The LST-1700 Home Wiring Test Kit (HWTK) helps identify and locate potential problems with home wiring prior to activating new advanced digital services. The Acterna CLI-1750, used in conjunction with the Model LST-1700 Signal Transmitter, helps identify and locate potential problems with the distribution network and home wiring prior to activating these new services. The Wavetek / Acterna CLI-1750 and Acterna / JDSU LST-1700 are compact home wiring testers capable of measuring not only routine power levels, but also digital average power, leakage, frequency domain reflectometry (FDR), and sweep, which can be useful for a wide range of trouble shooting from installation to characterizing existing wire. The instruments superior user interface and performance can reduce the installation time and repair cost.
- Complete solution for installers eliminating the need for multiple meters or testers
- Combination signal level meter, leakage meter, and home wiring tester
- Easy-to-use, portable, and economical
- Comprehensive tests to verify the quality of an installation
- Icon-based user interface for ease of operation in all languages
Viavi Solutions LST-1700 Features
- Signal Scan mode shows all channel levels at once
- digiCheck(TM) digital signal average power measurement option
- Sweep and FDR mode finds cable, component, and craftsmanship-related faults
- Frequency agile leakage detection and measurement
- Pass/fail check ensures FCC compliance and reduces subscriber call-backs
Viavi Solutions LST-1700 Applications
- Signal levels are checked to verify proper levels arriving at the tap and at the house.
- Frequency response is measured to verify proper losses and to uncover any roll-off or sharp changes in response.
- Frequency Domain Reflectometry test (FDR) reveals precise location of sources of reflections and degree of severity.
- Reverse Ingress Scan test shows the presence of noise, or ingress, generated in the house that hampers reverse communication for all customers sharing the node.
- Leakage test finds potential points of ingress, as the source may not be in operation while the installer is at the house.