Industrial Ethernet cable tester

Ideal Industries' IENet Pro Industrial Ethernet Cable Tester is designed for LAN testing efficiency and instantly verifies the integrity of two-pair and four-pair industrial Ethernet cables.

03/20/2014


Ideal Industries' IENet PRO Industrial Ethernet Cable Tester is designed for LAN testing efficiency and instantly verifies the integrity of two-pair and four-pair Industrial Ethernet cables. Courtesy: Ideal IndustriesIdeal Industries' IENet Pro Industrial Ethernet Cable Tester is designed for LAN testing efficiency and allows network professionals to instantly verify the integrity of two-pair and four-pair industrial Ethernet cables. It also assures proper terminations by detecting opens, shorts, miswires, reversals and split pairs in fractions of a second. It also features an integrated RJ-45 (UTP/STP) and shielded M12 coax interfaces and Profinet formatted results.

The IENet Pro's ergonomic design puts full-featured industrial Ethernet cable testing in the palm of the operator's hand. A single button push selects between voice, 2 and 4 pair data, or video, keeping user interactions at a minimum to help prevent mistakes and unnecessary repetitions. In addition to detecting wiring faults, the IENet Pro will measure cable length and indicate correct wiremap to T568A/B standards for shielded and unshielded cabling. It will also warn the user of voltages on cables, blink network hubs for visual cable tracing, and generate four unique tones to make fault isolation easier. Straightforward "Pass" or "Miswire" results are displayed in the Profinet Industrial Ethernet format on the unit's LCD screen. This bright backlit full dot matrix screen is easy to read even in dark wiring closets, and viewable in extreme low-light environments. 

Ideal Industries Inc.

www.idealindustries.com 

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