Fluke Digital Signal Processing technology delivers consistent, repeatable
accuracy Superior diagnostics make troubleshooting fast and easy.
Graphic reports show professional certification results
allows instant data hand-off
The DSP-4100, the newest member of Fluke Networks' family of Digital Cable
Analyzers, offers the same superior diagnostics and digital test accuracy of the
DSP-4000, with the addition of comprehensive management capabilities.
Like the DSP-4000, the DSP-4100 certifies copper and fiber cabling
installations to all current industry and application standards, as well as
proposed TIA Cat 6 and ISO/IEC Class E performance standards.
If you own a DSP-4000, you can upgrade to a DSP-4100 with the DSP-4100E
Upgrade Kit. The kit contains instructions for contacting Fluke Networks to
schedule your upgrade with an authorized Fluke Service Center. A technician will
upgrade your DSP-4000 main and remote units and return them with a removable
16-MB memory card, PC reader for the card, Fluke's Cable Manager™ Software,
version 4.0 and a user manual.
Fluke Networks keeps its eye on the future - so you don't have
From superior diagnostics and extendible digital platform to extensive
reporting capabilities, the DSP-4100 provides you with everything you need to
test, certify and document copper and fiber installations - today and tomorrow.
Powerful, High Definition Diagnostics
The DSP-4100 helps you quickly identify and locate opens, breaks, short
circuits, and anomalies in the cabling link. One touch of the FAULT-INFO key and
the DSP-4100 automatically diagnoses the cabling faults while graphically
displaying the link and location of the defect. Utilizing Enhanced High
Definition Time Domain Crosstalk (HDTDX™) and High Definition Time Domain
Reflectometry (HDTDR™), the DSP-4100 can precisely locate the position of a
crosstalk problem any distance along the link -- measured in feet or meters --
from the tester. These high definition diagnostics make the DSP-4100 the
industry's first cable tester to pinpoint sources of crosstalk or return loss
anywhere along an entire link length.