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    Company: Velleman

    the digital 3 in 1 multitester combines the functions of a multimeter, a phone line tester and a network cable tester2 000 counts LCD display with automatic polarity indication. data hold function. continuity and diode test. white backlight.battery test: 1.5 / 6 / 9V. telephone line test. network cable test (RJ45).

  • mTDR-030 - LAN cable tester plus

    Company: NanoTronix

    NanoTronix LAN Cable Tester Plus (Model No.: mTDR-030) is a combination unit that utilizes MTDR(Metallic Time-Domain Reflectometry) technology used in measuring cable distance and TCP/IP protocol analyzer for examining internal conditions of LAN communication lines. To improve the efficiency on LAN cable management, LAN Cable TesterPlus also has a pairing check function used for pinpointing the ill connection of LAN connectors (open, short, reversed, crossed and splitted) and a tone probing function used for tracing cable in the walls, floors and ceilings. LAN Cable Tester Plus is ideally suited for work on installation of networks and for ongoing maintenance and service to any type of paired (shielded or twisted) metallic cables such as category 5/6 UTP cables, Telephone lines, Coaxial cables and LAN systems. Its' all-in-one testing capabilities meets the needs of every cable contractors, installers and technicians at lowest cost.LAN Cable Tester Plus is housed in a rugged ABS enclosure designed to deliver water-resistant performance and provides technicians with the added convenience of being hand-held. It is powered by four AA(NEDA 15A or LR6) batteries, which are stored in a compartment on its back.

  • MS8236 - 3 in 1 Network Multimeter

    Company: Sinometer Instruments

    2000 counts digital multimeter with built in network cable and telephone line tester.

  • PR-08 Outlet Verifier - Cable Tester

    Company: Pansco Ltd

    he Outlet Verifier lets technicians electronically “see” the equipment at the other end of a wall outlet or cable. It checks the termination pattern at the cable’s far end and tells you whether that pattern is of a network hub or a NIC, and whether it operates using 100 Bit, 10 Base-T, Token Ring, or ATM protocol. It also checks phone lines for line 1/line 2 polarity and AC voltage, and coaxial cable for the impedance created by a terminator at the cable’s far end.

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