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What Does NEBS Test Entail?

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NEBS the acronym used for the Network Equipment Building System. So, nebs testing is required in order for telecoms equipment to be correctly distributed and installed to centralized office facilities, customers’ work-related premises, as well as outdoor plant facilities. The telecom technicians need to service their companies with the tests in order to make sure that network integrity remains intact and network operations are able to continue without any interruption. 

Industry standards have to be maintained. The case is no different when it comes to NEBS testing. In this case, it generally complies with the Telcordia GR CORE codes. These codes are valid to US telecoms service providers. A servicing scope needs to take into account individual requirements. There is no one size fits all testing regime. Tests are passed or failed by the technicians. But test reports also need to be approved, or turned down, by the clients as well.

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Items under administration under the GR 1089 core include EMI emissions and immunity. Telecoms infrastructure will also be tested for bonding and grounding. Guarding against corrosion will be set in motion as well. DC power requirements have to be met as well. The telecoms setup needs to be protected against lightning and AC power faults as well. In fact, electrical safety across the board. It should go without saying by now that all that has been mentioned so far is non-negotiable.

Actually, it is. But this has more to do with making suggestions and proposals always and only designed to improve the safety of the premises and maintain the integrity of all the existing installations. So, that in an eggshell is what a NEBS test entails with the emphasis almost entirely on providing safety networks that go beyond just a business premises.