Plug in your Ethernet cable and use a continuity checker or a Multimeter and you will know if your cable works or is broken!Designed by Bazinga!, Ships from Singapore
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You can now test the resistances of each point in your cable using your Multimeter and determine if your cable meets the necessary tolerances. Typical Cat5e cables have a 10ohm/100m conductor resis...Read More…
You can now test the resistances of each point in your cable using your Multimeter and determine if your cable meets the necessary tolerances. Typical Cat5e cables have a 10ohm/100m conductor resistance, resulting in a 1ohm/10m loop resistance, with tolerances included, you should measure an end-to-end wire resistance of <20 ohms per 100m length, or about 0.2Ω/metre.
In addition, you could simply do a continuity test to ensure your cables aren’t broken or if there are missing wires. We tested it across all our CAT5/CAT5e cables, flat, shielded, long and short. In seconds! Quick and painless. This nifty gadget was born out of frustration in finding a simple, low-cost means of testing lots of Ethernet cables quickly and easily and our engineers now use it frequently. It’s a must-have for any engineer/technician working with lots of Ethernet cables!
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