The LanScaperPRO™ Cabling and Network Tester combines the functions of a high-end cable tester and length measurement device with the capability to identify, monitor, and correct LAN issues associated with physical layer and link conditions in the network.
In network mode testing, the easy-to-use LanScaperPRO enables quick identification at unknown RJ45 jacks for active Ethernet, POTS, token ring, or other devices as well as for presence of devices using power over Ethernet (PoE) at the other end of the jack or cable being tested. LanScaperPRO pings network devices to verify connections and IP addresses, automatically accessing DHCP hosts to obtain network information and can quickly identify hubs, NICs, or auto MDI/MDI-X devices. It also conducts link tests to identify speed and capabilities of network drops.
For cable testing, the LanScaperPRO provides full cabling testing, displaying wire map, ID, and any faults, including shorts, opens, miswires, split pairs, and reverses. The full-featured LanScaperPROmeasures cable length and generates tone levels for signal tracing and cable identification on all pairs, a selected pair, or a selected pin.
Identifies and measures power delivered by IEEE 802.3af PoE and legacy Cisco In-Line Power
Detects and reports speed and capabilities for active Ethernet and other devices up to 1 Gbps
Simultaneously pings three addresses at once to verify connectivity to network devices
Blinks a link indicator to identify hub or switch port and links to Cisco bridge or router ports using Cisco Discovery Protocol
Tests cabling configuration and verifies connectivity while conducting tests for opens, shorts, miswires, split pairs, and reverses
Displays length measurement for each pair in feet or meters
Generates selectable tones on selected pins for use with tone tracers
Back-lit alphanumeric LCD with icon flags
Network testing for port discovery, ping test, and hub flash
Test PoE to ensure adequate power for powered devices such as VoIP phones
Identify speed up to 1 Gbps, duplex mode, wiring mode, and polarity of transmit pair on active Ethernet devices
Conduct single ended and remote cable tests with display of PASS, wiremap, ID, and faults for network cable
Measure cable length
Tone and trace cables
Wiremap network connections with remote identifiers