Cable Detect & Connect Tester

Part no. 93-700-117

Tests Modular Plugs, BNC, F, D-Sub, VGA, USB, FireWire, Centronics | Auto Scan | Rugged Case

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Cable Detect & Connect Tester

The Cable Detect & Connect Tester will reveal problems in over 20 types of cables. This simple and easy to use tester will aid in managing a smooth running network of cables including: LAN & telephone, Serial, coaxial, USB, VGA, Mini-USB, S-video, FireWire, PS/2 keyboard & parallel printer.

Features:

  • Auto scan or manual scan modes
  • Rubber feet to grip to desk or bench to prevent slipping
  • Power shuts off after 30 seconds of non-use to conserve battery
  • Rugged case now with built-in handle for easy transport
  • 9V battery included
  • Tests cables with the following terminations:
    • Modular plugs: RJ45, RJ11, RJ12 UTP/STP
    • Coaxial: BNCs & CATV "F" (BNC-to-F adapter required; not included)
    • D-sub: 9-, 15- & 25-pin
    • HD-sub: 15-pin
    • USB: A, B, & mini 5-pin
    • FireWire: 4- & 6-pin
    • Centronics: 36-pin printer
Features & Specs
Tool Purpose The purpose of the tester? Verification
Cable Type The type of cable it tests? Coaxial, Ethernet, PS2, Serial, Telephone, USB/FireWire, VGA
Ports The type of compatible ports? BNC, Centronics, D-sub, FireWire, HD-sub, RJ11/RJ12, RJ45, USB
Tool Type The type of tester? Data, Voice, Video
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Q: What is a cable tester?

A: A cable tester is a device used to test the signal strength or connection for a type of cable or network of cables.  There are many different types of cable testers and each test specific cable, or several different types.

Q: What does this product test?

A:

  • Correct pin-out
  • Funcionality

Q: What are different types of cable testers?

A: Verification – A cable tester can verify whether or not the cables wired are properly connected and paired.  This type of tester will reveal any problems in the cables.

Qualification – These types of testers cover everything that the verification equipment test, but they will also tell you how well the cable supports data transfers.

Certification – These cable testers are the most sophisticated of the three. They cover the functions of both verification and qualification, but they also can create a schematic of the entire network.


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