IDEAL NaviTEK NT Plus - network tester kit

Mfg.Part: R151003 | CDW Part: 4671043 | UNSPSC: 43222643
  • Network tester kit
  • United Kingdom
  • United States
  • Europe
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This item was discontinued on January 20, 2019

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IDEAL NaviTEK NT Plus - network tester kit
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  • Network tester kit
  • United Kingdom
  • United States
  • Europe
The NaviTEK NT Plus network tester from IDEAL Networks has a number of time- saving functions to help technicians carry out network troubleshooting and maintenance on both copper and fiber cable even more efficiently.

Compact and handheld, NaviTEK NT network testers are designed to help technicians quickly pinpoint and solve issues and offer fast detection of link and IP information, as well as the ability to detect services like ISDN, POTS and Power over Ethernet.

To make initial testing quicker and simpler, there is a mode selection on the start screen allowing users to easily choose between Auto-detect, Cable, Switch and Network, reducing auto detection time by up to 13 seconds. The discovery time for port identification after plugging into a network takes a maximum of 5 seconds, increasing productivity significantly particularly during testing.

In addition, the time taken for the NetScan function (which detects number of connected devices in the network sorted by IP and MAC address) is significantly reduced, boosting on site troubleshooting efficiency. NetScan can now be done in under 4 seconds when using IPv4.

The NaviTEK NT indicates a Pass or Fail when testing fiber cabling. Clear color coded on screen indications of Pass (Green) and Fail (Red) help technicians judge optical Rx power level more easily, as well as eliminating any guess work for technicians with limited knowledge of optical levels. The Pass/Fail threshold simply needs to be defined by the user in Setup from the main network test screen.

Also among the user-friendly features, in instances where switches are configured to deny any unapproved devices, the NaviTEK NT displays LLDP/CDP port information when connected due to its passive testing mode. Furthermore, when the Bandwidth Utilization graph is used, the vertical scale is now dynamic. This makes it much easier for technicians to interpret the graph when very low traffic is detected. For example, if only 0.5% of the port rate is utilized the graph still will zoom in to show the bandwidth data.

Whether troubleshooting is being conducted on copper or fiber optic cabling, once testing is complete the IDEAL AnyWARE app can be used to transfer test reports to any Android or Apple mobile device. As well as saving time, this allows IT technicians to share test reports with colleagues or project managers via email or file sharing app, resulting in greater collaboration, more on-time job completions and reduced costs.