Discontinued Products

These are Teletech products that are no longer available. Many of these products have now been superseded with new models.

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)
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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

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

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