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Teleflex SX/VX


Teleflex SX/VX
  •  ARMslide technology with 15 traces in one ARM shot
  •  ProRange for optimised display of distant details
  •  Support of all existing prelocation technologies
  •  Automatic adjustment and display of cable end and fault
  •  Compatible with all fault location systems

With the Teleflex SX the excellent properties of the successful Teleflex VX were transferred into a smaller, handy and portable design. The Teleflex SX is operated by the new touchscreen and the well proven control knob functionality. The interface is shown on a sharp and very bright 10.4 display.

The Teleflex SX is specially adapted to the fast events during fault location in power cables. The easyGO operation is reduced to the important and essential steps and operates almost automatically.

The Teleflex VX measuring hardware and display are separated, and communicate via Ethernet. This allows easy integration into a fault location system.


Handheld TDR

  •  Simple operation
  •  AUTO set up for instant use
  •  Ultra fast pulse for near end fault identification
  •  Trace HOLD feature to allow comparison between cables
  •  IP54 rating offers real life working
  •  Designed for use on all metallic cable pairs

The TDR1000/3P is a compact, hand held Time Domain Reflectometer for locating faults on metallic cables. It has a minimum resolution of 0.1 m and a 5 km maximum range depending on velocity factor selected and cable type.

Four output impedances are available (25, 50, 75, and 100 Ω) and a velocity factor between 0.2 and 0.99 will meet any cable test requirements

The TDR1000 has a simple selection option which together with a 4 way control switch offers an intuitive operation for the user.




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