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4.Applying the Signal: The Dyna-Coupler Method
EOther Transmitted Signal Sources
6.Choosing Trace Modes
7.One Touch Gain Adjust
8.Locating Techniques
D.Identifying a Cable by Depth-Current Measurement
ETracing Currents
9.External DC Power and 5 Watt Output
AExternal DC Power
B5 Watt output
3.Applying Signal to Telephone Cable: Direct Connect Method
4.Applying Signal to Telephone Cable: Dyna-Coupler Method
5.Locating Slack Loops and Butt Splices
6.Locating Unknown Laterals
7.Locating Cables from Pedestals
8.Locating Service Drops
9.Locating an Open End
10.Identifying Cables
11.Pair Identification
12.Locating Splits
A.Can the Fiber Be Traced?
13.Fiber Optic Locating
B.Applying the Trace Signal
Attaching at the Splice Point
Attaching at CO or Remote Terminal Office
C.Tracing the Fiber Optic Cable
2.Applying Signal to Power Cables: Direct Connect Method
A.Applying Signal to the Transformer
B.Applying Signal at the Meter
3.Applying Signal to Power Cables: Induction Method
C.Applying Signal to De-Energized Secondaries
4.Applying Signal to Power Cables: Dyna-Coupler Method
A.Applying Signal to Primary Cables
B.Applying Signal to Secondary Cables
5.Identifying Slack Loops
6.Identifying A Cable Open End
7.Identifying Primary Power Cables
8.Locating Open Concentric Neutrals
9.Locating Buried Streetlight Cables
2.Applying Signal to CATV Cables: Induction Method
3.Applying Signal to CATV Cables: Direct-Connect Method
4.Applying Signal to CATV Cables: Dyna-Coupler Method
5.Locating Cable Slack Loops
6.Locating Cables from Pedestals
2.Applying Signal to Pipe: Induction Method
3.Applying Signal to Pipe: Direct-Connect Method
A.Direct-Connect Method on Tracer Wires
4.Apply Signal to Pipe: Dyna-Coupler Method
5.Locating Non metallic Pipe
6.Locating Pipe with Impressed Cathodic Protection
2.Locating Sheath Faults
A.Locating Faults Near Pedestals
B.Locating Faults Under Pavement
Perpendicular Method
Triangulation Method
Extended Frame Methods
C.Finding a Fault without Tracing the Cable Path
D.Multiple Faults
3.Locating Aerial Faults
4.Locating Earth Faults Near the Meter Box
5.Locating Earth Faults in Secondary Cable
2.Locating the Active Duct Probe
3.Determining the Depth of the ADP
A.Determining ADP Depth with 500A/573A Cable Locators
4.Locating Blockage or Collapsed Ducts
5.Locating Sewer Pipe Problems Using a Video Camera
6.Locating a Flushing Hose Nozzle
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573A Cable and Pipe Locating

573A Cable and Pipe Locating

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