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Real-time secure access and monitoring with USR Network TAPs.

USRobotics' new Copper Taps and Fiber Taps provide a reliable solution for 24x7 capturing of full-duplex Ethernet links. USR taps are totally passive, non-intrusive and invisible to the network making them ideal for real-time monitoring of traffic between critical network devices such as switches, routers and firewalls. Permanent installations eliminate need for continual network interruptions after installation. The fault tolerant design will help ensure that network performance and integrity will not be affected by power loss. In addition, Copper Aggregating Taps capture full-duplex Ethernet links in a combined single stream of data, offer dual monitoring ports for multiple analyzers, but has the optoin for half duplex for dual input monitors. 

Copper Taps

10/100/1000 Copper Aggregation Tap

Fiber Taps

10 Gigabit SR/SX Multimode Fiber Tap
50 Micron 50/50

10 Gigabit LR/LX Singlemode Fiber Tap
9 Micron 50/50

Aggregating Taps

10/100/1000 Copper Aggregation Tap

Passive, Inline Network Taps

Measuring heavy network traffic loads like VoIP, video conferencing and security analyzing and probing requires safe, reliable tools to help get the job done. USRobotics' passive inline taps are rock solid and trustworthy - meaning better productivity, lower operation costs with peace of mind from a brand you trust.

USRobotics offers a variety of Network taps including the Copper 10/100/1000 Aggregating Tap provide solutions for IT security needs. Fiber taps are also available for 10/1 Gig networks in single mode and multimode models.