Cable Tester Master Ns-468 Manual
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If it is successful, go to the Master controller and it will light green for all selected. Move the switch to the remote and repeat the test with the same cable. If the lights are green now on Master controller and on remote, it is verified correct. If the lights are green on the Master controller and not on remote, it is verified wrong. A mismatch in the sequence usually indicates a faulty remote or the wrong cable.
For a CAT 5e cable, which can be all 8 pairs (4 pairs for 568A and 4 pairs for 568B) be verified by the same test, but you need to switch to OFF with the master first, and then move to the remote. This does not matter if you are testing one cable or more than one. When testing, the remote should light up only the selected number, green for all selected.
If the remote side is not green, it is not a CAT 5e, but you need to verify if the remote is working or not. If you have no remote, use your phone to call the other end and make sure it is not broken. Remember to check the cables and the connectors before calling the other side, because if you call a wrong cable (it is not the same one being tested), you will waste a lot of time trying to debug the cable. If the remote is working, follow the next steps.
I believe that the tester is not interpreting the pinout that you are seeing. Your cable has 8 pairs of wires in it, but you only plugged one pair into it. There is nothing wrong with your tester. If the cable is plugged into the back of the switch, not the back of the tester, then the light on the tester should be dead.
I figured out that it was the G pin and that when I plugged in the cable backwards it would always light up the G pin. I am not sure if this is a problem with my tester or your cable. The way that you described it to me seemed to indicate that there was something wrong with the tester.
I have an old tester like yours, and I use it all the time. I do have a slight problem with my cables. When I plug them into the tester I have to plug in the green wire first. If I plug the wires in backwards, the light goes out on the tester. I can plug them in backwards or forwards, but I have to plug them in this way.
I have a tester that I have used for over 7 years, and it has worked flawlessly for me. The connection pinout is:1. Ground2. Green3. Blue4. Red5. Yellow6. Orange7. White (actually this one is not lit on mine)8. Black9. White (really not lit on mine)10. Red (lit)11. Yellow12. Orange13. Blue14. Green15. Black16. White (again, not lit on mine) 827ec27edc