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Without this termination, the tester cannot detect crossed wires or crossed pairs. Open on Twisted Pair Cabling Figure 6 shows an open on wire 4. Notes If only one wire in a pair is open and a wiremap adapter or remote ID locator is not connected, both wires are shown as open.
The shorted Figure 8 shows that wires 3 and 4 are crossed. The the pin wires flash to indicate the fault. The cable length is The pin numbers flash to indicate the fault. This crossed pair is likely caused by mixing A and B cabling.
Detection of crossed pairs requires a far-end adapter. The split pair flashes to indicate the fault. In a split pair, continuity from end to end is correct, but is made with wires from different pairs. Length is not shown because the voltage interferes with length measurements. Only the first bridge tap detected is reported.
The distance to a bridge tap is approximate because multiple reflections from the bridge tap interfere with length measurements. Note Bridge taps more than ft m from the tester or taps less than 16 ft 5 m long may not be
MicroScanner™ Cable Verifier Series