network cable QC -Aixton

April 29, 2024
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Turn on the power to ON (S is the slow test gear, M is the manual gear) and insert the network cable plugs into the main tester and remote tester respectively.
Test side. The host indicator lights flash sequentially from 1 to G, as shown below:
Main tester: 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-G
Remote test terminal: 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-G (RJ45)
If the wiring is abnormal, it will display as follows:
1. When a network cable such as line 3 is disconnected, the lights on the main tester and the remote test terminal No. 3 will not light up.
2. When several lines are unconnected, several lines will not light up. When there are less than 2 network cables connected, the lights will not light up.
3. When the network cables at both ends are out of order, such as line 2.4, the display is as follows:
The main tester remains unchanged: 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-G
The remote test terminal is: 1-4-3-2-5-6-7-8-G (RJ45)
4. When two network cables are short-circuited, the main tester display remains unchanged, while the remote test terminal shows that the two short-circuited cables are dimly lit. If there are more than three cables, the display will remain unchanged.
(Including 3 wires) When short-circuited, the lights of all the short-circuited wire numbers will not light up.
3. If testing the distribution frame and wall module, two matching lines are required to lead to the tester.
4. Coaxial cable test: If the cable is good, the BNC lights at both ends will flash green at the same time.