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AutoTest quickly provide connectivity, device, port and security information you require to solve a majority of the problems found in networks.
Users can define the AutoTest button to include a single test or a series of tests to match their test requirements. It has never been easier to perform tests, find problems, get solutions and document results.
User Defined Profiles
With up to 10 saved profiles, the PingerPro allows you to create and save network specific information to minimize set up time on site.
Check if a port is operational and display speed and duplex information to verify compatibility with connected equipment. Verify connection at 10/100/1000BaseT over copper or 1000BaseX over fiber. Tests include Link speed and duplex mode (actual and advertised) for copper and installed fiber module configuration and transmitted/received power levels for fiber.
Clone and troubleshoot a problem device to see if the issue is with the device or the network. For example, clone and troubleshoot a printer on any troubling networked device.
Ultimate Ping Test
Whether you have a SOHO, SMB, or Enterprise network, you can verify connectivity with a Ping test that is configured for your specific requirements.
Send a single, a burst or a continuous Ping. The payload size can be adjusted from 56 bytes to 1516 bytes as well as the interval between pings and the timeout duration for the PING Response. A VLAN Tag can be added to the packet and the Priority Number can be specified. Ping a single, a group or a range of IP addresses. Even the entire subnet can be selected.
Ping Responses can show IP addresses available for assignment, round trip time for measuring traffic loading MAC ID to identify device manufacturer, packet loss, domain names and other important network information.
PoE & PoE+ Testing
The PingerPro Wire Map feature (with included terminator) verifies if a cable is wired correctly or has an open, short, cross-over, mis-wire or split pair. The cable wire map and any fault details are displayed in a color graphic for quick verification of results.
The PingerPro also has a Time Domain Reflectometry (TDR) capability to measure the length of each wire pair in a cable or the distance to an open or short cable fault. The TDR measurement is done from one end of a cable and can identify unused cables by showing an open on all four pairs.
The built-in tone generator can be used with the optional CableTracker Probe to trace cables even in walls and ceilings. PingerPro has five distinct tones which allows the user to select the best tone for the working environment or have multiple users testing in the same area.
The PingerPro’s Port Identification (Port ID) feature is used to identify a switch port connection. The unit transmits a repetitive signal that blinks the Link LED on a switch port for visual determination of a connection. This is especially useful when trying to identify which port a remote wall outlet is connected. Three different blink rates are provided to ensure compatibility with a wide range of switch types.
The PingerPro uses IEEE Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP) and Cisco® Protocol (CDP) to display port speed, duplex and number.
Display critical switch information including: Switch name and model, IP address, Port, slot, VLAN and software revision. View additional information designated by the Manufacturer. Identify incompatible switches that slow or bog down network efficiency.
The PingerPro +Fiber Model 75 & 76 uses interchangeable fiber optic modules that measure transmitted and received optical power. Optical power measurement is an essential capability for troubleshooting and maintaining a fiber based network. Monitoring the actual transmitted and received optical power levels can identify when a Link has excessive loss or the far end transmitter is failing.
PingerPro Series Comparison Chart
|Models||Connections||10/100/1000 BaseT Copper||1000 BaseX Fiber||PoE/PoE+||Ping/ TraceRoute||CDP/LLDP||IPv4/IPv6 Detection||CableTests||WiremapDetection|
|PRO 70||1 RJ-45||ü||û||û||ü||ü||ü||ü||û|
|PRO 71||1 RJ-45||ü||û||ü||ü||ü||ü||ü+||ü|
|PRO 75||1 SFP, 1 RJ-45||ü||ü||û||ü||ü||ü||ü||û|
|PRO 76||1 SFP, 1 RJ-45||ü||ü||ü||ü||ü||ü||ü+||ü|
|PRO70||PingerPro Cable and Network Management Tester|
|PRO7015||PingerPro Cable and Network Management Tester + CT15 & CC-DLX1|
|PRO71||PingerPro PoE Cable and Network Management Tester|
|PRO7115||PingerPro PoE Cable and Network Management Tester + CT15 & CC-DLX1|
|PRO75||PingerPro+Fiber Cable and Network Management Tester|
|PRO7515||PingerPro+Fiber Cable and Network Management Tester + CT15|
|PRO76||PingerPro+Fiber PoE Cable and Network Management Tester|
|PRO7615||PingerPro+Fiber PoE Cable and Network Manag. Tester + CT15 & CC-DLX1|
|FKLC01||Fiber Test Kit for PingerPro Series (MM & SM)|
|PPWMT||Terminator, Wire Map, PingerPro Series|
|PROSTY||Stylus, PingerPro Series|
|PC12R||RJ-45 Cat6 Patch Cable (12 inch Red)|
|PPFD||Flash Drive, USB, 1GB, PingerPro Series|
|ADAP5010||Adapter, AC, 5.0VDC, 1.0A, USB A Male Connector with USB A to mini B 6ft Cable|
|PRO71U||Upgrade from a PingerPro 70 to PingerPro 71|
|PRO76U||Upgrade from a PingerPro 75 to PingerPro 76|
|CC-80L||Carrying Case for LANEXPERT, PRO7015, PRO7115, PRO7515, PRO7615|
|CC-70L||Carrying Case for PRO70, PRO71, PRO75, PRO76|
|Dimensions||Approximately 3.3 in x 2.0 in x 6.75 in (8.4 cm x 5.1 cm x 17.1 cm)|
|Weight||24 Oz (700 g)|
|Display||2.9-inch Color Touchscreen, 800:1 contrast ratio, 500 cd/m2 max brightness|
|Battery||Lithium ion Rechargable battery pack|
|Power||AC Power Adaptor 110/240 VAC (Charging via computer USB port or power adapter)|
|Battery Life||Nine Hours of Test Time|
|Languages||English, German, French, Spanish, Chinese|
|Temperature range||Operating: 32°F to 122°F (0 °C to +50 °C)|
|Storage: 14°F to +131°F (-10°C to +55°C)|
|Warranty||One Year. Extended Warranty Available|
|PingerPro Series Datasheet|
|PingerPro Series QuickStart Guide|
|PingerPro Series User Guide|
|Using the PingerPro to Solve Connectivity Problems|
|Using the PingerPro for Cable & Port ID Testing|
|Using the PingerPro to Install & Troubleshoot Fiber Cables|
|New 4/7/17- PingerPro Update 2.80|
|Current PingerPro Firmware older than 2.0?|
|New 07/05/17- PingerPro Tools 1.4.1|
|For data saved with PingerPro firmware version with older than 2.00|
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