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1L83 - 3M Dynatel 965DSP-B Subscriber Loop Analyzer TDR

3M Dynatel 965DSP-B Subscriber Loop Analyzer With TDR Option Installed
Software Version 7.00.9

TDR – full-featured TDR with user-selectable pulse widths, length, gain zoom, filter and Vp.

Includes Carrying Case & Accessories As Listed!

965DSP 965 DSP 965-DSP

BC# 12550 13074





Price: Contact Sales


 
 
 
Condition Refurbished / Calibrated
Warranty 90 Day Exchange
Included
  • 3M Dynatel 965DSP-B Subscriber Loop Analyzer Version 7.00.9 (BC# 12550 13074) w/ Option:
    • TDR 
  • Test Lead Set
  • AC Adapter/Charger
  • Power Cord
  • User Manual On CD-ROM 
  • Carrying Case (G) 
 
 

The 3M Dynatel 965DSP Subscriber Loop Analyzer is a microprocessor-controlled integrated test set that provide full-featured POTS and fundamental ISDN testing. The functions include fault location and repair verification on twisted-pair, quad and coaxial cable (utilizing capacitance bridge, resistance bridge and Time Domain Reflectometer (TDR) functions).

TDR – full-featured TDR with user-selectable pulse widths, length, gain zoom, filter and Vp. Four modes of operation:

  • Single trace – provides graphical representation of events on a pair.
  • Dual trace – allows active comparison of two traces.
  • Differential – displays difference between two circuits.
  • Crosstalk – displays the crosstalk from one pair to the other.

TDR
Ranges


Pulse width Velocity input Modes
3 ft–300 ft, 20 ft–1,000 ft, 50 ft–3,000 ft, 150 ft. 10,000 ft,
450 ft–30,000 ft (0–100 m, 5–300 m, 15–1,000m, 45–3,000 m, 140–10,000 m)

5 nS, 34 nS, 235 nS, 1600 nS
0.50 to 0.99 (150 to 299 uS/m)
Single trace, dual trace, differential, memory, crosstalk
1 ft (1 m)


Fixed values
0.01 (1 uS/m)
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0.6% range


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The Dynatel 965DSP subscriber loop analyzer executes a wide range of individual tests, or performs automatic test routines as specified by the user to categorize and sectionalize problems. Specific tests and measurements performed by the unit include:

  • Voltage – detects and measures the presence of exchang or foreign DC or AC voltages.
  • Tone – provides a test tone for conductor identification; user-selected tones from 1 to 40 kHz for transmission measurements.
  • Current – measures DC loop current.
  • Ohms – measures conductor and insulation resistance u to 1000 megohms.
  • Resistance fault location – displays distance to fault.
  • Opens – locates opens at distances up to 100,000 ft. (30 km).
  • Splits – locates splits on paired cable.
  • Ringer count – counts the number of ringers on a particular loop.
  • Load coil count – indicates the presence of load coils in loop circuit.
  • Wideband loss – loss measurements to 200 kHz for pre-qualifying ISDN and HDSL.
  • Loss – measures voice band loss.
  • Noise – measures noise metallic and noise to ground in dBrnc.
  • Longitudinal balance – provides active measurement of line balance.

Flexible, practical features

The 965DSP subscriber loop analyzer is designed for functionality and ease of use. Features of the unit include:

  • IR port - infrared port for downloading future software programs.
  • Self-calibration – internal instrument calibration and setup procedures.
  • Graphical user interface – user-friendly, icon-based display of test results.
  • Replaceable five color-coded banana jacks for test connections.
  • HELP function – an internal help menu provides information as needed during operation.
  • Telephone – internal telephone or “talk set.”
  • Rechargeable nickel metal hydride batteries – with battery charger, plus alkaline battery holder.
  • Modular hardware and software design – for easy upgrades, investment protection.
  • Backlit high resolution/high contrast LCD display.

The Dynatel 965DSP test sets are housed in a lightweight, ergonomically designed case for portability and ease of use. The units are weather resistant and weigh only three pounds.

Dynatel 965DSP Specifications:

ANSI/ITU Standards Supported ITU G.992.2 (G.Lite), ITU G.992.1 (G.DMT), ANSI T1.413 Issue 2
ADSL Modes ANSI, G.DMT, G.Lite, MultiMode
Reach Designed to synchronize at distances from 0 ft. to 18,000 ft.
Statistics Actual and maximum upstream and downstream connect rates
Upstream and downstream percent used ADSL line capacity
Upstream and downstream noise margin
Upstream and downstream signal attenuation
Upstream and downstream power levels
Modem manufacturer identification
Upstream and downstream FEC, CRC, and HEC counts
Alarm codes including LOS, LOF, LCD and LOM
Graphical display of bits-per-bin count for the DMT signal
Operating Modes Captured Modem auto-disconnects from the far-end after statistics gathered
Continuous Modem gathers statistics for up to two minutes

Electrical Specifications

Main Functions Range Resolution Accuracy
Voltage (DC) 0 to 99.9 V 100 to 300 V 0.1 V 1 V 1% ± 0.5 V 3%
Voltage (AC) 0 to 99.9 V 100 to 250 V 0.1 V 1 V 1% ± 0.5 V 3%
Current 0 to 59.9 mA 60 to 110 mA 0.1 mA 0.1 mA 1% ± 0.3 mA 2%
Resistance (DC) with CO voltage 0 to 9999 O
0 to 9999 O
10 k to 99.9 kO
100 k to 999 kO
1 M to 9.9 MO
10 M to 99 MO
100 M to 990 MO
1 O
1 O
0.1 kO
1 kO
0.1 MO
1 MO
10 MO
1% ± 5 O
1% ± 50 O
1%
3%
3%
5%
10%
Opens (no noise) 0 to 3,000 ft (0 to 1000 m)
3,000 to 10,000 ft (1 km to 3 km)
10,000 to 50,000 ft (3 km to 15 km)
50,000 to 100,000 ft (15 km to 30 km)
1 ft (1 m)
1 ft (1 m)
10 ft (10 m)
100 ft (100 m)
1% ± 3 ft
3%
5%
10%
RFL
Fault range Resistance to fault (no noise)
0 to 20 MO
0 to 99.99 O
100 to 999.9 O
1 kO to 7 kO
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0.01 O
0.1 O)
1.0 O
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0.1% of RTS ± 0.01 O
0.2% of RTS ± 0.01 O
1.0% of RTS ± 0.01 O
Loss (& frequency) -40 to +10 dBm, 200 to 3000 Hz
-40 to +10 dBm, 3000 to 9995 Hz
-40 to +10 dBm, 10 k to 19.9 kHz
0.1 dB, 1 Hz
0.1 dB, 5 Hz
1 dB, 10 Hz
0.5 dB, 2 Hz
0.5 dB, 10 Hz
1 dB, 20 Hz
Wideband loss -40 to +10 dBm, 20 k to 200 kHz 1 dB, 100 Hz 2 dB, 0.1 kHz
Noise metallic 0 to 50 dBrnc (-90 to -40 dBm0p) 1 dB 2 dB
Noise to ground 40 to 100 dBrnc (-50 to 10 dBm0p) 1 dB 2 dB
Longitudinal balance 62 to 40 dB 1 dB 2 dB
Tone output
ID
User defined
User defined
ISDN
200 to 1000 Hz, fixed level
200 to 9995 Hz, -20 to +1 dBm
10 k to 19.99 kHz, -20 to +1 dBm
40 kHz, +6 dBm fixed level
1 Hz
1 Hz, 0.1 dB
10 Hz, 1 dB
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1%
1% Hz, 0.2 dB
2% Hz, 1 dB
2%, 2 dB
Dial mode DTMF, Pulse Standard Standard
TDR
Ranges


Pulse width Velocity input Modes
3 ft–300 ft, 20 ft–1,000 ft, 50 ft–3,000 ft, 150 ft. 10,000 ft, 450 ft–30,000 ft (0–100 m, 5–300 m, 15–1,000m, 45–3,000 m, 140–10,000 m)

5 nS, 34 nS, 235 nS, 1600 nS
0.50 to 0.99 (150 to 299 uS/m)
Single trace, dual trace, differential, memory, crosstalk
1 ft (1 m)



Fixed values
0.01 (1 uS/m)
—
0.6% range




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