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Networking Cirris Testers

Networking Cirris Testers

Does connecting Cirris testers to a computer network mean they’re networked?

The answer to this question is “Yes” and “Not quite.” Basic computer networking is a collection of two or more computers interconnected for the purpose of sharing information. A Cirris tester connected to a computer network can share some information on the network; however, this step alone does not allow Cirris testers to share all information directly with each other. In order to do this, Cirris’ networking software (‘Networking Made Easy Software‘ or ‘Cirris Server Software) is required.

Which Testers can be Networked?

Testers That Can Be Networked

Testers That Cannot Be Networked

Suggested Relacements Models For Networking

Signature Touch 1/Touch 1 Ultra

Signature 1000LC, 1000M, 2000

1100-R+

Signature 1100-R+ /1100-H+

Signature 500

N/A

easy-wire CR/CH+/CH2

Signature 1000R+, 1000RX

1100-R+

Easy-Touch®

Signature 1000-HX

1100-H+

Pin-Sight

N/A

N/A