TDRL-912 Telecom Cable Fault Locator

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Cable Fault Locator for Telecom Cables to measure the exact fault location such as the broken line, cross faults, earthing, poor insulation, and poor contact of the lead covered telecom cables as well as plastic telecom cables.

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NEW LAUNCH!

The Metravi TDRL-912 Cable Fault Locator is especially designed for Telecom Cables and can measure the exact fault location such as the broken line, cross faults, earthing, poor insulation, and poor contact of the lead covered telecom cables as well as plastic telecom cables.

The highlights for this locator are that it can test number of typical faults, features are as follow:

  • Digital Gain Adjustment Control to make the gain adjustment very easy.
  • Digital Waveform Automatic Identification technique to make sure there is no test dead zone.
  • Top-grade ARM single chip micro-computer enables calculations and judge fault waveforms accurately.
  • Large colourful LCD display; easy and simple to use.
  • High-energy Li-ion battery, provides continuous working capacity for 10 hours (with special charger).

 

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  • Digital Gain Adjustment Control: to make the gain adjustment very easy.
  • Digital Waveform Automatic Identification technique: to make sure there is no test dead zone.
  • Top-grade ARM single chip micro-computer: enables calculations and judge fault waveforms accurately.
  • Display: Large colourful LCD, easy and simple to use.
  • Power: High-energy Li-ion battery, provides continuous
  • Working Capacity: for 10 hours (post full charge)
  • Max range: 8 kms (16kms/32kms are optional)
  • Highest resolution: 1m
  • Dead Zone: 0m
  • Power consumption: 1W
  • Package includes: Fault Locator, 2 Test Lines, Charger, Carrying Bag, User Manual, CD with Software & U-Disk (only for USB function)

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