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    Yeah a testum like ric said or a fluke cat6e tester.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveMC View Post
    ADC Krone is our preferred supplier, also, if you're running cabling internally (not for patch leads) it'll need to be Low Smoke Zero Halogen in order to comply with health and saftey regs.

    Stephen
    Since when did it become requirement to install LSZH for all works? I knew certain areas needed LSZH but not global LSZH coverage.

    My H&S Contact has just told me that he's not aware of any reason why all cabling in a school should be LSZH, he said in some areas and types of work yes, but as an overall generalisation standard is fine for 99% of installations as far as he was aware, but he was going to check wtih another couple of firms for me.

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