News Release from: Psiber Data Systems
Edited by the Electronicstalk Editorial Team on 30 August 2004
Handheld LAN tester checks out VoIP ports
The new LanMaster 26 link tester incorporates voice over IP (VoIP), power over Ethernet (PoE) and gigabit on copper test capability.
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The new LanMaster 26 link tester incorporates voice over IP (VoIP), power over Ethernet (PoE) and gigabit on copper test capability. The LanMaster 26 is billed as the first low-cost test device to identify VoIP ports and verify that the required voltage is being supplied. The unit will also turn on a powered Ethernet port and indicate if the voltage is normal or low.
The LanMaster 26 features full 10/100/1000Base-TX link signal detection and decoding.
Network maintenance requires tools that test the evolving capabilities of today's networks.
The LanMaster 26 provides advanced VoIP/PoE/gigabit test technology with the ease of one button operation and an easy to understand LED interface to diagnose common connectivity problems.
The unit quickly tells the user if an outlet is powered or connected to a standard network device.
It determines the speed and duplex mode of the link partner and verifies connectivity in both directions.
The LanMaster 26 also features a port ID capability the blinks the link light on the connected hub/switch port or NIC.
The pocket-size LanMaster 26 is field rugged and comes complete with 9V battery, RJ45 coupler and a flexible cable assembly for easy connection.
An accessory pack is also available and sold separately.
The LanMaster 26 provides the most powerful set of link test features ever put in a low-cost handheld tester.
The suggested retail price of the LanMaster 26 is US $199.00, and the device is available now.
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