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Teletech is a well-established, Australian company supplying a unique range of telephone cable instruments to the Australian and global markets since 1984. We design, manufacture and service all our products.

These products are supported by strong patents held in 18 major countries and are backed by worldwide strategic alliances. Our manufacturing and services standards are high as reflected in our quality certification. Teletech continues to innovate in telecommunication testing through Research and Development with our skilled engineers and designers.

Did you know? Teletech is the creator of the renowned and reliable Loop a Line, a cable testing instrument integral to all Telco technicians. Please peruse the other quality Services and Instruments we provide.

TX916 Loop-a-Line Kit

TX916, the new improved Loop-a-Line for efficient telephone installation and repair.
The TX916 is ideal for new service installations and repairs. Cable faults will be found faster and service restored more quickly with the TX916 in the technician’s tool kit.
Using the Probe, identify the pair and control the line termination at the oscillator for:
- Open Circuit
- Short Circuit
- Connect Service
- 600 Ω quiet line
- Pair short circuit detection

For quiet line, the termination is 900 Ω in regions where this is the standard network termination.
The new TX916 provides the telecommunications technician with an instrument that cuts repair and installation costs!
The TX916 Loop a Line kit consists of an Oscillator and a Probe unit and two sets of test leads.

A single technician, working alone, can connect the Oscillator to the cable pair at the exchange MDF, street cabinet or distribution point.
The Oscillator starts in the ‘TONE’ mode allowing the technician to identify the pair at the Far End of the Line with the Probe. Extra Oscillators can operate on separate pairs of a cable and are identified by the different tones available.
5 WAYS TO BETTER SERVICE PROVISION
1. Press TONE to identify the cable pair
2. Press OPEN to disconnect the line for Foreign Battery and Insulation Resistance testing
3. Press SHORT to loop the line for loop resistance,Resistance balance and Resistive fault location tests
4. Press CONNECT to restore the service
5. Press 600 Ω Ohm for a quiet line

BENEFITS OF TX916 LOOP a LINE
One technician can work unassisted by using the probe to remotely control an oscillator
Eliminates multiple journeys along the cable path
Six mode selectable switching
Battery level indicator
OSCILLATOR
Battery 9V alkaline IEC6LR61
LED low battery indication.
Short circuit detection, foreign battery reverse polarity on Blue test leads.
Weight and dimensions: 110g, 240mm x 35mm x 25mm


Mode 1: Tone (Pair I/D)Tone output 1kHz-2kHz
Selectable warble (default), continous, two tone beeps repeating and three tone beeps repeating.
Enable/disable buzzer for short circuit and foreign battery reverse polarity detect Max consumption, line pair short circuited and buzzer enabled=8.80mA
(70.5 hours, 580mAh battery)Tone output level into Line +9.1dBm into 600 Ω (Ohm)
Output impedance 600 Ω (Ohm)
Mode 2: Open Circuit
Current consumption approx. 0.75mA
Resistance between terminals > 1G Ω (Ohm)
Max open circuit voltage 500V dc
Line Balance: 54pF (black clip-red clip), 58pF (black clip-ground plane),
72pF (red clip-ground plane)
Mode 3, Mode 4: Short Circuit ( with or without ground )
Current consumption approx. 0.75 mA
Max short circuit current 2A
Resistance between terminals, <0.30 Ω (Ohm)
Mode 5: Connect Exchange
Current consumption approx. 0.75mA
Mode 6: 600 Ω ohm termination
600 Ω ohm cable pair termination, conguration for noise measurement or
900 Ω ohm cable pair termination, conguration for noise measurement.
Current consumption approx. 0.75mA
PROBE
Battery 9V alkaline IEC6LR61
Low battery indication using low frequency beep
Tone receiver, loudspeaker or earphone output (<2000Ω )
High and low tone sensitivity settings
Tone receiver mode automatically powers off after 2 minutes. Max current consumption in tone receiving mode approx. 98mA.
Current consumption in other modes <1uA
Green/Red LED shows exchange connected
Weight and Dimensions: 130g, 200mm x 50mm x 28mm
TX916 Manual - SPANISH (Instruction Manual) application/pdf 0.6 mB
English language version of TX916 operator's Manual
TX916 Operators Manual FRENCH (Instruction Manual) application/pdf 1.1 mB
TX916 Operators Manual GERMAN (Instruction Manual) application/pdf 1.1 mB
TX916 LOOP-a-LINE Gebrauchsanweisung
TX916 Manual (Instruction Manual) application/pdf 1.2 mB
Manual for TX916
TX916 Brochure (Brochure) application/pdf 0.7 mB
Brochure for TX916
A$595.00(excluding GST)
Low in stock

TP901 Antenna Cover Assembly

Replacement for broken or damaged Loop-a-Line (TX916) probe antenna cover.
A$10.00(excluding GST)
In stock

Pack of 5 croc clips

Three black and two red crocodile clips.
Connect these clips to the TX916 leads.
A pack of clips is supplied with each new TX916 kits.
A$20.00(excluding GST)
In stock

RD6000 240 Volt Charger

Power pack for RD6000.
12 volt 3.5 amp
A$85.00(excluding GST)
In stock

RD6000 Bag for Main Unit

RD6000 Black Bag for Main Unit Only without TX910 side bag and TS125 Remote bag. Telstra Serial No:005/134
Bag specifically designed for the Riserbond RD6000 instrument series
Carry strap
Durable material
Washable material
Easy access for RD6000 leads.
290mm x 180mm x 80mm
A$215.00(excluding GST)
In stock

RD6000 Battery

RD6000 DD Battery Pack
7.2v 4.5Ah NiMH
A$100.00(excluding GST)
In stock

RD6000 Blue & Yellow Lead CAT III

RD6000 Lead Line 2 Blue & Yellow CAT III 4mm Banana plugs both ends with one end right angle and with Heatshrink on lead. Includes 2 crocodile clips. Telstra S/I 005/124
A$110.00(excluding GST)
In stock

RD6000 External Charger Lead

Used for RD6000 only. External Power CableTelstra S/N:005/129
A$150.00(excluding GST)
In stock

RD6000 Green Lead CAT III

RD6000 Green Lead CAT III 4mm shrouded plugs both ends with one end right angle. Includes 1 crocodile clips. Telstra S/N:005/125
A$48.00(excluding GST)
In stock

RD6000 Red & Black Lead CAT III

Use for RD6000. Red & Black CAT III 4mm shrouded plugs both ends with one end right angle. Includes 2 crocodile clips. Telstra S/N:005/123
A$110.00(excluding GST)
In stock

S Hook and 19mm key ring

Hook and ring used for Loop-a-Line
A$2.00(excluding GST)
In stock

TM150 Quante 10 pair Line Card

Line card for Quante 10 pair termination connectors
A$400.00(excluding GST)
In stock

TM150 Quante 20 pair Line Card

Line cards for Quante 20 pair termination connectors
A$800.00(excluding GST)
In stock

TM150 R&M 10-pair Line Card

Line Card for R&M 10 pair connectors
A$400.00(excluding GST)
Low in stock

TM150 R&M 16 pair Line Card

Line Card for R&M 16 pair connectors
A$640.00(excluding GST)
Low in stock

TM150 R&M 20 pair Line Card

Line Card for R&M 20 pair connectors
A$800.00(excluding GST)
Low in stock

TP901 Probe Lead

This lead has a right angle plug and is supplied with 2 alligator clips. Telstra Serial/Item 005/00126: Replaced part 900 1469 900.
For use with the Loop-a-Line probe.
A$29.00(excluding GST)
In stock

TP901 Probe Speaker Assembly Spare Part

The speaker assembly for the TX916 Loop-a-Line.
Use as a spare part for the TP901 probe - part of the TX916 Loop-a-Line Kit
A$24.00(excluding GST)
In stock

TP901 Probe without Lead

TP901 Probe without test lead.
Part of the TX916/911 kit.
See TX916 kit for full details on functionality.
Low battery indication using low frequency beep
High and low ( - 6dB ) tone sensitivity settings
Green/Red LED shows exchange connected.
Size:
35mm x 24mm x 245mm
Battery Life >50 hours
A$280.00(excluding GST)
In stock

TS125 Remote Lead Line 1 with 4mm Shrouded Plugs

TX125 Remote Test Lead Line 1 General Purpose. Two Red Leads, Two Blue Leads and One White Lead, all with 4mm Shrouded Plugs and Alligator Clips on one end and 7 pin Hirose connector on other end.
A$104.00(excluding GST)
In stock

TS125 Remote Test Lead Line 2

TX125 Remote Test Lead Line 1 General Purpose. Two Red Leads, Two Blue Leads and One White Lead, and Alligator Clips on one end and 7 pin Hirose connector on other end.
A$50.00(excluding GST)
In stock

TS125 Remote Test Lead Set

TX125 Remote Test Lead Line 1 General Purpose. Two Red Leads, Two Blue Leads and One White Lead, and Alligator Clips on one end and 7 pin Hirose connector on other end.
A$150.00(excluding GST)
Low in stock

TS125 Remote without Test Leads

The TS125 remote is the sender unit of the TX125 Digital Lines Test Set Kit
This remote unit will work with the RD6000 test set.
A$1700.00(excluding GST)
Low in stock

TS916 Oscillator Leads with 4mm Shrouded Plugs

TS900 series General Purpose Test Lead with 4mm shrouded plug connectors.
IEC61010 Cat II 500V.

Telstra Serial/Item 005/00128 (Replaced 900 1468 910)
Alligator clips are included.
Leads for the TS916 Oscillator.
A$104.00(excluding GST)
In stock

TS916 Oscillator with Shrouded Leads and Clips

The TS916 oscillator is used as part of the TX916 Loop-a-Line kit.
The TS916 oscillator is also fully compatible with previous models of Loop-a-Line
A$420.00(excluding GST)
Not in stock

TS916 Oscillator without Lead

The TS916 oscillator is used as part of the TX916 Loop-a-Line kit.
The TS916 oscillator is also fully compatible with previous models of Loop-a-Line
A$370.00(excluding GST)
Not in stock

TS916 Retractable Oscillator Leads and Clips

A$110.00(excluding GST)
In stock

TU150 Controller Kit

The controller kit consists of 2 x Controllers with Batteries, 2 x Long USB cables, 2 x Long Link Cables, 2 x Earth Leads, 1 x Carry Case
A$1000.00(excluding GST)
In stock

TX120A Digital Line Test Set

A multi-function tester for the qualification of copper pairs prior to the installation of high speed digital equipment such as pair gain systems, xDSL and ISDN.
The TX120A consists of three units, the SENDER, the RECEIVER and the PROBE. Each is powered by a 9V alkaline battery and utilises circuitry designed to maximise battery life. In addition, the SENDER can be powered from the 48V exchange battery. Both SENDER and RECEIVER have a two line by sixteen character, alphanumeric LCD display for operator instructions and measurement results.
DC VOLTAGETests (OPEN mode) A-B, A-GND, B-GND
Tests (EXCH CONN mode) A-B
Range / Resolution -400V to +400V / 1V
Input Impedance 200k820Hz
INSERTION LOSS
Range / Resolution 0 to 20dB / 0.1dB
Send Level -10dBm
Impedance 600, TN12 complex 3kHz
INSERTION LOSS
Range / Resolution 0 to 20dB / 0.1dB
Send Level -10dBm
Impedance 600, TN12 complex 40kHz,100kHz, 300kHz INSERTION LOSS
Range / Resolution 0 to 60dB / 0.1dB
Send Level 0dBm
Impedance 120 complex
NOISE
Tests Continuous and peak hold
Range / Resolution -70dBm to -20dBm / 1dB
Weighting 3kHz flat
Detection Quasi-peak
LINE BALANCE (LONGITUDINAL CONVERSION LOSS)
Range / Resolution 45dB to 75dB / 1dB
Source 1Vrms, 3kHz, sinusoidal
LOOP RESISTANCE
Range / Resolution 0 to 3,000 / 1
Source Voltage 2.5V
INSULATION RESISTANCE
Tests A-B, A-GND, B-GND
Range / Resolution 0 to 200M / 1M
Source Voltage 500V
Duration 20sec x 3
SENDER PHYSICAL
Dimensions 216 x 100 x 40 mm
Power Supply -48v exchange battery or internal battery
Internal Battery 9 volt alkaline
Battery Life Typically 120 hours
RECEIVER PHYSICAL
Dimensions 220 x 100 x 40 mm
Battery 9 volt alkaline
Battery Life Typically 40 hours
PROBE PHYSICAL
Dimensions 163 x 33 x 23 mm
Battery 9 volt alkaline
Battery Life Typically 150 hours
ENVIRONMENTAL
Operating Temperature 0 to 50C
Ingress Protection IP54
TX120A (Specification) application/pdf 0.8 mB
Operating Instructions
A$2420.00(excluding GST)
Low in stock

TX150

The TX150 Kit is made up of a TU150 controller kit and TM150 Line Cards. The customer can decide what Line Cards will suit their testing and buy them to build up a kit of TX150.
The TX150 is designed to check cable terminations between each end of a multi-pair cable. Line Cards are plugged into the terminating blocks at each end. At each end the Line Cards are joined together with Link Cables and the first Line Card at each end is connected to a Controller (TU150). The Controller and Line Cards are t each end powered by a separate battery. One end is designated the Talker and the other end is designated the Listener. The Talker end sends signals on each pair of the cable and the Listener end identifies these signals. All signals are transmitted simultaneously so identification of pairs is very quick (less than 10 seconds).
TX150 Instruction Manual (Instruction Manual) application/pdf 2.8 mB
The instruction manual on how to use the TX150.
TX150 Installer (Installer) application/x-msdownload 40.8 mB
The installer for TX150v1.5.0.
TX150 Installer (with updated libraries) (Installer) application/x-msdownload 42.5 mB
The installer for TX150v1.5.0 with updated libraries.
TX150 Updater Instructions (Installer) application/pdf 0.4 mB
LC Firmware install instructions
TX150 Brochure (Brochure) application/pdf 1.2 mB
Brochure for TX150 Kit
TX150 Line Card Updater (Installer) application/x-msdownload 0.3 mB
LC Updater
Price Unavailable

TX916 Operator Manual

Printed manual for the TX916. Price includes free postage.
A$4.50(excluding GST)
In stock

TX916 Plastic Carry Case

A hard case for Loop a Line Kit
A$25.00(excluding GST)
In stock

TM150 3M 20 Pair Line Card

3M 20 Pair line Card for use with Madision
A$880.00(excluding GST)
Low in stock

TM150 Krone 10 pair Line Card

Krone Line Card
A$400.00(excluding GST)
In stock

TM150 Krone HD180 10 pair Line Card

Connector for Krone HD180 blocks
A$400.00(excluding GST)
In stock

TP901 Probe Battery Door

Battery door cover for the TX916's probe
A$8.50(excluding GST)
In stock

TP901 Solid Antenna PP Assembly

Antenna machined from polypropylene
Harder wearing antenna than the standard injection moulded rubberised antenna cap.
A$20.00(excluding GST)
In stock

TS911 Oscillator Battery Door

Battery cover for the TX916's oscillator.
A$8.50(excluding GST)
In stock

TS916 Oscillator with Retractable Leads and Clips

The TS916 oscillator is used as part of the TX916 Loop-a-Line kit.
The TS916 oscillator is also fully compatible with previous models of Loop-a-Line.
A$426.00(excluding GST)
Not in stock

Central Responder Unit Test Heads

The CRU is at the heart of the TELSYS system. The CRU consists of tests heads and computer servers.
Price Unavailable

Krone 10 Pair Multiplexer Set

The multiplexers are connected to TX380 instruments. Each TX380 is capable of connecting with up to 100 pairs via multiplexer shoes. In this way it is possible for a single operator to scan, test and map several hundred pairs per hour.
The multiplexers are the interface between the TX380 test instrument and the network pairs.
The multiplexers enables the TX380 to test each pair in turn. This eliminates error. A different multiplexer type is required for each of the different manufactures of telecommunication connectors.
Price Unavailable

Pouyet 10 Pair Multiplexer Set

The multiplexers are connected to TX380 instruments. Each TX380 is capable of connecting with up to 100 pairs via multiplexer shoes. In this way it is possible for a single operator to scan, test and map several hundred pairs per hour.
Price Unavailable

Quante 10 Pair Multiplexer Set

The multiplexers are connected to TX380 instruments. Each TX380 is capable of connecting with up to 100 pairs via multiplexer shoes. In this way it is possible for a single operator to scan, test and map several hundred pairs per hour.
Price Unavailable

Siemens 5 Pair Multiplexer Set

The multiplexers are connected to TX380 instruments. Each TX380 is capable of connecting with up to 100 pairs via multiplexer shoes. In this way it is possible for a single operator to scan, test and map several hundred pairs per hour.
Price Unavailable

TELSYS Cable Mapping & Verification

TELSYS is a Teletech developed system that has multiple roles in a telecommunication company. It consists of various components but is primarily a centralised test system that operates with field test instruments. The system broadly provides functionality for:
• Mapping and verification of External plant network records (cable and pair records);
• Mapping and verification of Next Generation Network exchange cutovers;
• Automated update of cable records;
• Close-out testing and compliance to field processes; and
• Prequalification for Broadband (triple play services).

TELSYS is the reporting window of the various field instruments. The field instruments that interface and upload data and testing information are the TX380 and TX325/320B and TX320.
Pair Mapping & Verification (Cabinet or Main Distribution Frame (MDF))
Teletech has been particularly successful with external plant (Customer Area Network (CAN)) documentation projects. Plant documentation projects involve completely documenting the condition of the copper cable.
Accurate cable records have been shown to have significant impacts on the operational performance and costs of telecommunication companies. The areas that benefit from accurate records are:
• Technician dispatch (less time looking for the pair);
• Trouble resolution time (go direct to the pair, less time wasted looking);
• Related to customer satisfaction (less time off the air);
• Capital expenditure decision-making is better informed and expenditure focused on real areas of need;
• New network investment (upgrading from POTS to high-speed data and video services);
• Plant capacity management; and
• Change over to new OSS systems (pre-cleanse the cutover data).
TELSYS suits telecommunication providers wanting to update their copper cable records. The ROI for cable plant record verification can be very high. The plant documentation projects can be one-off activity, such as, introducing new networks or on-going up-keep of the plant records. Either way, the TELSYS system can deliver the return.

MDF Mapping & Verification
When commissioning new exchange equipment, TELSYS , TX380s and multiplexers can be used to map the MDF before and after cutover to both eliminate error and dramatically reduce the time taken to maintain the exchange records. The test results are uploaded for each pair at the exchange and can be automatically compared to the existing cable record system’s data. Each working telephone line can therefore be accounted for and their location verified before and after cut-over. This type of system is both quicker and more accurate than manual checking.

Case Studies
Reduce truck-rolls (rework on maintenance dispatches)A large telco was concerned that the trouble rate (dispatches per 1000 pairs) was too high. It was determined that part of the problem was too many additional re-reported faults dispatched to the field (re-rolls) creating unnecessary field technician dispatches and reduced customer service quality. Teletech worked with the telco to introduce a centralized test system (CRU), field test equipment and web-based management system that tracked and reported compliance to the required job close out processes. This enabled management to enforce the required testing processes and track improvements in the re-roll metrics.
The system also provides a detailed fault history on each fault dispatch. This proved invaluable and has become an integral part of the escalated fault technician’s tool kit for resolving difficult service issues.
Improved on-going Cable Record error rates
A major South East Asian telco recognised they had a problem with the accuracy of their cable records. The industry standard for the MDF or Exchange (E) side of the cross connect cabinet is approximately 1 to 5% error rate in the primary cable. The standard for the distribution (D) side (the cable from the cabinet to the customer) is approximately 5 to 10% error rate.
The telco was finding error rates of >30% in some areas. In conjunction with a plant documentation projects the introduction of TX325 instruments and associated centralised test system allowed the telco to automate the update of external plant records and significantly improve the accuracy. There were others bonuses, the telco also obtained information on the broadband quality of the installed or repaired services and used this for revenue generation purposes and the automation of the cable record changes allowed back-office cost savings.
Advantages of the TELSYS system
TELSYS has some distinct advantages over traditional mapping methodologies.

Compared to manual mapping the system has proven to be more accurate and quicker. Using a manual methodology involves clipping onto each pair, dialing a CLI number and writing down a phone number on a piece of paper. This very laborious ‘Tick and Flick’ process is very prone to translation and transcription errors. As an operator become more fatigued or bored the risk they miss hear the phone number, write down a transposed number increase. If the paper records need to be converted to into an electronic record, more error creeps either from miss-keying and/or miss-reading the handwritten records. Because TELSYS collects the phone numbers automatically from the multiplexer connectors none of these root error causes are present.

The accuracy of TELSYS mapping is further enhanced by using a systemic approach to auditing of the mapping effort. Management can know with mathematical certainty the mapping has been accurately performed.

Another disadvantage of manual collection is that it is quite slow. The speed of mapping is limited by the speed of each operator. This can be solved in part be employing a large workforce of operators. However, at cabinets and exchange MDFs there is a limited amount of space available. In contract, a very small team of operators using TX380s and multiplexers can map large numbers of pairs simultaneously. Multiplexers can be connected to hundreds of pairs at a cabinet or MDF. If desired it is possible to connect all pairs on a side of a cabinet to Multiplexers. With this configuration the TX380 testing and mapping of the cabinet would take under two hours.

Manually collecting cable pair information does not practically allow the collection of information on the cables other than the existence or non-existence of a phone service. It may be possible to use test instruments such as multi-meters to test pairs, however, besides slowing the mapping process it also is very limited in the information able to be collected. Using Tx380s on the other hand automates the collection of test information about all pairs. In particular, the broadband capabilities of the pairs are assessed. The test data is stored and reported. Allowing a telco to have the dual benefits of accurate records and identified broadband capacity.

There are some other non-manual cable/pair mapping systems beside TELSYS. These systems employ a different methodology from TELSYS to collect their data. TELSYS was designed with access and transportability in mind. The result is that the field instrument (TX380) is very transportable and operates with rechargeable AA batteries. Most of the real processing power of the system is centrally located.

In contract, other mapping systems have bulky equipment requiring vans or large vehicles to transport. They also require separate power sources to operate. These are addition and possibly hidden costs that the use of TELSYS avoids. Easy of transportation also has another intended benefit, it makes for speeder mapping. An individual can comfortable carry enough TX380s and multiplexers to concurrently map a thousand pairs. The equivalent equipment used for other mapping systems would require several vans.

The TX380s and multiplexers are very easy and simple to operate. The cost is very low to train operators to be competent in the use of the equipment.

The level of training and equipment is in some respects dependent on the outcome the telecommunication company is seeking. If the cabinets require rehabilitation this will require more skilful operators with extra tools, for example to remove old jumper wire and punch down wires. Circumstances vary between telcos and this level of work may not be required.
TELSYS consists of:
• Field instruments (TX380s);
• Connector shoes;
• Central Responder Unit (CRU) test heads;
• Central database and webserver.

This system is able to map:
• Main Distribution Frame (MDF)
• Vertical side
• Horizontal side
• DSL Link In-Out
• Cabinets
• Exchange side
• Customer side
• DSL Link In-Out
• Sub-Distribution Frame (SDF) and/or DPs.
TELSYS (Brochure) application/pdf 1.0 mB
Mapping
Price Unavailable

TS125 Remote Test Leads Line1 with Croc Clips

TX125 Remote Test Lead Line 1 General Purpose, all with Alligator Clips. Now replaced with the Part No. 900 1811 125 with 4mm shrouded plugs for Line 1.
Discontinued

TX125 Digital Line Test Set

The Teletech TX125 is an essential and practical tool for all telecommunications technicians. The TX125 is specifically suited to testing cable for the digital services network.
The TX125 consists of a Controller, Remote, and a signalling probe.
The TX125 has the ability to remotely open circuit and short circuit the line using signalling over the line under test. The TX125 connects the line through to the exchange after testing is completed.
Other features include:
• Ability to download and store pre-programmed automatic test sequences from a PC;
• The pre-programmed “PC download” test sequences include those for ADSL, Pair Gain Systems, and ISDN;
• Ten separate test categories;
• 1,000 test memory; and
• A clock and calendar keep track of when individual measurements are recorded.
• An unassisted operator working from the far end (up to 20 kms from sender to receiver) to remotely signal open and short circuit, with no time-out restrictions for unlimited periods, over the pair under test.
A$3700.00(excluding GST)
Not in stock

TX180 Multi-Line Identifier

TX180 has been super seed by the TX380.
The Teletech TX180 Multi Line Identifier is a highly practical network installation and maintenance tool, used to rapidly identify all pairs in a multi-pair cable. It is a very useful product for telecommunications company activity or commercial building wiring.
The TX180 Multi Line Identifier is ideal for quickly and accurately checking cabling within buildings between each telephone socket and the Distribution Frame. It is also ideally suited to identifying pairs when repairing a cable damaged by mechanical digging equipment etc. By using two or more multiplexers, each end of the cable can be quickly identified, saving hours on the normal repair time.
The TX180 can even identify split pairs at the cable break using a unique positive identification method and fast scanning technique.
The Hand-held Identifier has an easily readable display and a pair of test leads to connect to the pair to be identified. The Display quickly shows the identity of the pair once the test leads are connected. The system operates under any circumstances where a normal telephone service will operate.
Hand-held Identifier
• Light and portable plastic splash proof casing;
• Pair number is displayed within 3 seconds of connection of test leads to a cable pair;
• The LCD display, (readable in sunlight), indicates pair identification and battery status of both multiplexer and Identifier;
• Test leads are highly flexible with crocodile clips on the end connecting to the cable pair and 4mm terminals to connect to the Identifier;
• Test leads can be used with terminations for telephone connectors (RJ6 or RJ45);
• The Power switch has an automatic time-out to prevent battery drain; and
• Battery operated (Alkaline, 9V PP3).
TX180 (Brochure) application/pdf 0.3 mB
Discontinued

TX320 Field test Instrument

Superseded by the TX325.
The TX320 is a product developed specifically for telecommunications companies to improve operational efficiency. It provides the functionality to upload test results into a database for permanent storage and retrieval.
Discontinued

TX320B Field Test Instrument

Superseded by the TX325
The TX320B is an upgraded version of the TX320. The TX320B can perform broadband tests.
Discontinued

TX325 Field Test Instrument

The TX325 is a product developed specifically for telecommunications companies to improve operational efficiency. It provides the functionality to upload test results into a database for permanent storage and retrieval. Telephone companies are fairly unique in having a large buried copper network serviced by a large mobile field workforce. The quality of the installation and service activity significantly impacts on the maintenance costs. The quality issues become more critical if/when external contractors are employed in the field workforce. The TX325 provides an opportunity for telephone companies to control the field quality and at the same time rationalise back office functions.
The TX325 provides:
• Simplify and automate plant record update;
• Back office cost reductions; and
• Uniformity to operational processes – trouble handling procedures.
Significant opportunities exist for improving a telecom company’s efficiency in operations – that is, the area that manages and maintains the external plant network (also known as the Customer Area Network CAN). Operations is where the business of installing and maintaining services happens. Operations areas typically generate little revenue but they consume a large proportion of expenses, in the order of 60% of the total budget.
The TX325 is a component test instrument. The TX325 has features such as:
• Light weight;
• Rechargeable (4 x AA Batteries);
• Input fields for network descriptions;
• User friendly interface;
• Alpha numeric keypad;
• Pair tracing function;
• Multi-meter function; and
• Quick testing.
The TX325 performs accurate testing of a comprehensive number of cable parameters. The results of the tests can be stored in TELSYS for future analysis. These tests include:• DC Voltage (A-B),(A-G) & (B-G)
• AC Voltage;
• Line Current (A-B);
• Insulation Resistance (A-B),(A-G) & (B-G);
• Capacitance (A-B),(A-G) & (B-G);
• Capacitance Balance; and
• VF and Broadband Noise.
TX325 (Specification) application/pdf 0.4 mB
Instrument Specifications
TX325 (Brochure) application/pdf 0.9 mB
TX325 Brochure
A$1810.00(excluding GST)
Not in stock

TX380 Kit

Teletech’s TX380 is a hand held test instrument designed to map, test and verify telecommunication cable records. It can be used at exchange MDFs, SDF or cross-connect cabinets. The TX380 operate with the TELSYS system.
The system of TELSYS, CRU and TX380s is designed to enable ‘full’ mapping of the cable network.
The TX380s system is able to map:
• Exchange side pairs;
• Customer side pairs;
• MDF pairs.
Benefits
• Find spare capacity in the network;
• Identify broadband capable pairs and network broadband capability;
• Increase the cable plant record accuracy leading to reduced maintenance costs; and
• Quicker, easier and more accurate mapping than traditional methods.

The TX380 is a component test instrument. The TX380 has features such as:
• Light weight;
• Rechargeable (4 x AA Batteries);
• Input fields for network descriptions;
• User friendly interface;
• Alpha numeric keypad;
• Pair tracing function;
• Multi-meter function; and
• Quick testing.
As well as mapping the cable pairs, the TX380 performs accurate testing of many cable parameters. The results of the tests are stored in TELSYS for future analysis. These tests include:
• DC and AC Voltage;
• Line Current;
• Insulation Resistance;
• Capacitance;
• Capacitance Balance; and
• VF and Broadband Noise

The TX380 can perform noise tests to check the suitability of a pair for Broadband services. It is possible to estimate the Broadband attenuation and Signal to Noise Ratio and calculate the ADSL upload and download speeds.
TX380 (Brochure) application/pdf 0.5 mB
A$5000.00(excluding GST)
Not in stock

TX905 Loop a Line

TX905 has been superseded by the TX916.
TX905 Instruction Card (Instruction Manual) application/pdf 0.1 mB
TX905 Instruction Card
Discontinued

TX910 Loop a Line (Telstra Only)

The TX910 is a product sold only to Telstra Australia.
The TX910 has been superseded by the TX911. The Telstra internal serial item number is 419/0074
The service technician connects the Oscillator to the cable pair at the exchange MDF or street cabinet. The Oscillator starts in the 'TONE' mode allowing the technician to identify the pair at the Far End of the Line with the Probe. Several different Tones are selectable allowing multiple Oscillators to operate on the cable.

After pair identification, the Probe leads may be connected to the pair and the Oscillator signalled by pressing 'OPEN' or 'SHORT' buttons, to allow foreign battery, insulation resistance, loop resistance and resistance balance checks as well as fault finding using a TDR or Resistance Bridge. After repair or installation, a final press of the 'CONNECT EXCHANGE' button restores the customer's service to provide dial or ring-back checks.
Discontinued

TX911 Loop-a-Line

The TX911 is a product sold only to Telstra Australia.Telstra S/I 419/0074
Discontinued

TX915 Loop a Line

Superseded by the TX916.


Loop a Line provides the communications technician with an instrument that cuts repair and installation costs!

Loop a Line consists of an OSCILLATOR or TONE SENDER and a SIGNALLING PROBE. Two sets of test leads complete the equipment.
The service technician connects the Oscillator to the cable pair at the exchange MDF or street cabinet. The Oscillator starts in the 'TONE' mode allowing the technician to identify the pair at the Far End of the Line with the Probe. Several different Tones are selectable allowing multiple Oscillators to operate on the cable.

After pair identification, the Probe leads may be connected to the pair and the Oscillator signalled by pressing 'OPEN' or 'SHORT' buttons, to allow foreign battery, insulation resistance, loop resistance and resistance balance checks as well as fault finding using a TDR or Resistance Bridge. After repair or installation, a final press of the 'CONNECT EXCHANGE' button restores the customer's service to provide dial or ring-back checks.
TX915 (Application Note) application/pdf 0.1 mB
Provisioning
TX915 (Application Note) application/pdf 0.1 mB
Resistance Bridge Fault Location
TX915 (Application Note) application/pdf 0.1 mB
Kupfmuller Method
TX915 (Brochure) application/pdf 0.1 mB
Brochure
TX915 (Instruction Manual) application/pdf 0.1 mB
German Instructions
TX915 (Instruction Manual) application/pdf 0.1 mB
English
TX915 (Specification) application/pdf 0.4 mB
Instrument Specification
Discontinued

TX935 Kit

The TX935 has been superseded by the TX916.

Cablemate was a development of the well known LOOP-A-LINE, now providing the service technician with extra features which cut repair and installation costs even further!

Cablemate consists of an OSCILLATOR or TONE SENDER and a SIGNALLING PROBE. Five sets of test leads complete the equipment. CABLEMATE-PLUS dramatically increases efficiency by allowing an unassisted line technician working up to 20km from the exchange to disconnect the customer's service, identify three cable pairs, open and close the loop, and re-connect the customer.
TX935 (Brochure) application/pdf 0.1 mB
TX935 (Instruction Manual) application/pdf 0.1 mB
TX935 (Specification) application/pdf 0.4 mB
Discontinued

TX961 Co-axial Cable identifier

The TX961 is a small hand held instrument that enables the identification of a co-axial cable within a bundle of cables. The TX961 is non-intrusive and does not interrupt data on the cables being traced. The TX961 is ideally suited in tracing co-axial cable within multi-story backbone cabling installations.
Typically, the TX961 is used in buildings and exchanges to track and trace co-axial cables. The TX961 consists of a two part kit, an Oscillator and a signalling Probe. The Oscillator TS961 has two LEDs. One LED flashes continuously when the unit is switched on and the other LED glows when the battery is low (low battery indicator). Additionally, the oscillator has a special clamp lead. The removal of the clamp lead from the TS961 automatically turns the instrument off. The TS961 has a very low power usage and a battery will last approximately 200 hours of continuous use. The Probe TP961 has six LEDs. One LED is used to indicate if the unit is switched on. The other five LEDs operate to indicate signal strength. By referring to the LEDs an operator can use the TX961 in noisy environments.
A$750.00(excluding GST)
Not in stock