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The Telebyte Model 4950  standard-based cable emulator designed for testing Single Pair Ethernet (SPE) as defined in IEEE 802.3cg for the 10BASE-T1L PHY.

The Telebyte Model 4950 offers the world’s first standard-based cable emulator designed for testing Single Pair Ethernet (SPE) as defined in IEEE 802.3cg for the 10BASE-T1L PHY.

Telebyte Model 4975 SPE Noise Generator & Analyzer for testing Single Pair Ethernet (SPE), including PoDL.

The Telebyte Model 4975 SPE Noise Generator & Analyzer is a multi-function test instrument designed specifically for testing Single Pair Ethernet (SPE). This specialized instrument can be used to test a wide range of applications and features such as noise generation (including background and impulsive noise), noise capture to replicate field environments in the lab, Power Spectral Density (PSD) measurements, Transmitter clock frequency and jitter measurements, Voltage and PoDL measurements and more.

Telebyte Model 600 Series switches for automation of 10BASE-T1L device testing, including PoDL.

The Telebyte Model 600 Switching Matrix Series allows users to switch multiple groups of 10BASE-T1L Single Pair Ethernet (SPE) source-to-load devices such as Ethernet APL Power Switches and APL Ethernet Powered Devices into the test environment. Supports Power over DataLine (PoDL) Classes 10-15 for 10BASE-T1L, Single Pair Ethernet (SPE) test beds with trunk-to-spur, trunk-to-trunk, or spur-to-spur testing. Save time with automated testing of twisted pair, 2-wire Single Pair Ethernet for simple field connection, 10Mbps Data Rate with full duplex communication with test trunk lengths up to 1100m, and spurs up to 150m.

Telebyte Model 4960 emulates eight channels of two-wire spur cable segments between a 10Base-T1L field Power Switch and field Powered Devices (PD). Used for Single Pair Ethernet (SPE) PHY testing.

The Telebyte Model 4960 emulates eight channels of two-wire spur cable segments (of under 200m) between a 10Base-T1L field Power Switch and field Powered Devices (PD) that draw power from the switch to operate and communicate. The passive design features a very low noise floor – providing realistic, repeatable Single Pair Ethernet (SPE) test results for field switches and powered devices.