SAC Electronics

F-Type Coaxial Cable Tester

F-Type Coaxial Cable Tester
SAC Electronics

F-Type Coaxial Cable Tester

F' Type Cable Tester with AAA Battery.

A small and robust coax cable tester, with detachable tone detector.

Ideal for testing RG6 coax cable, CT100 Copper cable.

This unit is a cable continuity tester for identifying coax cables in MDU.

Many high quality splitters used for MDU applications are short circuits to DC.

If these splitters are in the cable line the LED will light up.

Comes complete with female 'F' type adapter, instructions and AAA 1.5v battery.


  • Short Circuit LED
  • Male 'F' type push on fitting
  • Female 'F' plug attachment
  • Detachable tone detector
  • Easy to replace AAA battery


F-Type Coaxial Cable Tester

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SAC F-Type cable tester can check for:

Open circuits: This means that there is a break in the cable somewhere, and the signal cannot pass through.

Short circuits: This means that the two conductors in the cable are touching somewhere, which can cause problems with the signal.

Faulty connections: This can be caused by loose connectors or corrosion.

Signal strength: Some testers can also measure the strength of the signal passing through the cable.

If the tester detects a problem, it will usually alert you with a sound or light.

F-Type cable testers are a relatively inexpensive and easy-to-use tool that can be very helpful for troubleshooting problems with your TV aerial or satellite dish. They are powered by AAA batteries, so you don't need to worry about finding a plug socket.

Here are some things to keep in mind when using an F-Type cable tester:

Make sure that the connectors on the tester are clean and free of corrosion.

Connect the tester to the cable as tightly as possible.

If the tester detects a problem, try to isolate the problem by testing different sections of the cable.

If you are not sure how to use the tester, consult the instructions that came with it.