A cable tester is indispensable for fast troubleshooting in the field. While a professional tester like the Fluke cable analyzer can thoroughly assess connection status and transmission performance, there are occasions when installers or IT personnel require a swift circuit check, prompting the use of palm-sized cable testers. With technological advancements, people now have a wider range of options beyond just identifying open and short circuits.
The significant advancement lies in the capability to check whether the resistance is within acceptable limits to support Power over Ethernet (PoE). The resistance check is crucial because exceeding the tolerable limit can lead to end devices not receiving the required power. In other words, your WiFi access point or surveillance camera might not be operating!
Another significant advancement is the introduction of the port-mapping method. Unlike traditional methods that require LED patch panels or keystone jacks, or software to identify responding ports, our Advanced Type offers a much simpler solution. Explore our Advanced Type to see how it simplifies the process of identifying responding ports at the remote end.
We provide the following types for you to choose from. Explore your requirements and select the one that suits your needs!
Essential type - For verifying the connection status of the RJ45 port to port.
Advanced type - It Gives details about port mapping, resistance checking, and connection status.
PoE Detection - To identify the presence of IEEE 802.3af/at PoE voltage running through the cabling, as well as to determine the type of PSE (Model A or Model B) for troubleshooting purposes.