Drop cable shutoff device

Oct. 1, 1997
DropCheck meets proposed nec requirements for an automatic shutoff device for powered telephony coaxial drop cable. The device can be used on buried drop cable where 60-hertz powering voltages exceed the UL low-voltage safety limit and where the drop is buried less than 18 inches. DropCheck is housed in two separate units--a monitoring/switching unit and a terminating unit. The device resets the power once the cable is reconnected or properly repaired.

DropCheck meets proposed nec requirements for an automatic shutoff device for powered telephony coaxial drop cable. The device can be used on buried drop cable where 60-hertz powering voltages exceed the UL low-voltage safety limit and where the drop is buried less than 18 inches. DropCheck is housed in two separate units--a monitoring/switching unit and a terminating unit. The device resets the power once the cable is reconnected or properly repaired.

Norscan Inc.

Conover, NC

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