The Fluke Networks 635-1 QuickBERT-T1 portable verification test meter with cable kit transmits common bit error rate test (BERT) patterns, provides automatic tests, and monitors live T1...
The Fluke Networks 635-1 QuickBERT-T1 portable verification test meter with cable kit transmits common bit error rate test (BERT) patterns, provides automatic tests, and monitors live T1 traffic and signals. It analyzes the configuration and performance of T1 facilities and supports full, unframed, and fractional T1 (56K and 64K). It transmits common BERT patterns and all common loop codes, including HDSL, to monitor and test T1 bit error performance and signal transmission. It provides automatic tests to evaluate the framing type, line coding, and BERT patterns on an incoming signal for facility verification and troubleshooting. It monitors live traffic and evaluates T1 signaling and frame synchronization status, alarm conditions, density violations, framing loss, and error conditions, to help solve transmission problems. The device can output test results to a printer for records storage and review via an RS-232 cable. This T1 tester is used by network and telecommunication engineers when installing, testing, and analyzing T1 lines for use in telephone and high-speed digital services.The 635 QuickBERT-T1 is equipped with a primary T1 receiver for testing low-level signals, a secondary reference receiver for analysis of network synchronization and timing, and a T1 transmitter. It has a 4 x 20 LCD screen with adjustable contrast to display navigation and test results. It comes with two bantam-to-bantam cables, two bantam-to-310 cables, two bantam-to-alligato r clip cables, and one bantam-to-RJ48 cable, an RS-232 cable, an AC power adapter, a universal hanger, hook-and-loop straps, a magnet, a trimmer tool, a carrying case, and instructions. SpecificationsSup ported T1Full, unframed, fractional (56K and 64K)Primary T1 receiver rangeBridge: 6dB to -36dB; Term: 6dB to -36dB; Monitor: -15dB to -24dBReference T1 receiver range0dB to -36dBSupported BERT patternsQRSS, 1 in 7, 2 in 8, 3 in 24, all 0's, all 1's, 1:1, NET55, OCT55, DALY55, user-defined (default = 1:16)T1 Transmitter outputLine codes: AMI or B8ZS; Framing: none, D4, ESF, SLC 96ConnectorsRx T1 receiver term/monitor/brid ge bantam jack, reference T1 receiver bantam jack, Tx T1 transmitter bantam jack, 3.5mm stereo headphone plugDisplay4 x 20 LCDData outputRS-232 serial interfacePower sourceNickel metal hydride (NiMH) battery packWeight1 lb. 10 oz./0. 7kgDimensions9 x 5 x 1.75 inches (H x W x D)H is height, the vertical distance from the lowest to highest point; W is width, the horizontal distance from left to right; D is depth, the horizontal distance from front to back. Access network conditioning instruments are portable devices for troubleshooting and testing telecommunication s networks, including copper cable or T1 lines. An access network comprises the cabling infrastructure that connects telephone subscribers to the immediate telephone service provider. Devices test the ability of the network to support telephone services and high-speed digital services, such as DSL. They can help locate problems, or faults, in the cables or in the signal transmission that prevent the network from working efficiently. Cabling contractors, installers, and telecommunication s engineers use access network conditioning instruments to install and maintain telecommunication access networks that connect subscribers to service providers.Fluke Networks, a division of Fluke Corporation, manufactures tools and software for network deployment, performance management, and troubleshooting. The company, founded in 1992, is headquartered in Everett, WA.What's in the Box?Fluke Networks 635 QuickBERT T1 test set(2) bantam-to-bantam cables(2) bantam-to-310 cables(2) bantam-to-alligato r clip cablesBantam-to-RJ 48 cableRS-232 cableAC power adapterUniversal hangerHook-and-loo p strapsMagnetTrimm er toolCarrying caseInstructions