Fluke Networks 50801009 TS44 PRO Telephone Test Set with Angled Bed-of-Nails and Piercing Pin Clips Reviews




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  1. radtastic says:
    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    No fancy LCD screens, but super durable!, July 12, 2010
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    radtastic (USA) –

    This review is from: Fluke Networks 50801009 TS44 PRO Telephone Test Set with Angled Bed-of-Nails and Piercing Pin Clips (Personal Computers)
    This is the test set of choices for many RBOCs (Verizon, Qwest, etc.) I found out why, after I bought mine 5 years ago. I put this set through so many abuses, drops, and bumps. It has fallen off of ladders, and hit the pavement. It’s also been in severe rain storms, and winter conditions. This set is designed to last, take a beating, and just keep going.

    I did however break the clip mount on the top with one particular drop. That’s no problem though, since the clip can mount on both sides. It’s better used at the bottom anyhow, so you can use the speaker, and dial from your belt.

    This set has a two way speakerphone too, which is great, if you need to take some notes, or wait on hold. It also is Data Safe, with filtering, so you can have no worries of interrupting DSL signals. The voltage tester also comes in handy. It has LO/HI indicators. If you see the HI, then it’s a good indication of a high cap circuit, or something with a bit of extra voltage going across. The ABN/PP is the best part of the whole deal. If you’re not familiar with ABN, it’s a bet of nails that penetrate insulation to get into the copper, for test access. When removed, the holes self heal, and no exposure occurs (i.e. doesn’t open up the wire for future corrosion issues)

    In short, if you want a test set that will work for years to come, get this. I have a Tempo ID’R for my Caller ID testing. They unfortunately don’t seem to make them any more, but mine is working fine. If you’re worried about caller ID, I’d just recommend getting a separate box for testing.

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