Visual Fault Locator
|Visual Fault Locator is equipped with a 650 nm high power visible laser diode, which can be operated in CW (continuous) or MOD (1 Hz modulation) mode. There are two LED indicators, RED and GREEN: The RED one shows the operating mode of the Laser Diode output signal, and the GREEN one indicates low battery level. FFL-200 series are housed in a pocket-size, rugged brass casing, and comes with a carrying pouch while FFL-300 series are in a card-style compact design.
Features & Benefits
|Optical Power Meter|
|The FTM-200 and OT-2500 are a range of optical power meters covering spectral range from 820 nm to 1625 nm; ideal for both single-mode and multimode fiber checkouts. They are simple to use, lightweight, and traceable to NIST and NML metrology standards.|
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|Laser Light Source|
|The FTM-300 series of laser source is designed with three principles: simplicity, versatility, and adaptability. The output laser power is stabilized by sampling a fraction of the output (roughly 10%) to an internal photo-diode which in turn serves as a feedback to regulate the laser current.
The outstanding design feature is transparent to the user whose only concern is to entrust a stable optical power for both single-mode and multimode fiber testing: splicing, connector loss, cable acceptance, fiber attenuation, and other LAN, FDDI, and ISDN network checkups.
The straightforward control panel is easy to use. With the rugged carrying case, together with FTM-200 power meters, it is ideal for field worksFeatures & Benefits
|OTDR (Optical Time Domain Reflectometer)|
|The USB OTDR is a compact, cost-effective, plug-and-play Optical Time-domain Reflectometer (OTDR). It is designed as a green PC Peripheral for optical measurement. With fieldwork in mind, USB OTDR is an ideal equipment for optical fiber installation, maintenance, field construction, and other on-site fault-locations analysis.
The OTDR unit is designed to operate with a personal computer, a notebook PC, or any other computer running Windows 98, 2000 or above. A USB cable connects the USB OTDR to the computer. The supplied application (AP) program sends OTDR command from the computer to the unit and gets data back through the USB port. The USB OTDR is powered through the USB port, AC/DC adaptor, or a rechargeable Li-ion battery pack.Applications
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