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Signal Transmitter for LED Panels

The Light Identification Patch Panel system, includes LED’s embedded above each Panel port, allowing you to identify ports and troubleshoot your network.


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Product Description

Signal Transmitter for LED Panels

With two people, identifying ports can become difficult. Once the Signal Transmitter is connected, the Patch Panel LED is dual color. A RED light on indicates the port is connected to a network device. A GREEN light indicates the port is not connected to any network device. No light at all indicates an open circuit between wall plate and Patch Panel.

To troubleshoot a port:

  1. Go to the wall plate
  2. Plug in the signal transmitter with a patch cable
  3. Select either continuous or blink mode
  4. Go back to the Patch Panel and find your port which will now be illuminated
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