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Byte Brothers make professional grade tools that are easy to use. Their revolutionary technology is dependable and affordable. Whether you need to test your Cat5 or Cat6 or Coax cable or get precise information about your network, Byte Brothers has the tester for you. These affordable testers will get your job done in a hurry. Check out our selection and pricing on Byte Brothers testers!

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Get instant verification of your CAT5/6 network cables with the handheld Pocket Cat tester. It performs complete TIA568 tests on every wire pair, identifying continuity, opens, shorts, reversals and splits. It's ruggedized for field use (no LCD to break) and the included remote stores in a hidden drawer. Includes CAT6 patch cable, coax terminator, belt clip, 9V battery and zippered pouch. The ProTone wire locator includes a tone generator that can connect to network, phone and other cables, and a tracer that detects and identifies both the generated signals and 60Hz AC waveforms as well. Use them together to identify specific wires in bundles or cable runs, or to determine whether a power line is hot or not without contacting it. Thanks to attached alligator clips, the tone generator can be used for all wire types, but it has plugs for specifically testing telephone and network lines too. Includes case and 9V battery. 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?) and the LAN speed and duplex (10, 100, 1000 MB/s, half o
Byte Brothers Inc RWC1000K
Certify and troubleshoot your LAN hardware, 10/100 and Gigabit cabling with one device! The Certifier takes network testing to a whole new level by not only offering standard wiring tests, but by also offering both device and cable performance. This world-class certifier/tester spots slow cables, bad connectors, incorrect wiring, noisy cable, improper lengths and low signal levels from hubs, switches and PCs, decodes hub, switch, and PC speed capabilities, and tests the negotiation speed between two devices.