Product Id: 19187341
Description: Fluke Networks Pro3000 Analog Tone & Probe Kit - Network tester kit
Mfr Part #: 26000900
MSRP: $95.00The Pro3000 Analog Tone and Probe is your best choice for toning and tracing wire on non-active networks, and specifically for identifying individual pairs with SmartTone technology.
Angled bed-of-nails clips allow easy access to individual wires, and the RJ-11 connector is ideal for use on telephone jacks. The large loud speaker on the network probe allows you to hear through drywall, wood or other enclosures to find wires quickly and easily.
You can send this loud tone up to 10 miles (16 kilometers) on most cables! Attach the nylon pouch to your belt, and you will be equipped for any wire identification job.
The Fluke Networks Pro3000 Analog Tone Generator and Probe Kit with ABN (angled bed-of-nails) clips and an RJ11 plug connects to inactive networks to locate and trace cables, wires, and wire pairs by 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 LEDs - red for continuity, and red and green for polarity of a DC-powered wire pair. The ABN 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 probe detects the generated tone so that the cable can be located, and has an adjustable-volume speaker that amplifies the tone for tracing through drywall and wooden barriers such as walls and other enclosures. Its 3.5 mm jack allows for an earphone (sold separately) to be attached, muting the speaker for discrete toning or toning in noisy environments. The non-metallic tip of the probe enables testing in distribution blocks without disturbing other services and a spare tip is included inside the probe's battery compartment. Additional specifications include various environmental operating conditions. Tone generators and probes are used by network technicians to troubleshoot and maintain wires and cable in telephone and data networks.