Today’s networks are in a constant state of evolution. Infrastructure expansion plus deployment of new technologies provides ongoing challenges for network technicians. With the right tool, you can get issues solved faster and with less frustration. Fluke Networks’ family of portable network testers and analyzers were designed to do just that. Moves, adds and changes as well as complex troubleshooting tasks are sped up with the use of these testers and analyzers. Take these tools anywhere, anytime, to isolate any problem… fast. Our interactive selection guide will help you determine which solution is best for you.
EtherScope™ Series II Network Assistant
Frontline technicians and installers rely on the portable EtherScope Series II Network Assistant. Whether it's completing a project on time or resolving trouble tickets quickly, the EtherScope Analyzer assists with each element of the LAN and Wi-Fi installation and maintenance workflow, solving a wide range of problems – 10, 100 and Gigabit, twisted pair and optical fiber, LAN or wireless LAN.
AirCheck™ Wi-Fi Tester
An intuitive, handheld Wi-Fi tester that allows users to quickly verify and troubleshoot 802.11 a/b/g/n network availability, connectivity, and security settings all in a dedicated, handheld tool.
NetTool™ Series II Inline Network Tester
Isolate and document network device and application connectivity issues in seconds with NetProve diagnostics. Connect inline to see network traffic and solve VoIP and PoE problems.
CableIQ™ Qualification Tester
The first qualification tool designed for network technicians to troubleshoot connectivity problems and qualify cabling bandwidth. Detects speed/duplex settings of attached switches and PCs.
LinkRunner™ Pro & Duo Network Multimeter
Quick network connectivity and cabling answers for the frontline technician on today's copper and fiber Gigabit Ethernet, PoE, and 802.1X networks.
LinkRunner™ Network Multimeter
Quickly verify and troubleshoot network drops with the essential personal tool. View link, speed, duplex, cable length, PC NIC response and ping key devices.