The TVR10/100/1000 - instant answers to a LAN device's most critical questions: Is it ON? and what are its capabilities (10MB, 100MB, 1000MB, half or full duplex)? Perfect for a quick check of your equipment configurations including the negotiated speed between 2 devices. Or put one in each of your remote offices as a quick troubleshooting tool when the remote cannot connect to the central office. Includes a tone probe for tracing cable and cable testing capability. Compatible with all network devices.
The TVR10/100/1000 is comprised of two units: The "Main unit" and the "Remote Probe." The Main unit performs the bulk of the tests such as determining the LAN device type (is it a hub/switch or PC?), the LAN speed and duplex (10, 100, 1000 MB/s, half or full duplex) and whether PoE (Power over Ethernet) is present without the need of the Remote Probe. The Remote Probe adds the ability to trace cable locations (by audibly tracing tones cables with all four pairs to insure compatibility with all three types of Base-T LANs.
Broad capabilities: TVR10/100/1000 helps you locate faulty hubs, PCs or cable connections that are stopping or limiting the performance of your 10, 100 and 1000 Base-T LAN. You can even go inline between two LAN devices and determine the final negotiated speed and duplex of the link! Designed for both the LAN installer and repair person, it is useful documenting legacy LANs, installing and repairing LANs or adding equipment to existing LANs.
Designed specifically for 10, 100 and 1000 Base-T LANs: The TVR10/100/1000 has been designed to test LAN devices and cabling designed to the 10, 100 and 1000 Base-T standard. This includes wiring paired to EIA(TIA)568B (also called AT&T258A or simply "AT&T"); and EIA(TIA)568A. EIA(TIA)568B is the most popular scheme for 10, 100 and 1000 Base-T cabling. EIA(TIA)568A is the most popular scheme for ISDN cabling. USOC pairing (typically used for telephones) is not compatible with the Base-T standard and is therefore not tested by the TVR10/100/1000.
Multiple test sets in one tester: To accomplish its goals, the TVR10/100/1000 performs tests that, prior to the TVR10/100/1000, required 7 different test sets. Plus, the multi-functionality is integrated to provide a combination of quick results that are not available in any other tester.
If the TVR10/100/1000 is divided by function, it yields a:
Hub/PC verifier that indicates the equipment Device Type (is it a hub/switch or PC?).
LAN speedometer that verifies the speed and duplex of the link (10,100 or 1000MB/s, full or half duplex).
Straight thru/crossover cable jacks indicates the patch cable required.
Inline network activity monitor indicates the negotiated speed and duplex between two LAN devices. A quick way to spot network bottlenecks!
Tone probe and tone generator for tracing cable locations (and the port used)
Cable pairs tester that verifies what cable pairs are wired and identifies straight thru and crossover configurations.
Cable termination tester: Tests for the existence of a LAN device connected at the end of the cable (determines number of cable pairs required by the device).
PoE Detector indicates the presence of Power over Ethernet and the whether the power is endspan or midspan (PoE on pairs 1,2 3,6 is termed "endspan" PoE ... PoE on pairs 4,5 7,8 is "midspan" PoE).
Tone Generator and Probe for tracing cables
1 Protective Pouch
2 Patch Cords