• New Delhi, India
  • 011-4161 5459
  • info@khushicomms.com
Metro Cable: Cable Tester
You are here: Home \ Metro Cable: Cable Tester

Metro Cable: Cable Tester

Metro-Cable-front-MID

Metro.Cable is a customizable time-domain reflectometer (TDR) to characterize and locate faults in metallic cables of any nature (i.e. untwisted lines, twisted pair wire, coaxial cable, non-standard bundle, etc.). It can also be used to locate discontinuities, bandwidth, FEXT, or any other impairment in the electrical path. It has two default interfaces BNC and RJ45 for coaxial cables and Ethernet cables, while the third interface can be adapted to any demand to satisfy the necessity of fault location in non-standard cables.

Transmission Cables

Metro.Cable has native interfaces for the most popular cables used in telecoms,coaxial & twisted pairs, that are connected to the board by means of BNC and RJ45 conectors. Field engineers can test installations for Ethernet, E1/PDH/SDH, TV, radio and more.

Power Cables

Metro.Cable can also satisfy the need of testing special cables made of two, three or any number of conductors. In order to make it possible Metro cable uses two adapters: the Near-end and the Far-end Active Loop that facilitate the selection of each pair and the generation of special test signals.

Near-end adapter

Near-end adapter is a switching matrix that allow the selection of any pair of conductors to execute the TDR test.

Far-end Active Loop adapter

Far-end adapter communicated with an independent media with the Metro.Cable board can open/close any two circuits, generate a tone or a special impedance.

Applications

Ether-Genius-Sys

  • Ethernet LAN
  • E1 / ISDN installation
  • Antennas cables
  • Avionic cables & circuits
  • Special and non-standard cables
  • Telecontrol circuits
  • Power lines

Benefits

  • Transmission and Power cables in one unit
  • Custom TDR for special cables
  • User friendly GUI
  • Touch screen, mouse and remote control

Ether-Genius-Net

Users

  • Telecom engineers
  • Avionics engineers
  • Troubleshooters