|Item Weight||1.4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||8.5 x 1.5 x 6 inches|
|Item model number||UNTK002|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
UbiGear Cable Tester +Crimp Crimper +100 RJ45 CAT5 CAT5e Connector Plug Network Tool Kits (Crimper315)
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- 1 x Network Crimper 315 -- works for RJ11 (6P4C), RJ12 (6P6C) and RJ45 (8P8C) connectors
- 1 x Cable Tester for cables with RJ45/RJ11/RJ12 Connector
- 1 x Wire Stripper (Free)
- 100 x RJ45 RJ-45 CAT5 Modular Plug
- UbiGear One-Year Limited Warranty
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Cable Tester: 1.Test RJ11/RJ12/RJ45 cables. 2.Test correspondingly double-twisted cables 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and Ground. 3.Can judge wrong connection, short circuit and open circuit. 4.Put cables into both main tester and remote tester. 5.The lights of the main tester will turn on sequentially from 1 to G. 6.Detachable remote tester, test remote cable up to 1000ft. in length. 7.Power supply: DC 9V battery. 8.Come with protective leather case.
Limited 1 Year warranty
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Other things not so good are the two cutters on one side of the tool. I don't know what they are supposed to cut and why they are configured facing each other. I certainly wouldn't trust them to cut the cable sheathing off without also nicking the conductors. The blades are too proud. The single blade on the other side is good for cutting the conductor ends flush. The yellow tool cutter is also useless, as the blade is too proud and will easily nick the conductors. The cable tester works for the most part but assembly is really poor. Notice how the slot pins aren't properly lined up.
The tester was super easy to use. It let me check the connectors I was putting on both ends of cat5e cables to ensure they were valid. This in turn let me make a few little test cables and deploy the remote to double check the cables I'd dropped way back when, now that I'd finally punched them into jacks and a patch panel. This reassured me that I could go ahead and tack everything up in the basement -- and that I wouldn't have to crawl back into the attic insulation to replace anything. So for me, the tester was ~huge.~ (Note that it does require a not-provided 5-volt battery.)
The crimping tool turned out to be a minor problem. I discovered that squeezing too enthusiastically could ruin the connector. Also, when I looked at the connectors head on, I could see that at least one of the wires consistently seemed to be crimping slightly higher than the others. That said, the tester said they'd work -- and the network I'm using at the moment testifies to that.
I'd gotten a separate punching tool (didn't want to gamble on that part), so I only used the cutter portion of the other tool to take off sheathing. It turned out to be sharper than I'd expected, and more than, say, one and a half cautious turns would nick the interior wires. Yow.
So, all in all, nearly every tool you'd need to put an inexpensive home network together on a budget. I had zero knowledge of how any of this worked when I dumped out the box, and I'm not planning to get major use out of it in future other than making some custom cable lengths to hook up equipment. So from a strictly amateur, clutching some diagrams, maybe hooking up some equipment once in a blue moon perspective, this kit was a really great value.