Real World Certifier™ and Powel Panel™ CAT 5/6 Cable and Power Test Kit - (CPK1000IL2)
The Triplett/ByteBrothers CPK1000IL2 Cable and Power Test Kit combines the high performance Real World Certifier (with 250 report storage) with a Power Panel CAT5/6 DVM Tester to thoroughly test cables and devices plus determine exactly what is on your CAT 5/6 network. Read More >
The Triplett/ByteBrothers CPK1000IL2 Cable and Power Test Kit combines the high performance Real World Certifier (with 250 report storage) with a Power Panel CAT5/6 DVM Tester to thoroughly test cables and devices plus determine exactly what is on your CAT 5/6 network. And, if you work with PoE, you can test for voltage and operation of your PoE voltage source. The RWC1000K2 Real World Certifier is the ideal tester for UTP Cables and LAN devices and performs all standard cable tests, including cable propagation delay, skew, attenuation, cable verification, opens, shorts, split pairs, and splits distance The RWC1000K2 performs real speed tests on cables, switches, hubs, and PCs; it furthermore carries out basic testing for coax cables. In addition, the RWC1000K2 allows for cable "typing" (CAT 3, 5, 5E, 6) and displays easy-to-read graphs of test results. Test results may be stored for later printing. The included POE1000IL Power Panel CAT5/6 DVM Tester is the perfect tool for detecting active network devices, power for VoIP phones, IP cameras and other devices on RJ45 jacks and cables. Once connected, the POE1000IL Power Panel goes to work scanning each pin on a connector and displaying both the activity and the pair location. Whether it be 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. In addition, the POE1000IL Power Panel has the ability to connect between two devices ("inline"). Inline connections allow passing PoE power to the device monitoring the device while it is on. In addition, when placed inline between two devices, the power draw of the device can be measured in watts. Too much power draw is the number one reason for IP/PoE network failure.
- Quickly test cables with the RWC digital test (CAT5, 5e, 6). It looks at both mechanical and speed parameters; port testing includes both advertised and negotiated speeds
- The Power Panel displays voltage/activity on your cable pairs; device type (PoE/Switch/NIC); phone connected (DSL Model, AVAIL); voltage level (POTS and PoE)
- Force a LAN device to speak; Simulate a PoE device; Compatible with IEEE and Cisco standards
- Includes Remote Unit (RWC1000R), (2) Cat 6 Patch Cables, (2) RJ45/coax adapters, (6') Printer/PC cable, 1 hour Welcome DVD, Protective zipper case, and (3) 9V Batteries. 1 year warranty.
|60 micro gold plated 3 prong connector pin|
*We are aware of current compatibility issues with windows 11 and have our engineering team actively working on a fix.
If the Excel spreadsheet provided with the software download does not successfully download test results, then please attempt to do so with one of these alternate Excel spreadsheets
Q. I have the RWC1000 cable certifier and I cannot find the driver.exe file to download.
A. The driver.exe file is part of the software download from our website. You must open the downloaded file then the setup zip file to access it.
Q. I have the RWC1000 cable certifier and my cable length results are about 25% higher.
A. The RWC is specifically for testing UTP (Unshielded Twisted Pair) cable. Shielded cables will alter the impedance and the device reading will not be accurate. The LVPRO30 and the LVPRO30-SR can perform cable tests on shielded and unshielded cables.
Q. My RWC1000 cable certifier isn’t passing factory made cable as if pins 7 and 8 are bad at the LEFT and RIGHT jack port.
A. Only the left hand port of the RWC is used for cable tests and only the right side may be used for port tests. Using the wrong side for the wrong test could result in damage to the unit and cause faulty cable readings.
Q. what is the minimum length the tester can detect split pairs?
A. The recommendation on the product is to test cables no less than 3 feet for best accuracy. However we successfully run tests on 15in patch cable in house. The tests just take a little extra time.
Q. During power testing phase of a IP camera the display has POE END MID & readings to go along with each. I don't see a good description of what MID is?
A.MID refers to a Midspan device that uses specific cable pairs to transmit power. When END and MID are both lit up (along with all cable pairs) it means the device is using all pairs on the cable for power.