open, modular egress and ingress monitoring solution

Portable Ingress Radio Transmitter ITX2

Portable Ingress Radio Transmitter
(ITX2)

The ITX2 is a portable ingress radio transmitter that precisely locates ingress problems. Transmitting a low-power test signal in the upstream cable bandwidth, it can be used as a mobile find-and-fix tool or it can be connected to the ARD4 to automatically locate ingress problems when driving in the operator’s territory as part of the technician’s daily work routine.

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Specifications
TECHNICAL Details
Transmitter type DBPSK
Frequency range 6.78 MHz or 27.12 MHz, set at factory
Bandwidth 30 KHz
Radiated power Maximum: -8 dBm
Antenna connector BNC 50 Ω
Transmitted data 68 bits
Transmission duration 8 ms
Transmission interval 100 ms
Communication port USB type A
ELECTRICAL Details
Power Inputs: +12 VDC 1.2 A max
+7.2 VDC lithium ion battery pack of 2000 mAh ~ 0.3 A
AC battery charger Input: 100-240 V ~ 50-60 Hz 0.7 A
Output: +12 VDC 1.66 A
Transient overvoltage II
Rated pollution degree 2
Main supply voltage fluctuations Up to ±10% of the nominal voltage
Operating time 6 hours nominal on battery power
Operating temperature -20˚ to +40˚ C / -4˚ to +104˚ F
Storage temperature -20˚ to +45˚ C / -4˚ to +113˚ F
Recommended use Indoor use or outdoor use without exposing to direct sunshine or wet location
Altitude Up to 2,000 m (6,560 ft)
Maximum relative humidity 80% for temperatures up to 31˚ C (88˚ F) decreasing linearly to 50% relative humidity at 40˚ C (104˚ F)
PHYSICAL Details
Dimensions [H x W x D] 19.5 cm x 8.6 cm x 4.5 cm / 7.7” x 3.4” x 1.8”
Weight 550 g / 19 oz

* Specifications subject to change without prior notice.

 

ORDERING INFO P/N
ITX2 - Portable ingress radio transmitter @ 6.78 MHz 150-00026-100
ITX2 - Portable ingress radio transmitter @ 27.12 MHz 150-00027-100
RELATED ITEMS P/N
IRX1 - Head-end ingress receiver @ 6.78 MHz 150-00025-100
IRX1 - Head-end ingress receiver @ 27.12 MHz 150-00024-100
ARD4 - Autonomous recording device 150-00020-100

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