Designed specifically for 10, 100 and 1000 Base-T LANs
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.
The TVR10/100/1000 has been designed to test LAN devices and cabling 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.