that it is only copper without aluminum alloys and correct coatings, however, a bad installation could easily ruin the manufacturer's cable, so the correct thing is that the same manufacturer endorses the installation company of voice, data or IP video nodes through a visit or review of the installed to validate that
what is installed will be equivalent to the life of the cable and in this case the manufacturer extends a guarantee to the end user in co-responsibility with the company that installs.
Certifying Equipment Tests: In this case, through a Fluke DSX-5000 or Fluke DSX-8000 Equipment, which are specialized measurement equipment,
Each end-to-end network node is tested and the result is a signal analysis report that indicates if the Structured Cabling complies with the speeds of 10, 100, 1000, 10,000 issuing a PASS or FAIL.
Certifying Fluke equipment must meet annual calibrations to be recognized as valid by the Fluke company
In Mexico we could find certifying entities that can validate that a structured cabling either for voice, data or cctv complies with national or international standards, however that does not imply or issue a guarantee of quality and useful life of the cabling and with this we explain the following points: