T-602 Audio Frequency Transmitter

The audio frequency transmitter T-602 is especially designed for accurate locating of cable faults and joints using the twist method. T-602 generates a 1kHz audio frequency which is used to precisely pinpoint the position of low resistance faults. The unit can also determine the cable path by feeding a signal into the electrical conductor, which can be detected using the T-505 Pinpointer,


This method depends on the fact that the cores in underground cables are laid twisted. The T-602 is connected to the two faulted cores and its audio frequency signal passes down one core of the cable and returns via the fault path and the other core. The current produces a magnetic field with maxima and minima every half twist of the cores. As the T-505 search coil is moved along the route of the cable, this pattern can be detected, until the fault point is reached, when the signal becomes much smaller. Hence, the fault position is identified


  • Powerful audio frequency transmitter up to 20W.
  • Frequency 1 kHz, quartz stabilised.
  • Potential-free output.
  • 7 levels of output voltage
  • Indication of output current
  • Two working modes; continuous and Intermittent for selection under different field condition.
  • Automatic protection of overload and with high reliability.


  • Output power: 20W
  • output current: 2.8A±20%
  • Frequency: 1kHz Sine wave
  • Output voltage: In 7 steps: 4-7V/15-5V/ 30-40V/ 60-70V/ 90-100V/ 150-170V/ 200-230V
  • Operating modes: Continuous and Intermittent
  • Display: Output current
  • Output: Polarity terminals on panel
  • Power supply: AC 230V±10%, 50Hz±10%
  • Internal instrument protection: Over current limitation
  • Operating temperature: – 20 to + 40 ° C
  • Dimensions (w x h x d): 275 mm x255mm x 130mm
  • Weight: 2kg

Our products:
Cable Fault Location – T-P23 T-906 T-305E T-506 T-602 T-505 T-H200 T-S12 T-300 T-RM5000
Distribution Automation – PZG PZK-56 PZK-560K PZK-560Z
Power Utility – FTR-100 XC-2100E T-GPS
Switched Reluctance Motor – SRM/SRD