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TDR 1170 - Hipotronics TDR

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  • Model: TDR 1170
  • Manufactured by: Hipotronics
  • Max. Range: 160000
  • Pulse Width Max.: 10usec
  • Pulse Width Min.: 50nsec
  • Extra Specifications: Time Domain Reflectometer

The unique features and new technology used in the TDR 1170 make it the most flexible and easy to use instrument available for advanced cable fault location. The TDR 1170 features an automatic configuration, which can be modified as necessary. All cable fault data can be stored and retrieved at any time, ensuring time savings, consistency, and accuracy from one crew to the next.
The digital TDR 1170 will locate and identify short circuit (bolted) faults, low resistance shunt faults, open circuits, high resistance series faults, wet sections, splices, transformers, cable transitions, and concentric neutral corrosion. To locate high resistance, intermittent, and flashover faults, the TDR 1170 is designed to measure in the digital arc reflection, current impulse, voltage decay, and all differential fault locating modes. The selection of the fault location method allows the operator to select the method which they are most familiar with or the method that is most appropriate for the type of cable and type of fault that is encountered.
The TDR 1170 requires a high voltage coupler to interface to a cable fault locator (thumper). The cable fault locator then provides the voltage and current to enable the TDR 1170 to quickly and definitively locate cable faults. Included with the TDR 1170 is a software package to allow the stored data to be viewed on a PC and also toÜbe printed and analyzed by office personnel or training teams.

  • Digital High Voltage TDR
  • 5 Methods of Fault Location
    • Arc Reflection
    • Impulse Current
    • Voltage Decay
    • Differential Methods
    • Low Voltage
  • Color LCD Screen
  • PC Software
  • SVGA Output for External Monitor
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