Time Domain Reflectometer: The TDR2000 series has a large, high-resolution, color WVGA display with easily adjustable performance features. Directional control keys along with soft keys make operation intuitive and easy for the user.An AUTO selection option ensures that the most effective parameters are selected based on the required range, supporting rapid diagnosis of TDR tracking. The ability to manually override the Auto function allows fine-tuning and detection of hard-to-detect errors.
The dual tracking and dual cursor capability allows complete flexibility; the operator has complete control and instant distance indication between the two points. The tracking comparison feature also allows for in-depth inspection between tracking conditions. Extra high resolution along with daylight backlighting and user-determinable color schemes give the graphical display a dynamic quality that helps the operator identify key tracking events.
Trace storage: 100 internal trace memories are available for storing and recalling test results. The tracings can be recalled and displayed for analysis or can be compared to an active display to aid in fault location.Alternatively, the stored results can be downloaded to a computer via a USB interface using TracXpert software and the supplied USB cable. Step TDR function:The dead zone effect of a standard pulse TDR can mask defects near the end, making them undetectable. The addition of a step function on the TDR2050 fixes this problem. Step TDR technology means that the signal is impressed at full strength and remains there until a fault is detected. This makes the step TDR technology perfect for detecting faults near the end that are missed by standard pulse TDR.
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