QI
  21. 21. • DTX-1800MSO now buy DSX-5000 QOiDTX-1800MSO → DSX-5000 QOI
  22. 22. DSX-5000 QOI
  23. 23. CAT. 6A TEST: COMPARING DTX & DSXDONE
  24. 24. LEVEL V ACCURACY
  25. 25. CLASS FA 1 GHZ - LEVEL V ACCURACY• To those customer that want top performance, Class FAmanufacturers want to demonstrate performance of theirsystems up to 1GHz. The DSX-5000 adequately meets theproposed for Level V tester requirements. Worst caseuncertainty at 1GHz is proposed to be within 1dB comparablewith Level-IV at 600MHz.• Fluke Networks is the 1st Field Testing Company to have:- A FULL and COMPLETE accuracy specification introduced with IEC tosupport field testing to Class FA, 1 GHz- Level V is the new accuracy designation …- It’s much more than just frequency …IEC-61935-1 Ed.3 :
  26. 26. BUILT IN ALIEN CROSSTALK: COPPER• No additional modules needed- The DSX CableAnalyzer is the FIRST FIELD TESTER to havebuilt in Alien Crosstalk testing
  27. 27. PS ANEXT• Power Sum Alien Near End Crosstalk
  28. 28. READY FOR TODAY’S AND TOMORROW’SREQUIREMENTSShield integrity• Now it’s just shield continuity is a DCmeasurement.• The DSX-5000 reports distance to shieldintegrity issues using a patented ACmeasurement technique.• Finds shield faults in the datacenter – evenwith common ground.Resistance Unbalance:• Important for successful PoEoperation.• Specified in IEEE 802.3af and802.3at.• Specified in ANSI/TIA-568-C.2.• Specified in ISO/IEC 11801:2010.Balance measurements:• Important for successful 10GBASE-T.• Specified in ANSI/TIA-568-C.2 & TSBs.• Specified in ISO/IEC 11801:2010All the measurements are currently not specified as a field measurementbecause it was thought it could never be done in the field. The DSX-5000CableAnalyzer is the FIRST FIELD TESTER to measure them!
  29. 29. • New advanced diagnostics, reduces thetime required to fix cabling faults.• HDTDR Return Loss Error Diagnostics.• HDTDX NEXT Error Diagnostics to “see”where Crosstalk is happening.• Uploads to LinkWare for remote help.POWERFUL COPPER DIAGNOSTICSPowerful Troubleshooting capabilities are important! No matter how thoroughly theinstallation work is being executed, fails do occur. Locating faults can take up a lot time andjeopardize profit margins.Far end connection is clearly the issue
  30. 30. • Fa (600 MHz) and Fa (1 GHz)CLASS FA TEST LIMITSIEC 61935-1 has not approved testing to1 GHz (Level V Accuracy) at this timeFluke Networks proposal for Level Vaccuracy was accepted, so we are givingthe customer the option of working to aratified (600 MHz) or a draft (1 GHz)standard.
  31. 31. • The far end is terminated with an RJ45 plugIP CAMERAS AND ACCESS POINTSNo warning of different adapters, unlike DTX CableAnalyzer
  32. 32. • Adopting ISO/IEC namingNEW CABLE TYPES
  33. 33. • Adopting ISO/IEC (US) namingNEW CABLE TYPES
  34. 34. • Adopting ISO/IEC (US) namingNEW CABLE TYPESU/UTP- Individual pairs are unshielded- No overall shieldU/FTP- Individual pairs are shielded- No overall shieldS/FTP- Individual pairs are shielded- Overall shield
  35. 35. • ALL wire mappers would think the shield was connected• Grounding of two racks makes this happen• DSX can not only tell you the shield is open• It can also locate the distance to the shield issueSHIELD INTEGRITY
  36. 36. • Shield is open at one end due to incorrect terminationSHIELD INTEGRITY
  37. 37. • Even when the two connectors are grounded togetherSHIELD INTEGRITY
  38. 38. • Other Wire Maps testers will show this connectedSHIELD INTEGRITY
  39. 39. • An incorrectly terminated shield can adversely affecttransmission properties such as Alien CrosstalkSHIELD INTEGRITYThe data below was taken from a data center where the shield was terminated incorrectlyThe Wire Map passed
  40. 40. • Works as long as the resistance unbalance is within xx ΩADDITIONAL TESTS FOR POE
  41. 41. • Difference in Resistance between the pairRESISTANCE UNBALANCE1.87 Ω1.85 ΩResistance = 3.7 ΩResistance Unbalance = 0.02 Ω
  42. 42. • Thought it could not be done in the field• DSX-5000 CableAnalyzer can do itRESISTANCE UNBALANCEWe’ve had customers complaintheir PoE would not work, yet itpassed the TIA and ISO tests
  43. 43. • Aluminum has a higher resistance than Cu,and is less expensive• It can be used in CCA cables but these cablesare do not meet TIA standards which requirepure copper conductors• Customers don’t want this cable as it is a firehazard and may not support PoEResistive Unbalance - Use test to identify CCA
  44. 44. • Look for (PoE) at the bottom of the TIA and ISO foldersHOW DO I GET RESISTANCE UNBALANCE?
  45. 45. • New folder Balance MeasurementsTEST LIMITS
  46. 46. • Transverse Conversion Loss is the ratio (in dB) of acommon-mode voltage measured on a wire pair relativeto a differential-mode voltage applied to the same end ofthe pair. The TCL value shows you how well theimpedances of the pair’s conductors are balanced.TCL (TRANSVERSE CONVERSION LOSS)DifferentialSignal AppliedCommon ModeVoltage Measured
  47. 47. • A high TCL value means that the impedances of theconductors relative to ground are almost equal.TCL (TRANSVERSE CONVERSION LOSS)High TCL values correspond tobetter noise immunity and loweremissions.
  48. 48. • Transverse Conversion Transfer Loss is the ratio (in dB) ofa common-mode voltage measured at the far end of awire pair relative to a differential-mode voltage applied tothe near end of the same pair.• Since TCTL values improve with longer links, we actuallyuse Equal Level Transverse Conversion Loss (ELTCTL)TCTL (TRANSVERSE CONVERSION TRANSFER LOSS)DifferentialSignal AppliedCommon ModeVoltage Measured
  49. 49. • Subtracting the effects of insertion loss normalizes theresults for length and produces ELTCTL values, which arenot dependent on length.ELTCTL (EQUAL LEVEL TRANSVERSE CONVERSION TRANSFER LOSS)Because ELTCTL does not depend onlength, it is used instead of TCTL toevaluate cable performance.High ELTCTL values correspond tobetter noise immunity and loweremissions.
  50. 50. • Common-Mode Return Loss is the difference (in dB)between the power of a common-mode signal applied to awire pair and the power of the common-mode signalreflected back. The signal reflections are caused byvariations in the cable’s impedance.CMRL (COMMON MODE RETURN LOSSCommon ModeSignal AppliedCommon ModeVoltage Measured
  51. 51. • CDNEXT is the difference in amplitude (in dB) between acommon-mode voltage applied to a pair and thedifferential mode voltage measured on other pairs at thesame end of the cabling.CDNEXT (COMMON MODE TO DIFFERENTIAL MODE NEAR-END CROSSTALK)DifferentialSignal MeasuredCommon ModeVoltage Applied
  52. 52. • No test standards require CDNEXT measurements. The (+All)Autotest includes the CDNEXT test for troubleshootingpurposes only.CDNEXT (COMMON MODE TO DIFFERENTIAL MODE NEAR-END CROSSTALK)Higher CDNEXT values correspond tolarger differences between theamplitudes of the common-mode anddifferential mode voltages, whichmeans better cabling performance.
  53. 53. FIBER TESTING
  54. 54. • OFP-QUAD has 3 ICAs !• What is the reason forlight sources with ICA’s- To match the LC connectoron the patch panel ?- NO the SC is a much morerobust connector- Ease of cleaning !• To support the one jumpermethod it is essential to ….1. … have an ICA on themeter2. … have a meter withnon critical connector non-PC with a largephoto detectorCERTIFIBER PRO QUAD INTER CHANGEABLEADAPTERS
  55. 55. • Optional fiber camera to inspect endface of fiber connectorsINSPECT THE TEST GEAR
  56. 56. • Now the units have warmed upsufficiently• Press SET REF• RUN WIZARD will walk you throughthe process1. Connect TRC with mandrel (VLM)2. Press SET REFERENCE3. Disconnect from Meter and insertsecond TRC in both paths4. VERSIV will check whether the TRC aregood enough for the job5. If yes … you are ready to test6. Let’s connect to the artifactWe connect to the good linksMain Meter (2)  (6) Remote SourceMain Source (3) --- (7) Remote MeterSETTING THE REFERENCE
  57. 57. RUNNING A TEST• Change back toMain Meter (2)  (6) Remote SourceMain Source (3)  (7) Remote Meter• We run 3 tests …. “ManualSAVE” !!!
  58. 58. • Encircled Flux (EF) is the final piece in the puzzle to reducingmeasurement uncertainty in the fieldREDUCING MULTIMODE UNCERTAINTY
  59. 59. • Wrong way!• Issues- You have no idea what the loss is in the adapter- Whatever it is, it’s subtracted from your measurement- The uncertainty is horrendous – negative lossWRONG WAY TO SET REFERENCE? dB
  60. 60. • For testing an installed fiber optical link, should always usethe 1 Jumper Reference Method• Does require the test equipment to have interchangeableadapters on the INPUT portsRIGHT WAY TO SET REFERENCE
  61. 61. • Applications:- Mostly Telecom- FTTx- CCTV- Remote Sensors• SimpliFiber PRO was better suited for the job then DTX or DSP• CertiFiber works like/with SimpliFiber PRO• Competition LT offers bi-directional testing on a single fiber- This is common for deticated Telecom tester but comes at price !- …. The lack of a non-critical port on the meter side means no supportof 1 JumperMethode. EVER !SINGLE FIBER TESTING
  62. 62. 1. Select Power Meter/Light Source Mode2. Select the remotesource3. Set Reference4. Connect to Link5. Wait for result6. Save ResultSINGLE FIBER TESTING …REMOTE SIMPLIFIBER PRO LIGHT SOURCE
  63. 63. 1. Press on remote CertiFiber PRO thebutton one and then hold until MMled begins to blinkg Red/Green2. Select Test Mode “Auto CertifFiberPRO”3. Perform REF procedure and testidentical to procedure forSimpliFiber PROPRESSBUTTON
  64. 64. • Quick checking of cords• Test can be invoked bypressing and holdingthe button next to VFLfor 5 seconds• Real Time Readinghelps to identifycracked cords etc.OTHER POWER / METER LIGHT SOURCEMODE
  65. 65. Something NewProjX Project ManagementGet to System Acceptance(and Payment) faster!
  66. 66. Planning Setup Test Troubleshoot ReportSystemsAcceptanceA NEW PARADIGM FOR INFRASTRUCTURE CERTIFICATIONMultiple jobs, teams, testers, and requirements – asingle error can erode your project’s profitabilityWaiting for the project manager or “expert” to setthings up and deliver the tester is all too common.Testing can always be faster: now it isMultiple skill levels of technicians means thatprojects are delayed while troubleshooting.Working in an environment with multiple testers,standards, and test regimes makes generating reportstime consuming ,delaying system acceptance.Customers struggle to understand multiple complexreports which delays systems acceptance.
  67. 67. VERSIV WAS DESIGNED TO WORK DIFFERENTLYTHAN LEGACY TESTERSProjectAInstallationFloor 1InstallationFloor 2TestingFloor 1TestingFloor 2TroubleShootFloor 1& 2ProjectBInstallation TestingTroubleShootProjectCInstallationTestingFloor 1TroubleShootRoaming testers: contractors manage multiple projects, testers and tasksConcurrent testing: contractors need to simultaneously perform fiber & copper testingand troubleshooting with multiple testers on multiple jobsProject Configuration: contractors need to be able to eliminate wasted time and avoidcostly errors due to redundant and time consuming loading of configurations, test limitsand cable identifiers
  68. 68. • Easy to set up, minimize test limit errors/better manage multiple projects.• Create new project for different jobs, locations or customers.• Easily define project requirements ahead of time.• Store jobs in LinkWare for each transfer to other Versiv testers.PROJX MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
  69. 69. • Limitations of legacy cable testers• ProjX to the rescue• Examples- So you have a failing link….- Two testers, 1 job, no problem!- Help – need to go back to an old job…..PROJXPlanning Setup Test Troubleshoot ReportSystemsAcceptance
  70. 70. • No way to store project setup if youdon’t finish the job• Easy to lose track of cable ids- Failing links- Different cable ids for different projectareas• No punch list for failing links• LinkWare dependence- Not able to move files or project setup in the fieldLIMITATIONS OF LEGACY CABLE TESTERS
  71. 71. • Allows project setup to be stored, shared andeasily recalled• Creates punch lists for failing links- No longer lose failing link information• Keeps track of multiple cable ids- Allows users to jump around in cable id list- Doesn’t lose order when a link fails- Easily move to different projects with unique cable ids• No LinkWare dependence- Able to move files or project setup in the fieldPROJX TO THE RESCUE
  72. 72. • Powerful IN FIELD project & resultsmanagement- Transfer- Manage- MovePROJX TO THE RESCUE
  73. 73. IN FIELD PROJECT & RESULTSMANAGEMENT• Transfer- Copy and transfer projects & results- Projects include project info and testsetup
  74. 74. IN FIELD PROJECT & RESULTSMANAGEMENT• Transfer- Copy and transfer projects & results- Projects include project info and testsetup
  75. 75. SO YOU HAVE A FAILING LINK….• Run Test- Pass or FailResult ?
  76. 76. SO YOU HAVE A FAILING LINK….• Run Test- Pass or Fail• Failing link options- Repair and TestAgain- Save and Fix LaterResult ?
  77. 77. SO YOU HAVE A FAILING LINK….• Run Test- Pass or Fail• Failing link options- Repair and TestAgain- Save and Fix Later• Punch list- Created by FixLaterResult ?“Punch Lists”
  78. 78. JOB COMPLETE PERCENTAGE• Percentage of job complete- Includes all links: pass and failHardrock0✔ 0✖0 %F1-001 ...F1-100 .
  79. 79. JOB COMPLETE PERCENTAGE• Percentage of job complete- Includes all links: pass and failHardrock47✔ 3✖50 %F1-001 ...F1-100 .Hardrock0✔ 0✖0 %F1-001 ...F1-100 .
  80. 80. JOB COMPLETE PERCENTAGE• Percentage of job complete- Includes all links: pass and fail• Don’t lose cable ids when link failsHardrock47✔ 3✖50 %F1-001 ...F1-100 .Hardrock0✔ 0✖0 %F1-001 ...F1-100 .Hardrock95✔ 5✖100 %F1-001 ...F1-100 .
  81. 81. JOB COMPLETE PERCENTAGE• Percentage of job complete- Includes all links: pass and fail• Don’t lose cable ids when link fails• Allows you to move punch list to different tester or team!Hardrock47✔ 3✖50 %F1-001 ...F1-100 .Hardrock0✔ 0✖0 %F1-001 ...F1-100 .Hardrock95✔ 5✖100 %F1-001 ...F1-100 .Hardrock100✔ 0✖100 %F1-001 ...F1-100 .
  82. 82. PROJX – GET THE JOB DONE RIGHT THE1ST TIME• Makes managing complex jobs easy• Multiple ways to perform tasks• Quickly see how much of the job has beencompleted- No more going back and testing links that weretested to the wrong limits!• Makes it easy to combine results of differentteams with- Transfer, Copy and Manage• Easily move from one job toanother
  83. 83. • Interface – it just works!• 10 second Cat 6A Autotest• Shield integrity• Resistance Unbalance• TCL and ELTCTL measurements• New HDTDX, works to 1 GHz• Full Class FA support• Diagnostic mode in Tools• Built in Alien Crosstalk• LinkWareADRIAN’S COOL LIST
  84. 84. Obrigado, Gracias, Thank youJim.Davis2@flukeNetworks.comRodrigo.Pastre@Fluke.com

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