Siemon Remote Office ID Plugs

Mfg. Part: STM8-R3 | CDW Part: 409276
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  • Siemon Kit of Remotes B
  • C and D
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  • Siemon Kit of Remotes B
  • C and D
Improved voltage protection and sheild test capability

The STM-8 is an economical and versatile hand-held tester. It is capable of testing 1m (3 ft.) to 900m (2,950 ft.) of 1-, 2-, 3- or 4-pair UTP cable for opens, shorts, reversals, miswires and split pairs (ScTP version also available). The rugged state-of-the-art construction, easy-to-read LCD display, and multiple remotes allow one person to quickly test and identify up to four different cable runs from one location. The STM-8 can generate tone on any pin and, in TALK BAT mode, will enable communications by applying talk battery voltage between the center two pins.

The STM-8 tests T568A, T568B, USOC, 10BASE-T, Token Ring, and TP-PMD wiring configurations. Each of the LCD segments represents a modular connector pin location. In FIND mode, the unit will detect and identify which wiring scheme is present in the cable being tested. Voltage protection enables the tester to withstand typical telephone line voltages. A low battery indication is provided, as well as an automatic shut-off feature to extend battery life.

The STM-8 consists of a hand-held master unit and a remote. The kit comes packaged in a padded nylon carrying case with one identifiable remote, two modular test cords, The Siemon Company’s Wiring Reference Guide, instruction book, warranty card and a 9V alkaline battery. The modular cords are equipped with patented “Universal” plugs which fit into any standard 6- or 8-position modular jack. Additional remotes can be purchased separately or as a kit for multiple channel testing. Each of the four remotes are individually identified by the master unit.

Additional identifiable remotes
Kit of remotes B, C and D
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