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Low-Voltage Systems Have Unique Testing Needs

Low-Voltage Systems Have Unique Testing Needs

Low-voltage copper cabling is a key ingredient in the structured-wiring installations common in almost all new residential construction today – and it’s a critical infrastructure component in any modern office space. Found in telephone wiring, local area network systems from CAT 5 to CAT 7 and coaxial cabling, low-voltage wire enables the communication of voice, data and video information. To test new installations and troubleshoot problems in existing systems, electrical contractors and system integrators need special tools designed with low-voltage requirements in mind.

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