Toronto, Canada – GAO Comm(www.GAOComm.com) is offering its compact telecom line tester. It is specially designed for line maintenance and construction.

Toronto, Canada – GAO Comm(www.GAOComm.com) is offering its compact telecom line tester. It is specially designed for line maintenance and construction.

This compact telecom line tester, model A0080003, features a compact size, low voltage warning, auto power off and energy-saving design. It incorporates the functions of a telephone set, a circuit performance tester and a security tester, which makes it a comprehensive device for detecting line errors. This telecom line tester performs last number dialed and caller ID display, twisted pair as well as multi-line test testing. It has an insulation test range of 0 to 40 MΩ at a maximum distance of 2 km. It provides FSK and DTMF which meets the GB/T 15279-94 standard. In addition, it is configured with a large high resolution LCD screen to display line voltage and insulation test results and a chargeable 9 V Ni-MH battery.

This compact telecom line tester belongs to GAO’s family of Telecom Line Testers. This line also includes communication cable fault testerwhich integrates the functions of an OTDR, ohmmeter, megohmmeter and automatic bridge and is widely used by technicians to accurately locate faults in the field, for acceptance and maintenance of lines, inspection of cable electrical characteristics and detection of faults such as breakage, misconnection, water absorption, and poor insulation and small size cable fault locatorwhich uses TDR technology and performs fault distance location, pulse testing, cable line fault testing, wave shape comparison and data record testing.

For sales inquiries please contact:

1-877 585-9555 ext. 601 – Toll Free (USA & Canada)

1-416 292-0038 ext. 601 – All Other Areas

sales@gaocomm.com

About GAO Comm

GAO Comm (www.GAOComm.com) is an international leading provider of communication test instruments, equipment for the installation, testing and maintenance of communications infrastructures.