The Ethernet Speed Certifier offers a complete solution to test and speed certify the data-carrying capabilities of Ethernet network cables up to 1 Gb/s by testing for noise in the network, detecting faults in the cable wiring, and ensuring that cables are able to support the speed capabilities of active equipment. Speed Certification to IEEE standards 802.3 Cable testing to TIA568A/B The advanced discovery gives the clearest vision of network layout and interfaces between active components like servers, switches, routers, etc. All the information is collected, stored, and ready for reporting. 21st century speed certification. Pings specific IPs or URL addresses DHCP Traceroute VLAN
Tests 10/100/1000 Base-T, IPV4/IPV6, VLAN, DHCP and more The model Cabling and Advanced Network Tester takes all the features and functionality of the Cable Prowler™ and adds the capability to identify, monitor, and troubleshoot LAN issues associated with physical layer and link conditions in the network. Supports IPV4 and IPV6 protocols Verifies DHCP connectivity and DNS Pings IPV4, IPV6, and URL addresses CDP, LLDP, NDP, and VLAN detection TCP/UDP Throughput Test Detects presence of PoE and class of PoE per IEEE 802.3af/at with load test for voltage drop Detects and reports current link speed and link capabilities for active Ethernet drops up to 1 Gbps Link light to identify location on a hub/switch/router port Tests CAT3/5e/6/6a Ethernet cable configuration and verifies connectivity while conducting tests for opens, shorts, miswires, split pairs, and reverses Supports up to 8 testing and ID remotes for network & telephone cables Supports up to 20 network and coax ID-only mapping remotes Ability to define Network test name, cable name, save and print all results (cable testing and network testing)
Cat 3/5e/6/6a, Coax, and Telephone Cable The unit combines the functions of a high-end cable tester and length measurement tester, with the capability to identify link status, link capability, and PoE detection. All of this is in full color and internal memory to save results. Displays length measurement for each pair in feet or meters using TDR technology Detects presence of PoE and class of PoE per IEEE 802.3af/at with load test for voltage drop Detects and reports current link speed and link capabilities for active Ethernet drops up to 1 Gbps Link light to identify location on a hub/switch/router port Tests ethernet cable configuration and verifies connectivity while conducting tests for opens, shorts, miswires, split pairs, and reverses Generates selectable tones on selected pins for use with tone tracers Supports up to 8 testing & ID remotes for network & telephone cables Supports up to 20 network & coax ID – only mapping remotes View saved cable tests Full color graphical wire-mapping Ability to define cable name, save cable tests and print ALL results (cable testing & network testing) Multilingual (English, French, Spanish, German, Italian)
The Dual Mode TDR is capable of finding faults (Opens, Shorts, Arc Faults) on fully energized cables up to 600 Volts. Arc Chaser can monitor live cables for intermittent conditions, capturing these “events” and reporting where and when they occur. Using advanced Spread Spectrum Time Domain Reflectometry (SSTDR), Arc Chaser is capable of accuracy to fault of better than 1%. Works on both energized or unenergized cables Discover cable events which can only be shown under load Monitors intermittent arc faults, opens and shorts Find faults caused by vibration that are otherwise hidden Shows results in graphical or text format Clear and simple view of faults Saves reports, transferrable to PCs for storage, and printing Maintain history of information Cable fault finding Easily verify quality of entire cable length Tone generation Signal tracing of cables Cable Test Setup Walks users through cable test setup Self-calibrates to maintain accuracy over time or due to environmental change No metrology calibration required English or Metric Measurements International applications 600V Category II Meets full international requirements for working on energized...