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Wiremap is used to identify installation wiring errors. For each of the 8 conductors in the link, wire map should indicate:
Proper pin termination at each end
Continuity to the remote end
Shorts between any two or more conductors
Any other miswires
A reversed pair occurs when the polarity of one wire pair is reversed at one end of the link (also called a tip/ring reversal). A crossed (or transposed) pair occurs when the two conductors in a wire pair are connected to the position for a different pair at the remote connector. Split pairs occur when pin to pin continuity is maintained but physical pairs are separated. Refer to the figure below for an illustration of correct pairing, a reversed pair, crossed pairs, and split pairs.
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