SUBMARINE & BURIED CABLE TEST EQUIPMENT

Portable Short-Haul Submarine Cable Test Set Model 5910

Common test procedures which are associated with the location of cable fault such as "open circuits" and "shunt faults" are pre-programmed into the instrument. This allows the procedure to be carried out automatically therefore eliminating operator errors and reducing the uncertainty of fault position prediction.

Short Haul Submarine Cable Test Set Model 5910R (Rack Mount)

Common test procedures which are associated with the location of cable fault such as "open circuits" and "shunt faults" are pre-programmed into the instrument. This allows the procedure to be carried out automatically therefore eliminating operator errors and reducing the uncertainty of fault position prediction.

Electroding Generator Model 5915

The 5915 Tinsley Electroding Generator is intended as an aid to cable repair ships in locating and identifying telephone cables. The Electroding Generator energises the Submarine Cable with a low frequency sine wave signal of up to 500mA at 500 Volts peak to peak. The Electroding Generator is located in the terminal station normally nearest to the fault area and connected to the cable under test by means of two safety probes built-in the instrument.

Electroding Detector Model 5916

The Tinsley 5916 Electroding Detector is the ideal equipment for use on board ship when the electroding method is being employed for the detection of submarine cables buried or laid on the sea bed. This light weight and portable instrument can be mains powered or can operate for several hours from its own internal, rechargeable battery pack. Ideally suited for use with the Tinsley Electroding Generators, the 5916 will also operate with any generator operating in the frequency range 4 to 40Hz.

Beach Probe and Battery Powered Portable Electroding Detector Models 5917 and 5918

The 5917/5918 Electroding Probe and Detector system is a high gain low frequency selective Receiver/Amplifier to detect the electromagnetic field from a submarine cable energised by the Tinsley 5915 Electroding generator or similar. The 5917 Beach Probe and 5917D Divers Probe are inductive probes suitable for receiving 15 to 30Hz signals emanating from a suitably energised submarine cable.

Cable Termination Unit Type 5941

The Tinsley 5941 CTU is the ideal termination unit for non-repeatered submarine cables. It offers a simple method of selecting an open or short circuit condition and a safe means of discharging the cable. The unit is designed to enable the Test Engineer to safely and simply connect other Tinsley test instruments to the system for fault location and electroding.

Long Haul Submarine Cable Test Set Model 5903

The Tinsley 5903 Long Haul Submarine Cable Test Set brings the latest technology to the tried and tested DC methods of cable fault location for both repeatered and un-repeatered systems.

Submarine Cable Survey & Tracking System Model 5930 Mk II

The Tinsley 5916 Electroding Detector is the ideal equipment for use on board ship when the electroding method is being employed for the detection of submarine cables buried or laid on the sea bed. This light weight and portable instrument can be mains powered or can operate for several hours from its own internal, rechargeable battery pack. Ideally suited for use with the Tinsley Electroding Generators, the 5916 will also operate with any generator operating in the frequency range 4 to 40Hz.
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