Cable Fault Locators: Use time domain reflectometry to locate signal loss or a Murray loop bridge.

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  • Secondary Cable Fault Locators

    Company: Aqua-Tronics

    When pulsing a line to establish a fault, the EG-3000 applies only the breakdown voltage needed. Just as important, once the breakdown or flash to ground is achieved, the voltage is automatically reduced to the minimum amount needed to keep the fault alive and the fault current is increased. Up to 2.2 amps is available to locate through asphalt and concrete or dry sand and soil. Try that with an AC type fault locator.

  • Cable Fault Locators

    Company: Haefely Hiptronics

    HAEFELY HIPOTRONICS offers a full range of cable fault locators that integrate the industry’s most accurate time domain reflectometer (TDR) technology and the most power and reliable high voltage capacitive discharge (thumper) sources. This allows the user to quickly pre-locate a cable fault’s location and be able to hear or feel the thump easily when pinpointing its exact location.

  • Cable Fault Locators

    Company: Fiberinthebox

    Cable Fault Locator is a device used for short circuit faults, cable cuts, resistive faults, intermittent faults, and sheath faults. Fiberinthebox supply cable fault locator for power cable, optical fiberal cable, etc. Fault Location in Power Cable is designed to locate cable faults, pinpointing the fault location, route tracing, cable identification, voltage withstand test and cable information management. It can locate all kinds of cable faults for all voltage level cables, including open circuit, short circuit, low insulation, high insulation and flashover faults, etc. Most power cables were buried underground, invisible, and out of reach, with modern new power cable fault locater, it can find the fault point quickly, solve problems immediately and restore power supply.

  • Cable Fault Locators

    Company: AGM Elettronica

    Short circuit locator designed for fault location in metallic cables. The instrument measures the ratio of the resistances of the two sections of failed conductor using a four-wire "Kelvin" connection, thus eliminating errors associated with contact resistances of the test leads. With the A694 you can determine if the cable has more than a short and locate the first and the last fault. The instrument locates fault with an insulation resistance up to 5 Mohms in cables that have a total resistance greater than 0.1 ohm and less than 40 kohms. The distance to fault is measured as a percentage of the total length of cable and is displayed on a large LCD display.

  • Primary Cable Fault Locators

    Company: Aqua-Tronics

    Low Cost mini fault detector senses magnetic wave from thumper and brightly locates location. Walk the cable route to "see" thumper signal pass; general location of fault is indicated where signal falls off. LED bar graph shows clearly in the dark. One hand operation with M.O.M. slung from neck; single control operation.

  • CDS Series - Powerful Cable Fault Locators

    Company: High Voltage

    The CDS Series (Controlled Energy Capacitor Discharge Systems) includes some of the most powerful and full featured fault locators available, including the industry’s top network systems thumper.

  • Cable Fault Locators

    Company: Clinton Instrument

    Clinton now offers a new digital cable fault locator design that automates cable fault detection, greatly reducing the time and training required to find these problems. Opens, metallic shorts, or high voltage shorts between conductors or between conductor and shield are pinpointed quickly and with ease. The failure can then be cut out or repaired and the remaining good product salvaged, resulting in great savings to the producer.

  • CF70 Series - Cable Fault Locators rated up to 70 kV

    Company: Hipotronics Incorporated

    Hipotronics CF Series testing systems for fault locating of primary cables consist of a dc proof tester, a burner and a capacitive discharge fault locator (thumper). These self-contained, portable units are rugged, reliable and compact.

  • HVC4000 SERIES - HIGH VOLTAGE TDR COUPLERS

    Company: Hipotronics Incorporated

    The 4000 Series of high voltage TDR couplers allow modern cable fault locators (thumpers) to be used in conjunction with advanced TDR's. The HVC series is uniquely suitable for use with cable fault locators with voltage ratings up to 70kV. When connected to a cable fault locator and a TDR, the coupler enables the operator to reduce his "thumping" and reduce the chances of potential damage by extended duration "thumping". The HVC series allow for the use of the latest methods of fault location and also allow the operator to use a TDR mode that is most suitable for the cable that has failed. The HVC series also allows for quick connection of a low voltage TDR.

  • Cable Route Tracing and Identification

    Company: Megger Group Ltd

    Cable pinpointers and fault locators from Megger make the process of cable route tracing and identification quicker and more accurate. These pinpointing systems are portable for everyday fieldwork and provide services from power and telecoms to water, rail and gas utilities. HV and LV buried cables can be traced to a depth of up to 5m.

  • VFL-16 - Visual Fault Locator

    Company: Shanghai Fibretool

    Fault Locators are a special class of light soures that emit a high intensity visible Red Laser into a patch cord or cable. This light can be used to both check the continuity of a fiber and identify the fiber’s far end, or it can be used to visually identify the location of a fiber break. Most Fault Locators come optimized for singlemode fiber use; however they worke equally as well with multimode fiber.

  • 8880 - Cable / Pipe / Directional Fault Finder

    Company: Rycom Instruments

    The 8880-DFF cable, pipe, and directional fault finder offers utility locators three active frequencies -- 815 Hz, 8 kHz, and 82 kHz -- ensuring adequate signal is applied to buried utilities in any environment. Multiple active frequencies allow the user to accurately locate with a minimum of "ghosting" to adjacent lines while maintaining the ability continue locating past faults and around conduit bends.

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