Specify the cable you wish to load by selecting the Category, and then typing the Name or Description. As you enter characters, the list below is reduced to show only names starting with the characters you've typed. At any time, you may scroll into the list to make your selection, or wait until only a single cable name is shown. The first 20 characters of the cable's descriptive notes are shown on the right. (more text below)
If you have an unlabeled (unknown) cable, measure it with your CableEye tester and then search the database for a match to its wiring. When a match is found, you will see the cable's part number and descriptive notes for immediate identification.
We were first introduced to CableEye testers many years ago by one of our clients. To say the least, CableEye equipment is impressive. CAMI has made this equipment small, efficient, easy to use, and amazingly cost effective. A few months ago, we acquired a CableEye M2 system with an expansion unit, and to say it has made our lives easier would be an understatement. Being without a CableEye system in-house is simply not an option. In addition to testing new cables, this system makes identifying existing cables a breeze. Once you have analyzed your existing cables and stored the results, you just put any cable you want on the tester, and the unknown cable is immediately matched to the database.
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If a match is not found, repeat the search with less stringent conditions until a similar cable type is found.
The CableEye database engine was developed by CAMI Research especially for managing cable files. Because it is indexed, searches proceed very quickly (typically less than 0.2 seconds). Only the size of your hard disk limits the number of cables that can be stored.