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Ethernet Performance Tester
Version 1 - Copyright 2011 KURTH ELECTRONIC GmbH
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Kurth Electronic GmbH
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The KE7200 you purchased is an easy-to-operate, intuitive LAN
Please read the entire instruction manual first to help you use the
KE7200 effectively.
The device was manufactured according to the
following guidelines:
DIN VDE 0800
DIN EN 61010
DIN EN 41003
DIN IEC 60068-2-1, 60068-2-2, 60068-2-3, 60068-214, 60068-2-27, 60068-2-6-fc, 60068-2-78, 60068-229
Should you have additional questions regarding the
operation and use of this device, please contact:
Kurth Electronic GmbH
Im Scherbental 5
72800 Eningen u.A.
Phone: +49-7121-9755-0
Fax: +49-7121-9755-56
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Ethernet port
Measuring port
Select button
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Safety Instructions
The KE7200 may only be operated with the accessories originally
provided. Using the device with accessories that are not original or
for applications for which it was not intended can lead to incorrect
measurements and may damage the device.
The relevant safety regulations in VDE 0100, 0800 and 0805 must
be observed.
The use of connections other than those provided can
damage the device. The device should not be used with
high-voltage current. Kurth Electronic assumes no liability for
damage resulting from improper use.
Never apply external voltage to the device.
Never open the device. There are no parts in the device that
need to be serviced or calibrated. To change the battery,
open the battery compartment. See the instructions in
Appendix A.
The measuring device is protected from splashing water and
dust by the front film covering. It is not water-tight, however.
Never pull unnecessarily on the device’s cables. To hang it
up, use the eyelet in the device and the provided strap.
As remote unit, only use the KE7010 that was supplied or
which can be ordered.
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Table of contents
Introduction _______________________________2
Safety Instructions __________________________4
The KE7200 is essential for: ________________7
Measurement and display of: ____________________________ 7
Using the KE7200 ________________________10
Keypad __________________________________10
ON/OFF _________________________________
Four arrow buttons _________________________
SEL button _______________________________
Test settings ______________________________11
Wiring___________________________________ 11
Velocity _________________________________ 11
Cable____________________________________ 12
Device settings ____________________________12
Language ________________________________
Units ____________________________________
Battery type_______________________________
Power off ________________________________
Button beep _______________________________
Acoustic signal ____________________________
Reset to defaults ___________________________
Program update ____________________________
Software update ___________________________
Test settings ______________________________14
Cable definitions ___________________________ 14
Wiring definitions __________________________ 14
Remote unit ID ____________________________ 14
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MAC address ______________________________ 14
IP address_________________________________ 14
Implementation of the tests _________________ 14
Cable test _________________________________ 14
Performing the test __________________________ 14
Save the data ______________________________ 16
Cable/wire trace ____________________________ 16
PoE test according to IEEE802.3af______________ 17
IP test ____________________________________ 17
Transmit measurements ______________________ 18
Appendix A ______________________________ 19
Changing the battery ________________________ 19
Test settings _____________________________ 19
Cable definitions ___________________________ 19
Wiring definitions __________________________ 20
KE Manager ______________________________ 21
Installing the KE Manager ____________________ 21
Functions _________________________________ 21
PC setup__________________________________ 21
Starting the KE Manager _____________________ 22
The following selection options are offered:_______ 22
Load data (PC) _____________________________ 22
Save data _________________________________ 22
Save displayed data _________________________ 22
Delete selected line _________________________ 22
Print data _________________________________ 22
Print options_______________________________ 22
Configuration table _________________________ 22
Update ___________________________________ 22
Instructions _______________________________ 22
Manager function__________________________ 23
Selecting/sorting by customer _________________ 23
Customer address ___________________________ 23
Display results _____________________________ 23
Overview of technical data __________________ 24
KE7200 active network tester _________________ 24
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The KE7200 is essential for:
Testing and starting up
10/100/1000 Mbit LAN networksAccepting
new installations
Checking existing installations
Acceptance test record
Cable measurements
Error removal
Measuring PoE performance
IP tests; static or with DHCP
Ping and stress tests
Measuring length, tracing all kind of cables
Measurement and display of:
Cable test
Wire Mapping
Split pair
Distance to open or short
Measuring Length of each wire with TDR up
to 150m
External voltage indication and measuring
inhibit to protect the unit
Stores Results in Memory
Power over Ethernet
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indication of PoE Version A and B
Available power in Watts according to IEEE
Cable and / or Patch port search
Link Blink with NLP
Cable tracing with 4 different trace tones
Test active 10/100/1000 Mbit network
Information about service type
Static IP or DHCP
Network scan
List all found subscribers
Display name, IP address, MAC address
Targeted ping of individual addresses
Display lost responses, min/max/average
response times
Stress test devices by constant ping
Ping frame size adjustable from 32 to 1024
Stores results in memory
Transfer the results to PC
Printout using a PC with the KE Manager
16 different predefined wiring versions
- Own versions can be created
Cable types with predefined VF value
- Own cable types can be created
Illuminated graphical display
Automatic shutoff time can be set
Display illumination time can be set
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Remote KE7010 unit
Active remote unit with microprocessor
Display of pass/fail with green LED
Remote ID self programmable from 1– 32
Max. 32 remotes
Power supply
4 x UM-3 / AA battery or 4 x rechargeable batteries of
the same size
Battery life
with a good quality battery (such as a GP Super
Alkaline or Varta Industrial)
Measurement always with the illuminated display
Powered on with no testing: approximately
40 hours
Cable test without remote: approximately 35
Cable test with remote: approximately 18
IP test: approximately 15 hours
The available measuring time can be extended by
setting shorter time out times for the device or the
Note: Different durations may result with batteries
of different quality. Only use batteries from the
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same manufacturer with the same capacity.
Remove the batteries if the device will not be used
for a long time. If the battery compartment is
damaged by leaking batteries, it can be
Using the KE7200
When the KE7200 was developed, emphasis was placed on fast
and easy operation. For this reason, the KE7200 has only seven
buttons despite its many test options.
Similar to a PC, the ESC button means “undo the last step” or “go
back one step”
Button for turning the device On and Off. This button has a delay of
approx. 1 sec. when turning off to prevent accidential turn off.
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Four arrow buttons
The arrow buttons are for scrolling UP▲ /DOWN ▼and LEFT◄
SEL button
The SELECT button. Press this button to select a function or start a
Test settings
You can select from the list of different possible types of wiring
(which pin to which wire). This can even be changed during the
cable test. It is important to specify the correct type of wiring since
all of the information concerning the wire pairs and pin assignment
are based on it. Without this information, there can be no Good
result from a test. The proper identification of errors in the case of
split pairs also requires a correct definition.
Sixteen popular versions are predefined. The following
abbreviations are used:
UTP = Unshielded Twisted Pair cable
STP = Shielded Twisted Pair cable
CR = cross connected cable in conjunction with wiring version T568A or
KE7200 comes with 16 predefined wiring versions and 10
predefined cable versions. With the setup function, new definitions
can be created at any time, or existing ones can be revised. For
details, see Appendix A.
This is the percent propagation velocity of the signal in the cable
with reference to the speed of light. This information is necessary to
measure length with the TDR function. The value must be correct if
the measurements are to be precise.
Obtain the data from the cable manufacturer. If there is no data
available on datasheet or web – page, the VF factor can be
determined from a piece of cable with a known length.
First perform the cable test on this piece of cable without a
remote. After the test is finished, go to the Velocity menu. The
measured length for the set VF is displayed here. Press the ▲
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or ▼ buttons until the known cable length is displayed. The
displayed VF value is the VF of this cable. You can then create
your own table definition in the Test settings/cable definition
menu. Best if the reference cable is appr. 10m or 30 ftRemote
unit ID
Either none or all of the remote units necessary for correctly and
quickly testing the cables are delivered with number 32 to simplify
Select this function to easily reprogram a connected remote unit to
the desired number. After changing the number, write down the
new number with a pencil in the provided field.
MAC address
The KE7200 comes with a MAC address set. All of the devices
have the same address. To work in networks with MAC address
verification, the address can be defined here.
IP address
The IP address of the KE7200 is set. This address is used as the
device address, even during the IP test, for example as a static
network address. It can be changed at any time. Simply set the
address with the ▲ and ▼ / ◄ and ► buttons and save with SEL.
The change can also be made directly during the IP test in the
same manner.
Device settings
All of the device settings are made in the Settings/device settings/
These are preset empirical values and can be left unchanged. If
you change some by accident and you want to geet back to the
factory settings – you can use "Reset to defaults."
In any case, to every menue position the possible operating steps
are shown on the bottom status line of the menu.
German (default)
or English
m (meters) or ft (feet)
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Battery type
The KE7200 can be operated with 4 AA batteries, or 4 AA
rechargeable batteries. Since the voltage is lower with
rechargeable batteries, the capacity information has to be set to the
battery type used. This can be batteries or rechargeable batteries.
Set the time with the ▲ or ▼ button in seconds, select with SEL.
The Duration of illumination starts again each time a button is
Power off
The time when the device automatically turns off after the last
button has been pressed. Set with the ▲ or ▼ button in seconds,
select with SEL.
Button press beep
On or off
Acoustic signal
On or off. This signal comes after the cable measurement and
indicates OK or fault..
LCD contrast setting value, default: 14. Set with ▲ or ▼, confirm
with SEL
Reset to defaults
All of the settings are reset to the factory defaults.
Program update
If new or improved functions or bug fixes are offered, these can be
incorporated using the Manager. To use Program update, follow
the instructions in the menu.
Software update
Select with SEL.
You can obtain additional instructions about the KE Manager and
the software or function upgrades and updates in Appendix A.
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Test settings
Cable definitions
You can select from the list of the different cables in use. The cable
type is assigned to the name and associated VF value. The VF
value is needed for measuring length. The cable type only appears
in the saved or printed results. Enter the cable that is being used.
You can create your own definitions..
Implementation of the tests
The KE7200 tests the connected line for external voltage each time
before starting one of the four possible tests. If external voltage is
present, the test is not started and the level of the voltage is
displayed in volts. The test may only be run after the external
voltage has been turned off.
External voltage does not have anything to do with PoE during this
type of detection. With PoE systems working properly, the voltage
supply always needs to be activated.
Cable test
The cable test can be run with or without the KE7010 remote unit. If
it is run without the 7010 remote, only the distance to the panel is
measured and crosstalk from split pairs is checked.
When the remote unit is connected to the end, measuring the
length using the TDR method is sufficiently precise for determining
whether the panel lies within the 90 m range. This test can
measure a maximum of 150 m.
We recommend measuring the length for billing issues of installed
cables separately without the remote. This measurement of length
is more precise since a specific end is detectable without the
Performing the test
Using the supplied patch cables, connect up to 32 remote units to
the ports in the building to be measured. If only one remote is being
used, the remote needs to be brought to the next connection point
after the test. When using a helper, the helper can determine
whether the test yielded any errors by the flashing rhythm of the
LED. If no errors are found, the LED flashes slowly once every
second and the remote can be brought to the next port.
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However, we recommend using several remotes, one for each
room. With the possible 32 remotes, somewhat larger facilities or a
section of a facility can be easily covered.
The main advantage is that it saves time since only one person is
required. At the same time, the measurements are clearly assigned
by the remote ID in the documentation.
With the 0.5 m patch cable, connect the KE7200 (supplied) to the
port to be tested in the patch panel.
With the scrollbar on "Cable test," start the test by pressing the SEL
button. The message "Cable test running" indicates that the test is
underway and the progress is displayed as a percentage. If the test
is without errors, a long beep sounds and the okay checkmark is
shown in the display. The LED in the remote flashes once every
second. The wiremap shows the correct wiring result.
If an error is found, two short beeps sound, the LED in the remote
flashes quickly 4 times (0.5 seconds in length), then pauses for one
second, and then flashes again quickly 4 times, etc.
The number of the remote unit is always displayed in the KE7200
at the top left of the display. This is followed by the type of wiring.
This can be changed by pressing the ▼ button. Then the set VF
value is displayed. It is either selected by choosing a cable type, or
by setting it directly beforehand.
The wire mapping is displayed in the main window. This clearly
identifies any circuitry errors. Split pairs are displayed with a branch
to the linked wire which then returns. The measured distance to the
panel appears in right field. Distances of less than 2 m are not
shown. The measurement is too imprecise at this close range.
The maximum length that can be measured is approximately 150
m. However, this depends on the cable itself.
The bottom display line is the dialogue line. The possible operating
steps for the current test are displayed in this line.
Navigate with the ◄ / ► buttons to see the identified details per
wire. This allows for example an open or short to be clearly
assigned to the near or far end. If the fault is somewhere in
between, then its location is indicated in meters or feet.
The ◄ button reveals the length of the wires and the ► button
indicates the number of errors, type of errors, the affected pin,
where it should be and where it actually is, if misconnected, as well
as the distance to the fault. In the case of split pairs, of course only
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the linked pair can be defined. Sometime individual couplings
between other wires can be identified. Because of the split pair, the
crosstalk also relates to other neighboring wire pairs. Make sure
that the selected wiring version (such as 568A or 568B etc.)
corresponds to the actual cabling.
Save the data
After the measurement has been taken, you can either exit
measuring by pressing ESC, or you can save the measurement.
Press the SEL button to open the Save the data menu. The default
name of the measurement is displayed, followed by a number. A
unique name must be provided if you want to associate the data at
a later time. We recommend the customer name or number. Enter
the name by pressing the▲ or ▼ button. This allows you to scroll
through the alphabet and numbers 0-9. Press SEL to enter the
desired character. Change the cursor position by pressing ◄ and
The name remains entered until it is overwritten. That is, if the
customer remains the same, you do not have to change anything
when saving the next measurement. The number of the
measurement is automatically incremented. Afterward, you can
sort, print out and save based on the customer number or name.
Remember that this setting may need to be changed before starting
a series of measurements at a different facility.
The available memory is displayed in the second line. A total of
approximately 14,000 entries is possible.
Cable/wire trace Patch Port identification
The KE7200 has two different ways of identifying a known
connection box on the patch panel, switch or hub. Insert the test
cable of the KE7200 into the outlet box in the room and select Test
Link/Blink in the Cable/wire trace menu. This only tests if the box is
active in the network. The response is displayed in the status line. If
there is an active connection, the message appears: "Ethernet
10/100/1000 Mbit connection“
and only the identified speed is displayed. The NLP is transmitted
down to the hub or switch and the Link LED on the corresponding
port is blinking slowly. ( 4 sec pause, 1 sec on)
If the port is not active, "No connection" is displayed. Then you can
switch to one of the 4 tone transmission modes. The trace tone is
transmitted on all of the wire pairs. The assigned port in the patch
panel can be clearly identified with the PROBE by hold the button
“high” pressed and moving with the probe tip close over the open
Patch Panel ports
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PoE test according to IEEE 802.3af
Connect the KE7200 on the end of the ETH cable where the POE
device will be connected.
Select the menue position POE Test and start the test by pressing
the SEL button. The KE7200 activates the PoE port and shows in
the display whether the PoE is available or not. If the PoE can be
activated, KE7200 starts the activation process regarding 802.3af. .
Then the maximum load is applied to drain the cable charge. The
maximum available power is then measured. The standard
regulates the voltage that can be on the line when a specific current
is flowing. If the voltage is below the standard value, the KE7200
reduces the load until the voltage lies within the defined range. This
power is then calculated and displayed.
This information is important in every network with PoE powered
devices since faults repeatedly arise because the power supply in
the switch has reached the limit or the line is too long or has other
defects like bad connections etc. If a small, additional load is
created, for example from different operating conditions such as
turning on an infrared light at night at a IP-Camera, the network
fails and the switch only provides the emergency power. This
situation cannot be detected without the proper test equipment.
IP test
In the IP test, the KE7200 will search the network for IP addresses
and users. This can be done in DHCP mode or with a fixed IP. If
the network is also monitoring MAC addresses, the MAC address
of the KE7200 can be changed.
First, DHCP mode is started by selecting "IP test/DHCP request". A
connection to the network is established. Once this is available, it is
shown in the status line. The IP address allocated to the KE7200
via DHCP is displayed. The search for allocated IP addresses
starts immediately in the assigned address space. The KE7200
then queries all of the addresses for information which it lists. If
names are available, they are displayed; if not, only the IP address
is displayed.
This procedure can take a while, especially if there are many users
in the network. The display monitors the found IP addresses.
After the search is finished, "Network" is displayed at the top
position. Press SEL to show general network information such as
the connection speed, the actual IP address and netmask. Press
the ▼ button to go to the next page. The following is displayed:
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Domain name of the network
IP address of the DNS server
IP of the DHCP server
IP of the router
Press SEL to save these data.
Press ESC to open the user list. When a user is selected, the IP
and MAC address are displayed in addition to the name (if
available). To test the connection, this address can then be pinged
in this menu.
Select SEL to open the PING menu. The range is displayed in the
top left corner. You can change it from 32 to 124 bytes with the ▲ /
▼ buttons.
Start pinging by pressing SEL.
The KE7200 continuously transmits pings to the selected address
and is waiting for the answer. This is done at the maximum
possible speed so that a kind of stress test is simultaneously
performed for all components.
The success of the test is displayed by the number of sent pings
and the number of lost pings. Then the maximum, minimum and
average response times are displayed. If there are many lost
packets – it indicates that some parts in the link are may be defect.
This can be cabling as well as Net work cards or the computer
Transmit measurements
The saved measurements can be sent to the KE Manager for
further use.
Start the Manager on the PC.
Connect the KE7200 to the PC using an Ethernet cable. In the
main menu, select "Transmit measurements."
The saved data are transmitted immediately after synchronization
and appear in the Manager window. The KE7200 can now be
disconnected from the network. You can connect either direct to a
NIC in the PC or to any port on a network where the PC is
If there are no saved measurements, this is reported.
After uploading, the data on the KE7200 can be deleted. If they
should not be deleted, press ESC.
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Appendix A
Changing the battery
Changing batteries:
First loosen the two bottom screws in the corner guard. Pull the
corner guard downward.
The four AA batteries are in a holder. Remove the dead batteries
and replace them with new batteries. Note the polarity. Do not
combine new and old batteries. Always use batteries of the same
type and date of manufacture.
Return dead batteries to the supplier or a recycling facility, don’t
dump it.
Test settings
Cable definitions
You can enter the different types of cables used. The types which
already have been entered can also be overwritten.
After selecting the cable type to be changed or the last position
without an entry, select it by pressing SEL. The display shows
"Name:". You can enter a unique cable name. Fifteen characters
are available. At the flashing cursor position, press the ▲ and ▼
buttons to scroll through the alphabet and the numbers 0-9
including a space. Select the character or number at the cursor
position by pressing SEL. Once the name is entered, confirm it by
pressing SEL. The following appears:
"Velocity: xx%“. This is the percentage propagation velocity in the
cable in relation to the speed of light. The VF value. Enter either the
value indicated by the cable manufacturer, the previously
determined value, or an approximate value. The value is
approximately 64 – 68 for telephone and Cat3 cables,
approximately 72 for Cat5/6, and approximately 77 for Cat6/7.
Note that the cable lengths can only be correctly measured
when the VF is correct.
After entering the VF value, save it by pressing SEL. This allows
you to quickly and easily predefine the cable types that are being
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Wiring definitions
You can add to the wiring versions used.
It is helpful if you write down the pin/pair assignment of the wiring
version to be created.
Sixteen common versions are predefined. The abbreviations UTP,
STP, and CR are described on page 10 under Wiring. The list
appears after the menu item "Wiring definition" is selected. The first
item is "NO TEST". Do not change this one.
After selecting a wiring version to be changed or the last "NOT
USED" item, the "Name:" menu appears
You can enter a unique wiring name such as "568C." Fifteen
characters are available. At the flashing cursor position, press the
▲ and ▼ buttons to scroll through the alphabet and the numbers 09 including a space. Select the character or number at the cursor
position by pressing SEL. Once the name is entered, confirm it by
pressing SEL.
The "Connections" menu appears. The assignment
PIN to PIN and wire pair can be made that corresponds to the
wiring version. This assignment is needed for identifying split pairs
and good/bad information after the test. The scroll bar is at
line pair
Select it by pressing SEL. You are then in the menu
"Connection to pin 1"
An option appears where you can select all 8 pins that can be
assigned to pin 1. Press the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select the right pin
and press SEL.
You then go the menu
You can now assign the selected pins to a pair by pressing SEL.
You then go to the menu
The assignment of the first pin is displayed. Press the ▼ button to
move the scrollbar to the next item and continue as before with the
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The assignments cannot be deleted. If you make incorrect
assignments while practicing, you can correct them. As an
alternative, you can select the item "Device settings/reset to
defaults." This resets all definitions that you have created.
KE Manager – Windows Software
Installing the KE Manager
Run the KE Manager, supplied as K7200_manager_setup.exe, on
the Windows PC. The program is installed and an icon is created
on the desktop that you can use to open the Manager. A new icon
is created for any updates. Before starting the new installation, you
should therefore delete the old icon from the desktop to prevent
any confusion.
The directory Kurth_Electronic is created in the program folder.
The KE Manager is only available in a Windows version.
Operating systems: Windows 2000 – Windows 7
The KE Manager is a flexible tool for managing the KE7200 and
downloading measurement data. It has the following functions:
Configuring the Manager
Setting the language
Displaying the KE7200 hardware version
Displaying the current device software version
Updating, if available
Displaying the operating instructions
Downloading saved tests
Supplementing downloaded data
Printing and saving tests
Retrieving saved tests
Uploading/downloading between the KE7200 and the
PC setup
The PC must have at least one free Ethernet port.
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Starting the KE Manager
After the program is opened, double-click the Manager icon to start
the Manager and display its version number.
A few settings are necessary. After connecting the KE7200 and
starting "Transmit measurements," the data are sent to the
The following selection options are offered:
Load data (PC)
Saved test sequences can be reloaded here.
Save data
Sequences loaded by the KE7200 are saved on the PC or on the
Save displayed data
After the data are selected, they are saved as a separate list.
Delete selected line
A line is deleted.
Print data
A print version is created and can be printed on any printer.
Print options
You can indicate a graphics file as a header for the printout of the
test reports.
Configuration table
The display of the shown data can be changed here.
This item is reserved for any required software updates.
The operating manual is opened.
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Manager function
After all the records have been downloaded from the KE7200, the
data or measurements may be from different customers. However
this assignment must be performed on site when saving. See Save
Selecting/sorting by customer
The selection "Display the following measurements" is at the top
left. A list opens with all the saved records. You can then select the
customer whose records you want to compile, comment on and
print as a log.
You can then save the selection with "Save displayed data" by
specifying your information (customer name, number, etc.).
Customer address
In the bottom section, you can enter the customer address,
technician and any comments.
The address entered in the first record is output as the first item in
the log. You can then enter the technician, room name and
comments separately for the individual records.
Display results
The saved results from the selected line are displayed again at the
bottom right.
The results are output as a wire map and error list.
The footer provides information about the connection status and
the language.
The IP list is shown on the second page. The use and information
are the same as the first page.
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Overview of technical data
KE7200 active network tester
Copper wiring test:
Test of the data line assignment with the PIN and pair assignment.
Sixteen predefined connection versions; easily create your own
definitions starting with 2 wires.
Clearly laid-out graphic display for quickly identifying errors.
Identification of split pairs (crosstalk) starting at 1 m with a graphic
Measure the individual wire lengths with TDR and display in m or ft.
Power over Ethernet test:
Activate PoE functions, measure voltage and determine output
according to IEEE 802.3af
IP network test:
Connection by DHCP or static
Set your own IP and MAC address
List active stations by name (if defined), IP and MAC address
Ping test of selected addresses, the ping range can be set from 32
to 1024 bytes
Display ping results for received/lost and times
Cable trace:
Link - blink function with NLP
Trace tone for tracing cables with capacitive probe
Choose from four frequencies:
1. SOLID: 1,000 Hz
2. ALT: 1000/800 Hz
3. SOLID: 2,600 Hz
4. ALT: 2600/1,900 Hz
Surge projection:
Up to 100 V
Stable and impact resistant, weather resistant ABS housing
Power supply:
Four 1.5V alkaline batteries with a life greater than 40 hours
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or four NImH rechargeable batteries with an operational lifetime
that depends on the capacity.
Neither is included.
195 x 95/70 x 45 mm
7,6 x 3,7/2,7 x 1,6”
380 g without battery
Operating environment:
Operating temperature: -5 to +50°C
Storage temperature: -25 to +75°C
Relative humidity: 90%, no condensation
KE7010 active remote unit
Solid, impact-resistant and water-resistant ABS housing
Performance features:
ID programmable for 01 - 32
LED for Good/error display
Surge protection up to 100V
61 x 41 x 26 mm
2,2 x 1,5 x 1”
Basic Set comes with:
KE7200 network tester; 2 KE7010 remote units; 3 CAT6 test
cables, 0.5m long; 1 RJ45/RJ11 test cable, 4/5 pin, 2m long; 1
RJ45 test cable with two 4-mm banana plugs with alligator clips,
2m long; 1 RJ45/BNC adapter; 1 BNC/F adapter; software for
Windows; operating instructions and protective pouch
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