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ByteBrothers Power Panel CAT5/6 Inline Digital Voltmeter

ByteBrothers Power Panel CAT5/6 Inline Digital Voltmeter
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The most effective and handiest test instrument has always been the DVM (Digital Voltmeter). Now there is 1 designed for CAT5/6 Cables and Connectors. Understanding what data and power is on a CAT5/6 cable is becoming increasingly important as cables are becoming crowded with a wide variety of data devices and power sources. In fact, knowing what is on a cable before plugging in can protect valuable equipment and speed up new installations. The Power Panel CAT5/6 DVM is the right tool at the right time because, once connected, it goes to work scanning each pin on a connector and displaying both the activity and the pair location. Whether it is network devices, phones or Power over Ethernet, all is displayed. And, if you are a VoIP phone of IP camera installer, you will find the Power Panel CAT5/6 DVM particularly useful because you will know if there is power and a data pair available for your equipment exactly what you need to make you device operate.

Also known as

  • Inline Power Panel Cat5/6 DVM and Network / PoE Tester
  • Byte brothers inline power panel cat5 / cat6 dvm and poe tester
  • Triplettbyte Bros POE1000IL Powerpanel With Perp Double Jack Test Poe Volts/watt
  • ByteBrothers Computer Tools Power Panel CAT5/6 Inline Digital Voltmeter POE1000I
  • Packed with features for sensing what is on a CAT5/6 cable (switches, phones, PoE power) plus interacts with these devices
  • Ability to connect between 2 devices ("inline")
  • Inline connections allow passing PoE power to the device monitoring the device while it is 'on'
  • Inline power panel measures and displays power draw (in watts)
  • Locate active network devices and display capabilities.
  • Locate Power of Ethernet (end span and misran). Voltage and location on cable are displayed.
  • Connects in between (inline) two LAN devices to display the negotiated speed and the power draw (watts)
  • Locate network ports by turning on the port beacon feature
  • Tone and trace cables with tone generator (does not include the probe)