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Cable Test and Fault Location
We have many years of experience supplying instrumentation for cable test and fault location, for Telecom, LV, and HV cable systems. Our engineers have the skills to recommend suitable equipment for your needs, and offer bespoke training using your existing kit or kit supplied by us, or we can offer generic fault location training.
TX916, the new improved Loop-a-Line for efficient telephone installation and repair. Identify pairs, control test conditions remotely.
The TX916 is ideal for new service installations and repairs. Cable faults will be found faster and service restored more quickly with the TX916 in the technician’s tool kit.
Using the Probe, identify the pair and control the line termination at the Oscillator to obtain:
Connect Service through
600 Ohm quiet line
Pair short circuit detection
ELQ30A - 30Mhz Copper Pair Qualifier for broadband services including VDSL, plus TDR and active bridge. Five instruments in one, with special Non-Disturbing test technology for pairs within Vectored Groups. Testing an unqualified pair will not affect operation of the vectored group.
TDR type Elektronika ETDR 10 is a compact full function portable dual channel precision TDR for general fault location and line qualification with a long range to 32km. Features 100 memory storage and PC download, full mode control including one for intermittent faults, and for loaded cables too.
For earth fault location in Signalling, Control and IT systems.
■ Mains filter for direct coupling to live cables up to 660 V
■ Pulsed output current for easier detection test signals
■ Filter for suppressing large interference signals
■ Earth fault location up to 150 kOhm