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An easy-to-use cable fault locator, cable and wire manager and tone generator.
Works on any two or more conductor cable up to 3,000 feet (915 meters)
Instantly measures distance to open or any fault from one end of any cable pair
Patented SmartToneTM tone generator positively identifies pair
Measures cable distance on spool
Measures constantly while 'On'
Displays distance reading rather than waveform
Large bright LED screen
One button operation
High voltage detection
Additional line cord options available for coaxial cable (F-connectors) and other applications
This easy-to-use, competitively priced tester is three tools in one—a cable fault locator, a cable & wire manager and a tone generator with SmartTone™ technology.
From just ONE END of any two or more conductor cable you can measure up to 3,000 feet (915 meters). The TS 100 cable fault locator lets you easily find the distance to opens or shorts on electrical wire, telephone wire, security wire and coax. Results appear as a distance reading rather than a waveform, so it's perfect for technicians unfamiliar with Time Domain Reflectometery (TDR).
Locate and fix cable problems without pulling new wire or blindly cutting into walls. Intermittent faults are easier to find because the unit constantly measures while "On".
The TS 100 cable fault locator is perfect for inventory management of cable stock in trucks and warehouses and it can help you generate more accurate bids for jobs by quickly assessing needs and managing the cable stock with greater accuracy.
Patented SmartTone technology gives you 5 distinct tones to use for exact wire and pair identification, even in proximity to current-bearing cable.
When touching the wires together and momentarily shorting the far end of a cable pair, the SmartTone technology will change the cadence of the tone generated. This tone change you hear through the probe positively verifies the correct wire pair.
Voltage detection in the unit will immediately sound an alarm if you accidentally clip onto an energized pair, up to 250VAC.