Microtest MT350 Scanner

Microtest MT350 Scanner 20 MHz
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Microtest MT350
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Specifications
The Microtest MT350 Scanner provides you with fully functional 20 MHz testing. With a comprehensive one-step Autotest, you can troubleshoot your UTP (Categories 1-4) or STP for Near-End Crosstalk (NEXT), Attenuation, Noise, Length and DC Resistance. The Microtest MT350 Scanner can also test your coaxial cable for common problems including: Resistance, Length, Noise and can identify impedance mismatches.
 
  • US Part #8100-01
  • Europe #8100-02
  • Europe with French documents #8100-03
  • Europe with German documents #8100-04
  • Europe with Spanish documents #8100-05
  • UK #8100-06
  • Australia #8100-07
  • Japan #8100-08
  • 110V Transformer #8100-11
  • 110V Transformer with Spanish documents #8100-09
  • 110V Transformer with French documents #8100-10
 
Microtest MT350 Specs
Measurement Ports:
  • BNC, RJ-45 (10Base-T and Token Ring)
  • All four pairs supported and fully operational for all functions

 

Serial Port:
  • Connector and cable: DB-9.Baud rate: 300 to 19,200 baud
  • Parity: EVEN/ODD/NONE
  • Protocol: XON/XOFF, TRS/CTS

 

Length:
  • Coaxial: Range 20 to 4,000 feet
  • Twisted pair: Range 20 to 2,000 feet
  • Accuracy: + 4% plus NVP uncertainty, detects open/short faults, resolution 2 feet

 

ear-End Crosstalk (NEXT):
  • Tests all 6 pair combinations
  • User-programmable frequency range from 0.2 to 20 MHz, in steps equal to 100 KHz range +60 to 0 dB
  • Accuracy (12-78 pair): +1.5dB from -40 to 0 dB, +2dB from -50dB to -40dB, +3dB from -60dB to -50dB
  • Resolution: 0.1dB
  • Determines worst case NEXT for all 6 pair combinations

 

Signal Attenuation:
  • Range: -50 to 0 dB
  • Accuracy: +1.5dB from -40 to 0 dB, +2dB from 50dB to -40dB
  • Resolution: 0.1dB
  • Determines worst case attenuation on all four pairs over user programmable range, including 256KHz, 512KHz, 768KHz, 1MHz, 2MHz, 4MHz, 5MHz, 8MHz, 10MHz, 16MHz and 20MHz
  • Uses one-way test as specified by IEEE/EIA