Platinum Tools VDV MapMaster2.0™ Test Kit
The VDV MapMaster 2.0™ combines continuity testing, mapping, tone generation and length measurement functions in a single tester. This kit includes the tester and all the accessories required for voice, data and video testing & mapping in the field. It's packaged in a rugged double-walled, blow-molded case with custom cut out, high density EVA foam to help protect your equipment for years to come.
- VDV MapMaster 2.0 with detachable Master Remote
- RJ45 #1-12 Remote ID Set (ID Mapping only)
- Coax F #1-8 Remote ID Set (ID Mapping only)
- RJ45 Port Saver
- RJ45 to Alligator Clips Cable
- No-Fault Cable
- F Female to F Female Adapter
- BNC Female to F Female Adapter
- BNC Female to F Male Adapter
- 9V Battery
- Instruction Manual
- Case with Foam Insert
- For troubleshooting, identifying and mapping multiple data cables use T139 Smart Remotes (sold separately)
An SG Installations product equals well made, which is why we sell only the finest brands. Platinum Tools is one the best US-based manufacturers of Network accessories, and we are proud to be their authorized dealer.
Platinum Tools is a manufacturer in Ventura County, California. Since 1997, it has specialized in the creation of outstanding products to make perfect installation and termination of wire and cable simple. From tools like crimpers and strippers, to patch panels and cable management systems – and even the bags in which they can be carried – Platinum Tools has been a go-to supplier for industry professionals.
One of the qualities that sets the company apart is its focus on producing the best products in the most efficient manner possible. This means Platinum Tools is able to design functional and solid wiring and cabling solutions which are as good as those of its competitors, but often priced much lower.
Good examples are the Platinum Tools lines of RJ12/11 and RJ45 connectors, which are so different than other connectors on the market that their design has been patented. Installers can insert wires right through the connectors and out the front end, so they can verify that the wires are properly placed before they’re terminated.