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SoundTools DMX Sniffer/Sender Remote End Cable Tester

BH #SOSSDMX • MFR #SSDMX
SoundTools DMX Sniffer/Sender Remote End Cable Tester
Key Features
  • Test Cables Remotely
  • Uses 3 LED Lights
  • Advanced Cable Diagnostics
  • Tests Snakes in Seconds
The DMX Sniffer/Sender from SoundTools is a remote end DMX cable tester with a Sniffer unit that reads the status of the cable and a Sender unit as the power source. It can be used to test snake lines and cables when the ends are at a distance in live and rehearsal applications. Utilizing phantom power, the Sniffer end tests snake lines in minutes and displays a readout of 3 simple LEDs with the diagnosis of your cable. The DMX Sniffer/Sender tests for every possible short-circuit, open, or cross wire in DMX cables. If the LEDs read all green, your cable will work.
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SoundTools SSDMX Overview

The DMX Sniffer/Sender from SoundTools is a remote end DMX cable tester with a Sniffer unit that reads the status of the cable and a Sender unit as the power source. It can be used to test snake lines and cables when the ends are at a distance in live and rehearsal applications. Utilizing phantom power, the Sniffer end tests snake lines in minutes and displays a readout of 3 simple LEDs with the diagnosis of your cable. The DMX Sniffer/Sender tests for every possible short-circuit, open, or cross wire in DMX cables. If the LEDs read all green, your cable will work.

Test cables remotely without bringing ends together
Instant advanced cable diagnostics
Rugged aluminum housing
Test audio snakes in seconds using phantom power
UPC: 793936929407

SoundTools SSDMX Specs

Connector TypeDMX
Material of ConstructionRugged Aluminum Housing
DimensionsNot Specified by Manufacturer
WeightNot Specified by Manufacturer
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.31 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)4.4 x 2.9 x 1.6"

SoundTools SSDMX Reviews

It's effortless!

By Adam Robert
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-12-23

There's no excuse to NOT test installed cable anymore. The LED lights show a constant reading of continuity. If there are any faults, the LED codes instantly determine what needs correction. If there's any intermittency, the LEDs catch that, too, with a flickering status.

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