1205CXB Cable analyzer/fault finder - Coming Soon
TDR Time Domain Reflectometer / Network Analysis / Cable Test
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Ensuring your customers stay connected to your network is your number one priority. The 1205CXB TDR is the perfect tool to pinpoint copper cable faults - quickly, easily and accurately.
Radiodetection has created the 1205CXB Metallic Cable Analyzer TDR to make finding cable faults quick and easy.
The ultra-clean, low noise signal in tandem with the large color display combine with having all the TDR controls on-screen, at your fingertips, to provide one of the easiest to use instruments in the industry.
All TDR functions available at the top level, no additional screens or menus to search through
Quick and effective tool for new and experienced users alike
Minimizes training, reducing time and costs
Spot cable issues clearly without having to hunt through the noise
Let the 1205CXB find the faults for you
You can set the threshold of the seriousness of the problem for the 1205CXB to find
Two independent cursors - the distance between cursors is automatically calculated as their placement changes giving straightforward positioning of problems
Eliminates the need to calculate impedance changes in a cable visually and/or manually, saving you time finding the most serious faults
Advanced connectivity USB port, making it easy to view and export your data, and to charge the battery
Choose whether to save waveforms to USB memory stick or to on-board memory
On-board storage location can be short-term, volatile RAM, or permanent Flash memory
Save your waveforms to USB stick as bmp image files or as btr files, that are compatible with Radiodetection’s easily configurable WaveView™ PC software, or both, to provide multiple options for your reports, work orders etc
Examine and interpret on-site waveforms in unprecedented detail
Generate reports for your client and office.
Pan and zoom to scrutinize every detail of the waveform to pinpoint and diagnose cable faults
Add notes, assess Return Loss (dBRL) figures and even correct mistakes such as VOP errors made on site