Mohr CT100B TDR Cable Analyzer High-Resolution TDR

High-Resolution TDR with Frequency-Domain Analysis!
Produktnummer: CT100B

MOHR CT100B TDR Cable Analyzers provide state‐of‐the‐art TDR measurements in a rugged portable package. These instruments are ideal for precision testing of all types of coaxial, twisted‐pair, and multiconductor cables in the field or the lab.

Industry's only high-resolution portable TDR - resolves connector detail (<1 cm)
(At least 8-10x sharper spatial resolution than competing TDR instruments (<200 ps rise time*); catch subtle changes before they cause system failure)

Industry's only portable TDR with frequency-domain measurements
(Return loss (S11), cable loss (S21))

Much faster and easier to use than VNA with much better distance-to-fault precision and accuracy
(NO range/resolution/bandwidth tradeoffs, NO calibration drift)

Industry's most accurate impedance measurements
(16-bit ADC, advanced calibration features)

Industry's most accurate cable length measurements
(80 μm (760 fs) cursor resolution, 6-digit VoP)

Industry's fastest intermittent fault detection
(250 KSPS, 500 Hz continuous full waveform capture)

Industry's only TDR exceeding all Tektronix® 1502C TDR specifications

New multicore CPU up to 300 times faster than the CT100
16 times more RAM memory than the CT100
Subpixel sampling --> every cable fault is visible at every scale
Arbitrary length waveforms up to 1.5 million points
Calibrated S-parameter measurements
Real-time frequency domain measurements
Return loss (S11)
Cable loss / insertion loss (S21)
S11 Between Cursors time-windows the feature of interest
Smith charts to simplify complex impedance matching problems
Normalized TDR traces with adjustable rise time
Optimized menu system to simply common tasks such as connecting to CT Viewer and scanning cables
New on-screen help library
Tests all types of cable and connectors
Coaxial cable
Twisted-pair cable
Multiconductor cable (e.g. MIL-STD-1553B, MIL-STD-38999)
Detects subtle partial faults, opens, shorts, kinks, taps, shield damage, thermal damage, sunlight/UV damage, water ingress, loosened or corroded interconnects, poor-quality cables and connectors.
Aging Aircraft
CATV, Power, Telephony
Naval / Marine
Wireless Infrastructure
PCB Characterization
Soil Moisture, Geophysics