Test telephones, cable tracers, fusion splicers, fiber optics equipment, fiber cleaning tools, AC/DC sources, AC/DC loads, LED testers, Battery testers, electromagnetic field monitoring equipment, radio monitoring equipment, digital signal processing equipment, spectrum analyzers, time-domain reflectometers (TDR), optical time-domain reflectometers (OTDR), modular devices with wide range of modules.
Test telephones for work with telecommunication networks, ADSL, VDSL etc.
Cable tracers, wire tracers, pipe searching equipment for tracing pipings, cable pipings, sewages etc.
New generation test platforms for different kinds of network testing
Time Domain Reflectometers (TDR) for copper and power networks
The duct sonde family includes a whole range of robust, water tight and powerful transmitter sonds to be used from fiber optic micro ducts to sewers. Sonde diameters are 6.4mm, 9mm and 18mm and tracing frequencies 10kHz, 33kHz and 512Hz. Accessories include push rods and adapters to different thread sizes. Video shows typical tracing depth for the sonds.
Comparison table of Vesala duct sondes. Indicated range is typical tracing distance with Vesala CL43 receiver. Maximum range is longer.
|Model||Diameter||Frequency||Signal||Range in the air||Range in cast iron duct||IP/IK code||Battery type||Battery life||Optional battery compartment|
|MPL4-33||4.6 mm||33 kHz||Continuous||2.3 m||0 m||IP67/IK02||BR425 or CR425||9 h|
|MPL6-10||6.4 mm||10 kHz||Interrupted||1.2 m||0 m||IP67/IK03||BR425 or CR425||9 h|
|MPL6-33||6.4 mm||33 kHz||Continuous||2.3 m||0 m||IP67/IK03||BR425 or CR425||9 h|
|MPL7-10||7.5 mm||10 kHz||Interrupted||3.3 m||0 m||IP67/IK07||BR535 or CR535||6 h||MPL7-M5|
|MPL7-33||7.5 mm||33 kHz||Continuous||5.1 m||0 m||IP67/IK07||BR535 or CR535||6 h||MPL7-M5|
|MPL9-10||9.0 mm||10 kHz||Interrupted||3.5 m||0 m||IP67/IK07||BR535 or CR535||6 h||MPL9-M5|
|MPL9-33||9.0 mm||33 kHz||Continuous||5.7 m||0 m||IP67/IK07||BR535 or CR535||6 h||MPL9-M5|
|PL18-05||18 mm||512 Hz||Continuous||5.3 m||3.5 m||IP68/IK08||LS14250||8 h||PL18-FM, PL18-M10M|
|PL18-33||18 mm||33 kHz||Continuous||10 m||0 m||IP68/IK08||LS14250||20 h||PL18-FM, PL19-M10M|
|PL42-05||42 mm||512 Hz||Continuous||13 m||8.4 m||IP68/IK08||8 x LR6||5 h|
Equipment for work with fiber optic networks, incl. microscopes, lasers, power meters, cleavers, fiber identifiers, visual fault locators etc.
Fiber and connectors cleaning tools
Personal monitors, worn on the person. The devices monitor the electromagnetic fields and warn of excessive field strengths, e.g. when working on industrial equipment, broadcasting or mobile phone stations, radar installations or other sources of electromagnetic radiation.
Measuring equipment for electromagnetic fields (EMF) for demonstrating safety and environmental compatibility. The devices measure the total electric and/or magnetic field strength and automatically compare it with limit values specified by national and international bodies in standards or directives.
Selective measuring equipment for electromagnetic fields (EMF) for demonstrating safety and environmental compatibility. The devices analyze individual frequency ranges and field exposure levels accurately down to a single communications channel. They also calculate the sum and compare levels with current limit values.
WiFi testers and analyzers
Portable analyzers for detecting, locating and classifying RF signals and interference, ideal for tracing accidental, illegal, or deliberate interference or potentially dangerous signal sources. Remotely controllable analyzers for spectrum monitoring and frequency management.
A spectrum analyzer measures the magnitude of an input signal versus frequency within the full frequency range of the instrument. The primary use is to measure the power of the spectrum of known and unknown signals. The input signal that a spectrum analyzer measures is electrical; however, spectral compositions of other signals, such as acoustic pressure waves and optical light waves, can be considered through the use of an appropriate transducer. Optical spectrum analyzers also exist, which use direct optical techniques such as a monochromator to make measurements.
Other locators, like drill point locator, EMS markers locator etc.
Products for demonstrating the electromagnetic compatibility of devices (EMC), i.e. for investigating inadvertent high frequency emissions that can interfere with other equipment as well as the immunity to irradiation that could interfere with a device.
The AE2300 is a high-performance handheld OTDR, designed specifically for installation and maintenance of fiber optics networks. This lightweight and rugged instrument includes a visual fault locator (VFL), enabling the user to quickly locate impairments in the fiber.
ST612 Cable Fault Locator TDR (Time Domain Reflectometer) is affordable and easy-to-use equipment for metallic cables. ST612 can measure fault locations, such as broken lines, cross-connection faults, earth leaks, poor insulation and poor contacts up to 8 km distance. Measurement resolution is 1 meter and dead zone 0 meters.