cables are jammed with data, phone, surveillance cameras… and now 48 volts of
PoE (Power over Ethernet) – the power panel DVM spots these devices. plus, two
interactive buttons exercise both LAN switches and the Power over Ethernet (PoE)
Knowing what power is on your ethernet cable can save thousands of dollars in damaged devices and test equipment!
THE BEST AND HANDIEST TEST INSTRUMENT HAS ALWAYS BEEN THE DVM (DIGITAL VOLTMETER)... AND NOW THERE IS ONE DESIGNED
FOR CAT5/6 CABLES AND CONNECTORS!
"The power panel lets you know what's there before you plug in."
"If you install V0IP or camera surveillance finding the data pairs and power is a snap. And, the Power
Panel DVII will become your main tool."
"Knowing what power is on your Ethernet cable can save thousands of dollars in damaged devices…Including
- Detect network devices, phones and power (PoE)
- Network devices: Indicates advertised speed and duplex and pairs
- Phones: Indicates voltage amplitude and pairs used
- Power (PoE): Indicates voltage amplitude (discovery and full), pairs used (end or mid span) and watts
(when connected inline)
- Interact with switches and PoE power systems
- Force link button: Sends link pulses to prompt communication from network devices.
- Test PoE button: Simulates a VoIP phone or camera and prompts PoE power
- Detect DSL tone (DSL model only):
- Indicates presence of DSL digital tone
- Connect "inline" (inline model only):
- Connect between 2 devices and pass through PoE power to the device allowing you to monitor an active system
3 POWER PANEL DVM MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM!
- Standard unit (P/N POE1000): Packed with features for sensing what is on a CAT5/6 cable (switches, phones,
PoE power) plus interacts with these devices.
- DSL unit (P/N POE1000DSL): All of the features of the Standard unit plus the ability to sense DSL tones.
- Inline unit (P/N POE1000IL): The most popular Power Panel CAT5/6 DVM model has all of the features of the
Standard unit plus the ability to connect between 2 devices ("inline"). Inline connections allow passing PoE
power to the device... monitoring the device while it is ON. Plus the inline Power Panel measures and displays
power draw (in watts).