IDEAL Networks will exhibit at GITEX from October 14–18 in Dubai to present recent enhancements to its wide range of network, data cable and IP CCTV testers.
A team of experts will be available at stand Z3-A34 in Zabeel Hall to discuss and demonstrate several key IDEAL Networks products, which have all either been newly launched or recently updated to provide intuitive and flexible test solutions for cable installers, network technicians and systems integrators.
The show will be one of the first opportunities to see the new range of touchscreen network and data cable testers from IDEAL Networks. NaviTEK NT Plus and Pro network troubleshooters, SignalTEK CT data cable transmission testers and SignalTEK NT network transmission testers are all now available with an LCD capacitive touchscreen as standard to enable fast and responsive data input which helps save time and increase efficiency on every job.
The new SecuriTEST IP CCTV tester, an installation and troubleshooting tester for digital/IP, HD coax and analog CCTV camera systems designed to increase productivity, will also be on show. The handheld device is multi-function, so technicians do not need to take varied equipment to each installation or maintenance job. It connects quickly to cameras via in-build RJ-45, Wi-Fi and BNC ports and features a 7-in. hi-res touchscreen and simple to use functions, so even on complex jobs only a single tester is needed.
In addition, IDEAL Networks will present the latest upgrades to the popular LanTEK III cable certifier. To support fast and straightforward cable certification for busy cable installers, the tester has been upgraded with a new Quick Setup feature which enables almost all configuration and testing to be performed on just one intuitive screen.
The software for LanTEK III has also recently been updated to help installers certify Modular Plug Terminated Links (MPTLs) using their existing cat 6A Permanent Link and Channel Adapters. This provides a flexible solution for installers using cat 6A cable for wireless access points, AV equipment and CCTV cameras, where MPTLs are likely to be used.