Cable Identifier™ Combo Pack


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Product Overview

The original Cable Identifier is available exclusively at It is a time saving tool that can cut down time wasted on locating cables on a patch panel by eliminating the need to tone & probe and the "bleed over" mistakes with tone. Simply load the patch panel with Cable Identifier LEDs then plug the power supply into keystone jacks throughout a newly installed job site.

The more efficient way to identify cables on a patch panel is's original product: The Cable Identifier™. The Cable Identifier is plugged into a jack and sends out a signal. Instead of using a toner and checking every port one by one for a tone on the opposite end, where all the cables have already been punched down onto a patch panel, RJ45 LEDs are plugged into every port on the panel. The correlating port on the panel will light up immediately letting the technician know in a second which cable he is toning. The note can be made on a floor plan each face plate can be properly labeled at each location. The Cable Identifier makes identifying and labeling cables so time efficient and easy that even the most novice cabler or technician could easily utilize it on a job site to save time, therefore saving money.

Eliminate the need to tone & probe

  • Eliminate "bleed over" mistakes common with tone and probe
  • Locate the correct port accurately and quickly
  • Save money and time by purchasing this LED lights and Cable Identifier combo together right now
  • Operates on two AA batteries (not included)
  • See the video below for a tutorial

The combo pack comes with 24 LEDs and one power supply

*Patent Pending





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  • 4
    Overall a great product

    Posted by Anthony Costanzi on Dec 10th 2021

    I have been using this product for about a week now. I love the ability to look at multiple ports at once. The only 2 issues I have is the batery pack is a male end but not female, and the LED will not light if the wires are reversed. Overall though, the kit works amazingly

  • 5

    Posted by Derek Ulibarii on Feb 22nd 2021

    This saved us so much time identifying ports after moving a communications room. Great tool

  • 5
    Quick Work on a Recent Project

    Posted by Andre T Miller on Nov 28th 2020

    This was so fast to identify and label and test each port in a recent install. Huge bang for the buck when you take worth in your time. Great Product!

  • 4
    Cable Identifier

    Posted by Rick Harris on Jun 5th 2020

    I think this would work fine. My budget certainly felt the cost. I wish it had a couple of amenities like built in jack to test leds, on/off battery indicator. This was my first time purchasing. I just hope it lasts so I can get my ROI.

  • 5

    Posted by on Jan 2nd 2020

    Very awesome product.

  • 4
    Time Saver

    Posted by on Apr 6th 2019

    While working a remodel at a large department store I used this product and it saved a ton of time. Pluge the tips in the panel and ID is really easy. Would have been 5 stars if there were some sort of carrying pouch included.

  • 5
    Works Perfectly

    Posted by Peter Blake on Jun 23rd 2018

    Tried if for the first time on Friday ! Worked perfectly . I was able to label all ports in under 5 minutes . One outlet didn’t light . I replaced the jack, lit up like a Christmas tree! I even recommended it to the Network admin on site !

  • 5
    Cable Identifier Combo Pack

    Posted by Melvin R. Hatfield on May 28th 2018

    I'm a networking student, after viewing your demo video, I mentioned it to my instructors. I believe this is a time saving product, it's NOT a replacement for circuit certification, but a time saving item. Toning a circuit is not a fool proof method. With the Cable Identifier you have a great point-to-point testing tool.

  • 5
    Cable Identifier Combo Pack

    Posted by Sheryl on Sep 13th 2017

    This was so much easier than using a tone generator and finder. On my last job it took no time to test each jack. I terminated my network closet cables to keystones and used a keystone snap-in block. This made it easy to arrange the keystones in order by room. I can't believe I waited so long to get this, even after seeing it on the video. Using it was believing.