Test & Measurement
16 February 2010 Exfo says its Brix System for network service assurance now supports active/passive monitoring for wireless networks utilizing long-term evolution (LTE) standards. Built on a distributed and scalable architecture, the LTE monitoring solution focuses on end-to-end QoS and QoE monitoring, enabling service providers to monitor their LTE network at multiple service delivery layers including control, data and service planes. By combining this service assurance solution with Exfo’s portfolio of equipment, the company says it now offers a single-source solution that can help improve quality of service while reducing capital and operational expenses.EXFO
Also part of Milwaukee's new Test & measurement offering is this clamp meter, with white-on-black display for easy reading
Also part of Milwaukee's new Test & measurement offering; contains built-in, non-contact voltage detection
Milwaukee's new pocket-sized voltage detector comes with a built-in light, and attaches to other Milwaukee tools
Check out applications for Milwaukee's new infrared gun
Telatemp has developed a pistol-grip IR thermometer with a built-in laser pointer for accurate aiming. Applications include plant maintenance of rotary equipment, testing for hot spots on electrical panels, and more. A large backlit LCD display makes measurement in dark or low-light conditions simple. Basic accuracy is ±2ºF over a range of 0° to 600°F (the units can switch between metric and imperial). The fixed emissivity (0.95) covers 90% of surface temperature measurement applications, and audible and visible over-range indicators are standard.TELATEMP
AEMC’s Simple Logger II Model L404 is a four-channel event data logger; event data is stored only as the event occurs. It works with dry contact closure or 0-3 and 0-5vDC logic levels. An internal memory allows storing over 50,000 events; measurement scaling is user programmable. A series of front panel LEDs provide a quick status of the logger’s state and memory use. DataView application software is included, providing real-time viewing of measurement data, even while recording. Instrument configuration, data storage and report generation from a pre-defined template or operator custom designed templates are also standard features.AEMC
Siemens Energy & Automation has expanded its residential line of combination type arc fault circuit interrupters (CAFCIs) to include an Intelli-Arc diagnostic tool. The company claims the new tool makes it easier to troubleshoot AFCI circuits by improving troubleshooting accuracy and reducing the number of visits to the problem site. The diagnostic tool can be used with any circuit breaker, regardless of brand. The device also provides information such as the type and magnitude of the fault, and indicates how close an event is to causing an AFCI to trip.SIEMENS ENERGY & AUTOMATION
Milwaukee unveiled the 2276-21 M12 cordless laser Temp-Gun thermometer, which runs on the Li-ion system and is specifically tailored for electricians. The unit can safely measure temperatures between -40ºF to 1472°F, with a 40:1 distance-to-spot ratio. The thermometer was designed with embedded non-contact voltage detection and LED lights; it boasts a pistol grip, as well as over-moulding for increased durability and grip.CLICK HERE for VIDEOMILWAUKEE
Milwaukee introduced a voltage detector with worklight; it runs on AAA batteries and doubles as a mini-flashlight. The 3.5-in. long detector provides a range of 90-600vAC, and will attach to the mainframe of the Milwaukee laser temp-gun and digital multimeter to increase their usability.CLICK HERE for VIDEOMILWAUKEE
Milwaukee introduced clamp meters to its line of test & measurement products, with a feature set specifically tailored to electricians (and HVAC/R technicians). The 2237-20 boasts embedded non-contact voltage detection and LED worklights, frequency and true-rms measurements. The meter has a 1.3-in. jaw opening for large conductors, a thin jaw profile for tight spaces and a high-contrast, white-on-black display. Rated Cat III 600V. (Appears EBMag April 2010, Products)CLICK HERE for VIDEOMILWAUKEE
Milwaukee’s new test & measurement line-up includes the 2217-20 digital multimeter, with a feature set specifically tailored for electricians (and HVAC technicians), including true-rms functionality and Lo-Z measurement. It boasts over-moulding for increased durability and grip, a large white-on-black display for clearer readings, a slide rail system to add proprietary accessories, and over-moulded dial for one-handed use.MILWAUKEE
Milwaukee introduced the 2205-20 fork meter to its line of test and measurement products. It contains embedded non-contact voltage detection and LED worklights, and Lo-Z measurement to eliminate ghost voltage. The meter provides a 0.63-in. fork opening, 200A current range, a high-contrast, white-on-black display and true-RMS functionality. Specs include Cat III 1000V / Cat IV 600V.CLICK HERE for VIDEOMILWAUKEE
Milwaukee M12 Li-ion line-up includes a cordless Clamp-Gun clamp meter, boasting a high-contrast, white-on-black display for ease of use. The gun features a pistol-grip design to increase comfort in overhead applications, aligning the jaws and display to the user’s line of sight. The unit also provides a 1.57-in. jaw opening to handle wire bundles, a thin jaw profile for tight spaces and embedded non-contact voltage detection.MILWAUKEE
22 January 2010AFL Telecommunications introduced three new Noyes M700 models, including a long-range Quad OTDR launched at the BICSI 2010 Winter Conference. The three new models possess increased single-mode dynamic range, says AFL, and improved dead zones. The units are: dual wavelength single-mode OTDR (1310/1550nm 40/38 dB DR); triple wavelength single-mode OTDR (1310/1550/1625nm 40/38/38 dB DR; and quad wavelength OTDR (multimode 850/1300nm 24/24 dB and single-mode 39/37 dB DR). The single-mode M700 models are suitable for testing optical fibers in metro, FTTx and long-haul networks. The long-range Quad model is suited for DOT, campus and military networks.CLICK HERE for AFL Telecommunications.

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