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The Fluke Networks Pro3000 Analog Tone Generator with ABN clips and an RJ11 plug connects to inactive networks, sending a loud tone up to 16 km (10 miles) in most cables and providing five distinct cadences for isolating individual wire pairs. It also checks continuity and polarity, which are indicated by dual-color LEDsÑred for continuity, and red and green for polarity of a DC-powered wire pair.
The ABN (angled bed-of-nails) clips allow access to individual wire pairs and the RJ11 plug connects to telephone jacks. The tone generator injects a tone, either constant or alternating, into a cable, and its SmartTone feature allows that tone to be modified to any of five distinct cadences for isolating individual wire pairs within a multi-pair cable. The generated tone can be located and traced by a compatible analog probe (sold separately).
Additional specifications include various environmental operating conditions. Tone generators are used by network technicians to troubleshoot and maintain wires and cable in telephone and data networks. Cable compatibility: Inactive AC wire, telephone/twisted pair wire, voice and data cable, coaxial cable, speaker wire, security wire. Maximum length tested: 16 km/10 miles of 24 AWG twisted pair (varies for other wire types); 3.3 km/2 miles for SmartTone signals.
Line cord connectors: ABN (angled bed-of-nails) clips; RJ11 plug. Tone frequency (nominal): 1000 Hz for constant tone; 1000/1500 Hz for alternating tone. Voltage protection: 60 VDC in toner or polarity mode. Output power in tone mode. 8 dBm into 600 Ω Output voltage in continuity mode: 8 VDC with fresh battery. Agency certifications and standards met: CE (European Conformity) marking; Canadian Standards Association CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60950-1-03, CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 1010.1-92, and CSA-C22.2 No. 1010.1B-97; UL/ANSI (Underwriters Laboratories/American National Standards Institute) 3111-1.
Power source: 9V alkaline battery (sold separately). Dimensions: 6.9 x 6.1 x 3.6 cm/2.7 x 2.4 x 1.4 in (H x W x D) *H is height, the vertical distance from the lowest to highest point; W is width, the horizontal distance from left to right; D is depth, the horizontal distance from front to back. Datacom and telecom installation and test devices, such as toners and test sets, check cabling and wiring to help ensure proper connections and operation. Tone generator and probe sets, also called toners, are used to locate, trace, and isolate cables in copper media networks. Telephone test sets, also called butt sets, are specialized telephones that connect to telephone lines to check for proper operation and to isolate trouble.
Some test sets incorporate a TDR (time-domain reflectometer) and toner for determining cable length and locating faults. While certain devices may be used on live networks, others are only suitable for inactive networks. Field technicians and installers use these devices to set up, maintain, and troubleshoot datacom and telecom cabling within a building or in outside plant (OSP) applications. Fluke Networks manufactures tools for network infrastructure installation, testing, certification, and troubleshooting, in copper, fiber, and wireless networks, with its tools widely used by contractors, enterprises, and communication service providers. The company, which operates globally, is based in Everett, WA. What's in the Box? Fluke Networks Pro3000 Analog Tone Generator (2) Angled Bed-of-Nails Clips (1) RJ11 Plug Instructions
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