PC Cable Tester Pro, Oficina-digital.com

€162.00 + IVA

PC Cable Tester Pro
[258991]

PC Cable Tester Pro

PC Cable Tester Pro
Test your PC conntection cables. Including USB and 1394 Firewire


PC Cable Tester  PRO is an advanced version of the original PC Cable Tester, now supports a USB and 1394 Firewire.  With this new addition, PC Cable Tester Pro  is now capable of testing almost any PC cable on the market. 
     PC Cable Tester is a stand-alone test device designed to provide the user with a wire map of standard PC data cables (USB and 1394 Firewire available on Pro version). The unique LED display clearly determines wiring status by providing a point-to-point pin-out of the actual wiring configuration. Quickly and simply diagnose the existence of open wires, shorted wires, crossed wires and miswiring. It is an essential tool for cable dealers, cable assembly houses or system integrators to quickly troubleshoot PC data cables-where most data transmission problems occur.

Features:

Uses wire mapping display to test the most commonly used PC Data Cables (even USB and Firewire on Pro version) for actual pin configurations

Detects open wires, shorts and miswiring
LED glow enhanced for printer cable test
Automatic or manual scanning   
Hand-held, light weight and totally portable
DC battery compartment and AC power jack

Specification Data Sheet


PC Cable Tester
 258991

 
Additional Port
 + Firewire and USB

 
Cable Interface
 TX: DB25 (M/F), DB9 (M/F), HDB 15 (M), DB15 (M), BNC (F), RJ45

RX: Cent. 36 (F), DB25 (M/F), DB9 (M), HDB 15 (F), DB15 (F), BNC

      (F), RJ45
 
Power Source
 DC 9V battery x 1pcs
 
Power use
 25mA
 
Operating Temp.
 0°C~50°C
 
Storage Temp.
 -10°C~60°C
 
Humidity
 0 to 95% (non-condensing)
 
Dimension
 147.5mm x 249mm x 42mm
 
Safety Approve
 CE
 
Approx. Weight
 685g
 


 

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