This test set is the complete solution necessary
for the installer to test, terminate, trouble
shoot and document fiber optic systems.
This detector is only necessary for larger
cores. The test
set is designed to allow testing of all
parameters of fiber optic networks, including
output power levels from the fiber, coupled
source power and attenuation loss in a fiber.
The test set includes the following products:
meter is a general-purpose power meter suitable for a both
premise and outside plant applications. The meter is suitable
for both single-mode and multimode applications, depending on
the source which is used.The
meter measures optical power, loss (attenuation) and optical
return loss. The meter is calibrated at industry standard
wavelengths (NIST traceable). The zero reference function is
ideal for testing fiber optic cables in dB, the reference value
is saved in the power meter.
The Sensor size is 3mm.
A universal 2,5 mm universal
adapter with a threaded housing is included, other adapters are
also available as an accessory. Due to the backlight the data is
always visible. The meter is delivered in a
protective rubber boot.
The sender is for premises and campus cabling networks with
multimode fiber or for single-mode fibers up to 5 km at 1300 nm.
The connector output can be adapted to any cable plant with
hybrid adapters or hybrid cables. This unit is easy to operate
with only a wavelength/power switch, which selects optical
wavelengths or disables the unit. The light source is designed
for performing insertion loss measurements on fiber optic links
when used with an optical power meter. Whether testing outside
plant or premise an optical source is the perfect tool when
combinated with an optical power meter. The output is stabilized
to ensure accurate test results per current TIA/EIA
requirements. The wavelengths are individually adjustable with a
mechanical screw to have a variable attenuator or to reduce the
output power. This make it able to save battery power when high
optical output power is not necessary, or to turn up the power
to test long runs. The sender is delivered in a protective