4-Way Coaxial Cable Mapper
Catalogue Number: 737-0645
- Easily identify multiple cable runs
- Identify up to 4 different coax cables
- Ideal for CCTV or TV installations
This coaxial cable mapper is designed to find and identify multiple coax cables. Its a handheld device designed for security system or AV installers who test multi-run coax systems terminated with F-connectors. It can also be used for those who wish to map tuns to a central bundle. It can be used to put a tone signal on a coax cable as well as find and identify multiple coax cables connected to a coax splitter. With four serial number remote terminators, it is ideal for mapping coaxial installations.Note: will not test cable runs with: power amplifiers, isolation splitters, attenuators, directional line tap, power dividers or matching transformers.back to top
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