Discover the nearest switch name and port information via CDP/LLDP/EDP, and check link speed/duplex and connection to TCP/IP networks.
Verify the Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) voltage from power sources in line with the 802.3af/at standards.
View test results, add notes, and run cable tests with your mobile device using a WiFi hotspot in the LinkSprinter.
Automate reporting and enable collaboration with upload and management test results via Link-Live™.
Connect the pocket Ethernet tester with your mobile device to discover detailed information on:
– Name of the port
– Name of the nearest switch, port number, and link speed
– Power over Ethernet (PoE) voltage
– DHCP server, DNS server, and gateway address information
– Model specifics
– Server address details
The network Ethernet tester is capable of testing the actual link speed against the advertised speed of a switch. Initially, the Link Test LED will turn yellow, indicating a warning. Subsequently, in-depth test results can be obtained via Link-Live, which will illustrate the advertised speed versus the actual link speed when a Gigabit Switch port is only capable of linking at 100 Mbps.
Connection failures may be caused by an open, short, or split pair. Using the LinkSprinter, users can further troubleshoot the problem by performing a cable test.
Use LinkSprinter to verify the connection path between the jack location and the switch port. By analyzing the CDP/LLDP packet from the switch, the pocket Ethernet tester can identify the switch’s name and port number. The tester has the capability to flash the link light on its connected switch port, thereby allowing users to trace the complete path of the connection.
|LSPRNTR-300||Includes: (1) LinkSprinter and wrist strap|
|LSPRNTR-300-5PK||LinkSprinter Model 300 – 5PK|
|LSPRNTR-300-10PK||LinkSprinter Model 300 – 10PK|
|LSPRNTR-HOLSTER||LinkSprinter Holster with Test Cord|
|ALLY-SPACK||Sling-style shoulder bag can hold one tester and accessories, with other pouches and compartments for various tools or personal items|
|LINKSOLUTIONS-KIT||Includes: (1) LinkRunner AT – 2000 and (2) LinkSprinters|
|LR-G2-LS-KIT||Includes: (1) LinkRunner G2 with Li-ION battery, power supply with regional power plugs, Wireview wire mapper #1, Inline RJ-45 coupler, USB 2.0 to Micro USB cable, 8G Micro SD card, small soft case, coupler, Quick Start Guide, (2) LinkSprinters, and (2) LinkSprinter holsters.|
|Dimensions||4.36 in x 1.6 in x 1.28 in (11.07 cm x 4.06 cm x 3.25 cm)|
|Weight with batteries||Model 300: 0.255 lb (0.116 kg)|
|Cable length measurement||Measurable cable lengths are from 3 ft (1 m) to 656 ft (200 m)|
|Operating Temperature and Relative Humidity||32°F to 122°F (0°C to 50°C ), Relative Humidity 5% to 90% Non-condensing|
|Storage Temperature||-4°F to 140°F (-20°C to 60°C)|
|Shock and Vibration||Random 2g, 5 Hz – 500 Hz (class 2), 1 m drop|
|Safety||CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 61010-1-12, UL Std. No. 61010-1 (3rd Edition), IEC61010-1:2010, Pollution degree 2|
|Altitude||Operating: 13,123 ft (4,000 m) Storage: 39,370 ft (12,000 m)|
|Certifications and Compliance||Conforms to relevant European Union directives|
Conforms to relevant Australian standards
Listed by the Canadian Standards Association
Conforms to relevant FCC standards
|WiFi Hot Spot|
|Specification Compliance||IEEE 802.11b/g|
|Frequency Channels||802.11 Channels 1 thru 11 (Default is 11)|
|Operating Frequency||2.412 ~ 2.484 GHz, ISM Band|
|Regulatory Domain||EN 301 489-1/17|
|Browser||Internet Explorer 9.0, Firefox 3.6, Chrome 5.0, Safari 5.1 (minimum revision)|
LinkSprinter Pocket Network Tester Data Sheet
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NetAlly Product Selection Guide
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LinkSprinter User Guide – English
LinkSprinter User Guide – Multilingual
Compliance and Safety Guide – English
Compliance and Safety Guide – Multilingual
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