Fluke Networks provides tools for the professionals who ensure the connectivity and performance of our connected world.
Founded in 1992 and based in Washington State, USA, Fluke Networks offers specialized instruments for Datacenters, LAN and Industrial Ethernet network infrastructures based on copper and fiber optic cabling. We are the worldwide leader in certification, troubleshooting, and installation tools for professionals who install and maintain critical network cabling infrastructure. From installing the most advanced data centers to restoring service in a production plant, our combination of legendary reliability and unmatched performance ensure jobs are done efficiently.
Fluke Networks offers instruments for every level and expertise from basic wiremappers to Versiv™, with efficient and accurate performance accepted by over thirty cabling vendors worldwide. Versiv™ provides a future-ready design supporting copper certification, fiber loss and OTDR testing. It uses with LinkWare™ Live, the world’s leading cloud-connected cable certification solution with over forty million results uploaded to date and solutions to validate and troubleshoot Industrial Ethernet networks. Learn more at https://www.flukenetworks.com/industrialethernet.
Today’s fastest growing industrial and building automation technologies are based on Ethernet’s physical layer. Single Pair Ethernet (SPE) is making waves in the industrial automation world as a potential replacement for fieldbus architectures. SPE will bring Ethernet to where is not yet used today: to the field level in factory floors, smart sensors in logistics, intelligent buildings, as well to support next generation of autonomous vehicles.
Fluke Networks is the leader in measuring key testing parameters required by industry standards including insertion loss, return loss, NEXT, PSNEXT, ACR-N, PSACR-N, ACR-F, PSACR-F and Resistance Unbalance. Versiv™ is the first field tester to support balance measurements including Transverse Conversion Loss (TCL) measurements to help determine noise immunity (EMI) within the industrial environment. Fluke Networks is now embracing SPE technology as part of the SPE Industrial Partner Network and has already furnished adapters to suppliers of cabling systems for use in laboratory SPE testing. This underscores Fluke Networks’ commitment to support SPE field testing so installers, engineers, and electricians can realize the benefits of this important technology.