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Tripp Lite T100-001-TST Owner's Manual
Owner’s Manual
RJ11/RJ12/RJ45 Cable
Crimper/Stripper with
Built-In Tester
Model: T100-001-TST
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Package Includes
• T100-001-TST
• Owner’s Manual
Product Features
• All-in-one crimping tool efficiently cuts and strips
LAN cables up to 12 mm in diameter
• Multifunctional crimping tool creates all 8P8C,
6P6C and 4P4C plug types
• Built-in UTP/STP cable tester quickly and
accurately identifies wiring faults in newly crimped
or existing in-wall LAN cables up to 600 ft.
(183 m) with detachable remote unit
• Ergonomic design with non-slip handles for secure
grip
• Perfect for creating custom design cables
Operation
Opening / Closing the Tool
To open the tool handles, simply squeeze the
handles together and release. To lock the handles in
place, gently squeeze the handles together (one or
two clicks) and release.
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Operation
Cutting Cable
A single blade for cutting cable is located on the
back of the tool. To use, insert the desired cable
length into the slot labeled “CUT”. To cut the cable,
squeeze the handles together until the cable cleanly
separates.
Stripping Flat Cable
On the same side of the tool as the double blades,
insert the cable between the blades. Squeeze the
handles together to score each side of the cable,
then pull off the jacket.
Stripping Round Cable
Insert the cable into the slot labeled “12MM ROUN
CABLE”. Squeeze the handles together and rotate
the tool around the cable to score the jacket. Pull off
the jacket.
Crimping Connectors
Once the jacket has been stripped from the
cable, insert the freestanding cable wires into the
appropriate modular connector plug type. Next,
insert the plug into the tool’s corresponding 4-Pin
(located on the back), 6-Pin, or 8-Pin slot. Squeeze
the handles to crimp.
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Operation
Testing Uninstalled Cables
When testing uninstalled patch cables, the remote
unit can remain attached to the base of the main
unit’s handle. Connect one end of the cable to be
tested to the main unit. Connect the other end
of the cable to the remote unit. Push the “TEST”
button to initiate the test. Note the LEDs present to
determine the cable’s wiring status.
Testing Installed Cables
When testing installed patch cables, detach the
remote unit from the main unit’s base to allow for
room-to-room testing. Using a jumper cable (not
included), connect the remote unit to the wall jack
or patch panel to be tested. Using a second jumper
cable (not included), connect the main unit to the
other wall jack or patch panel. Push the “TEST”
button to initiate the test. Note the LEDs present to
determine the cable’s wiring status.
Once testing is completed, the remote unit will
securely snap into the base of the handle for easy
storage and transport.
Note: This product is designed to test cable lengths up to
600 ft./183 m.
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Cable Test Results
Pass Indicators:
Shield
Green SHIELD LED indicates the shield on the cable
is correctly and continuously wired through the
modular plug termination.
Standard Wiring
Four green LEDs on pairs 1-2, 3-6, 4-5, and 7-8
indicate all four pairs are terminated correctly.
Fail Indicators:
A flashing green LED indicates which wire pair(s)
have a fault. A solid red LED in the FAIL section will
indicate which fault(s) are detected. Multiple flashing
green LEDs or solid red LEDs indicate multiple pairs
and/or multiple faults.
Short
A short circuit condition exists.
Open
An open circuit condition exists. There is no
“OPEN” LED indicator. OPENS are displayed
as an unlit LED. See DEBUG Example #2 as
reference.
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Cable Test Results
Miswire
Indicates the improper assignment of one or
more individual wire pairs to its pins for the wiring
schemes tested. The tester checks T568A, T568B,
10Base-T and Token Ring configuration.
Reversal
Reverse wiring means the pin for one wire in a pair
is connected to the opposite pin for the pair in the
remote jack.
Split Pairs
Split pairs occur when the tip (positive conductor)
and ring (negative conductor) of two twisted pairs
are interchanged.
Note: The T100-001-TST will check a fault condition in the
above order before detecting other fault conditions. The
detection and indication of a fault is handled on a one-pertest basis. Once a fault is corrected, it is recommended the
cable be tested again for other faults.
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DEBUG Mode
Debug mode allows you to identify which cable pairs
have a wiring fault. This mode cycles through each
cable pair, displaying a test result for one pair at a
time. From the series of LED indicators, the failed
pair and fault condition can be identified. In Debug
mode, the first short flash on the PAIR LEDs display
the pair under test. The second long flash on the
PAIR LEDs is the destination of the test.
To DEBUG:
1. Press and hold the “TEST” button unitl all cable
pairs have been tested.
2. The PAIR identification LEDs and the FAIL LEDs
work together in series to identify which pair(s)
are incorrectly wired.
3. If a series of two green LEDs (one short and one
long) display as a pair, then that pair is wired
correctly.
4. A green PAIR LED followed by a red LED in the
FAIL section reveals which pair is incorrectly wired
and the fault associated with that pair.
5. Debug mode continues to cycle through each
cable pair until the “TEST” button is released,
termintating the test.
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DEBUG Mode
DEBUG Example #1:
The cable fault is a short on Pair 3-6, the Debug
mode LED series is as follows:
• Pair 1-2 will flash green-green as a good pair.
• Pair 3-6 will flash green on the PAIR LED followed
by a red on the SHORT LED.
• Pair 4-5 will flash green-green as a good pair.
• Pair 7-8 will flash green-green as a good pair.
Note: SHIELD LED will not illuminate if the cable being
tested is a UTP cable.
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DEBUG Mode
DEBUG Example #2:
The following are examples of potential LED
sequences on Pair 1-2 and possible fault conditions
for that pair only.
1st Short
Flash
1-2
1-2
1-2
2nd Long
Flash
1-2
None
1-2
Red Fault
LEDs
No Red LED
No Red LED
Reversal
1-2
1-2
Short
1-2
7-8
Miswire
1-2
7-8
1-2
1-2
Miswire,
Reversal
Split Pair
Fault Condition
Good Pair
Open Condition
Pair Reversed
1-2, 2-1
Pin 1 Shorted to
Pin 2
Pin 1 - Pin 7,
Pin 2 - Pin 8
Pin 1 - Pin 8,
Pin 2 - Pin 7
Wire from 1-2
twisted with wire
from another
pair, continuity
good
Note: The above examples are for Pair 1-2 only. Similar
LEDs would relate to other pairs under test (short flash).
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Battery Replacement
1. Remove the cover plate to change the batteries.
2. Remove old batteries.
3. Install a new 6-volt A544 1/2AA size battery or
4 LR44 Button Cell batteries.
4. Slide cover plate back into place.
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Warranty and
Product Registration
1-Year Limited Warranty
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materials and workmanship for a period of one (1) year from
the date of initial purchase. Tripp Lite’s obligation under this
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any such defective products. To obtain service under this
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encountered and proof of date and place of purchase. This
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by accident, negligence or misapplication or has been altered or
modified in any way.
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