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CableTool TDR Cable Length and Fault Meter

CT50 - CableTool TDR Cable Length and Fault Meter

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An essential tool for anyone in the cabling industry, this hand held tester is used for installing and maintaining metallic cabling. Uses TDR technology to quickly determine the distance to a cable fault (openor short) in feet or meters. Ideal for contractors, electricians and low voltage installers.
  • PINGs at full 10/100 auto negotiate speeds
  • PING using variable packet sizes
  • PING up to 99 consecutive times
  • PINGs single, list, or range of IP addresses
  • Identifies 10/100/1000 BaseTX Link signals
  • Stores up to 8 preprogrammed profiles
  • Verifies LAN operation at a remote location over the internet
  • Displays MAC address for a tested IP address
  • Provides port ID function (link light activation)
  • Identifies wire pair polarity
  • DHCP client capability
  • Web browser interface for unit setup and software upgrade
  • Alphanumeric keyboard for easy IP address entry
  • Pinger Plus, four "AA" batteries, AC adaptor, carrying case, user guide

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