Fluke Networks Pocket Toner NX8 Cable and Telephone Kit - digital toner

Mfg. Part: PTNX8-CT | CDW Part: 4055481 | UNSPSC: 43222643
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The Pocket Toner NX8-Cable and Telepone Kit is the most popular kit used for "triple play" installations. This kit contains all the essential adapters for identifying and testing telephone and TV cables. Additionally, the Dial Tone Detective (DTD) can instantly indicate the presence of a dial tone and proper polarity at a voice jack. Simply place each of the numbered ID caps on the remote ends of the cables to test then connect the main unit to the other end of the test cables one at a time. If there is continuity, the green LED on the ID-cap will light and the main unit will show the ID cap's number (1-8) on its digital display. In addition, the audible indicator in the main unit will emit a short tone. The PTNX8 also tests for the presence of both AC and DC voltages from 6v-52v.

Fluke Networks PTNX8-CT Pocket Toner NX8 Cable and Telephone Kit includes NX8 unit, toner, 8 ID caps, 66 block adapter, RJ-11 adapter, Dial Tone Detective, alligator clips with RJ-11 adapter, F-type (F, 9-M-push, M-71, Speed 81) adapters, 1-AAA battery and a deluxe case with a belt clip. The Pocket Toner connects to any voice, data, or video cable to detect open/short circuits, continuity, AC/DC voltage and dial tone all while protecting up to 52 volts. It has dual audible indicators in the main body and detachable buzzer toner units, removable push-on connectors, auto shut off and easy-to-read indicators. With the PTNX8-CT you can test up to 8 cables at once for continuity, shorts, opens, 50-75 Ohm termination, and polarity with the Dial Tone Detective adapter. Fluke Networks leads the way in helping to develop and support emerging and important standards for today's datacom networks.

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