On February 7, 2018 at 11:19, SammPX said...
I have a Fluke Intellitone Pro 200. Had to return the first one as the wand stopped working. Has two digital settings that are supposed to work better with twisted pair cables and network jacks that are plugged in to live equipment. Has the traditional analog setting, cable mapping and a service setting that will detect live phone or network connections
So far so good, still have my old Progressive 200EP with a metal tip as backup
+1 Yes what I use. It has a digital tone and two settings on the wand a wide one to find the cable in a big bunch and a narrow one to find the exact cable in a smaller bunch. You can also pinpoint breaks along the cable. I also have a Fluke Microscanner which has TDR and can tell you length to a break and has the digital tone that can work with the 200 wand. Very useful. Had a customer put up christmas decorations, stapled the cable and we were able to find the break right away and repair it.