OPTOKON

Test Equipment

The OPTOKON range of high quality handheld test and measurement instruments enables fiber optic technicians and engineers to reduce work times and improve performance by using compact, portable top quality tools. Lightweight, easy to learn and use, these top selling instruments include power meters, light sources and loss test sets in both standard and ruggedized versions.

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PM-215-G(L)

Two functions: Portable power meter and USB probe – accessory of Testing Workplace
The PM-215-G(L) optical power meter is a small, pocket size low cost item. The small size does not prevent the optical meter fulfilling all technical requirements for field equipment. The tester can be used as pocket power meter or as USB probe, part of testing workstation.  It can be placed within rack mount ODF’s with the display on the top or on the side. The Li-Pol rechargeable battery ensures long term working time with a minimum life time of 2 years. The unit is able to store 100 measurements which can be uploaded to PC and managed with SmartProtocol software or Data Exporter.

LS-215-G Pocket optical light source

The LS-215-G optical Light Source is a small size low cost item which fulfils all necessary technical field equipment requirements. Available of working wavelengths 850/1300 for multimode or 1310/1550 nm single mode applications or a visible 650 nm laser source. The rechargeable battery ensures long term working with a minimum life time of 2 years. Batteries can be charged via a USB port or external AC/DC adaptor. The universal output port allows the easy installation of optical adaptors FC, SC, ST or LC widely used in telecommunications, data and industry networks. The output port is designed for connection of PC polished connectors. The LS-215-G light source can be used in cooperation with the PM-215, the same smallest design optical power meter for measurement of Insertion loss and evaluation of power budget in optical networks.  The tester is equipped with USB port – for battery charging and for PC control.
 

PM-215-MPO Pocket optical power meter USB probe

The PM-215-MPO optical power meter is a small, pocket size low cost item. The small size does not prevent the optical meter fulfilling all technical requirements for field equipment. The tester can be used as pocket power meter or as USB probe, part of testing workstation. The unit can be easily carried in the pocket or on the belt. 
There are two versions for simultaneous measurement:
12/24 multifiber MPO/MTP connectors
16/32 multifiber MPO/MTP connectors
The Li-Pol rechargeable battery ensures long term working time with a minimum life time of 2 years. The unit is able to store 100 measurements which can be uploaded to PC and managed with SmartProtocol software or Data Exporter.
 

PM-212 Pocket optical power meter - USB probe

The PM 212 optical power meter is a small, pocket size low cost item. The small size does not prevent the optical meter fulfilling all technical requirements for field equipment. The tester can be used as pocket power meter or as USB probe, part of testing workstation.  It can be placed within rack mount ODF’s with the display on the top or on the side. The Li-Pol rechargeable battery ensures long term working time with a minimum life time of 2 years. The unit is able to store 100 measurements which can be uploaded to PC and managed with SmartProtocol software or Data Exporter.

PM-212-MPO Pocket optical power meter USB probe

The PM-212-MPO optical power meter is a small, pocket size low cost item. The small size does not prevent the optical meter fulfilling all technical requirements for field equipment. The tester can be used as pocket power meter or as USB probe, part of testing workstation. The unit can be easily carried in the pocket or on the belt. 
There are two versions for simultaneous measurement:
12/24 multifiber MPO/MTP connectors
16/32 multifiber MPO/MTP connectors

The Li-Pol rechargeable battery ensures long term working time with a minimum life time of 2 years. The unit is able to store 100 measurements which can be uploaded to PC and managed with SmartProtocol software or Data Exporter.

PM-212-MTP-GE Multifiber optical power meter

The PM-212-MTP-GE optical power meter is designed to measure absolute or relative optical power in optical networks terminated with multifiber MTP/MPO connectors. Because of use the large scale Ge photodiode the tester can measure overall optical power level from all fibers of MTP/MPO connectors in wide wavelength range. 
There are two versions for simultaneous measurement:
12/24 multifiber MPO/MTP connectors
16/32 multifiber MPO/MTP connectors

The memory capacity allows storage and uploading of up to 100 measurements including memory position or fiber number, wavelength, absolute value or relative value and insertion loss. The SmartProtocol PC evaluation software supports memory download, test report generation and Data Exporter for data download to Excel sheet.
The rechargeable battery ensures long term working with a minimum service life of 2 years. Batteries can be charged via a USB port or external AC/DC adaptor. The controlled charging process ensures optimal battery status and extended operation time.

PM-212-SI3 Pocket optical power meter USB probe

The PM-212-SI3 optical power meter is a small, pocket size low cost tester. The small size does not prevent the optical meter fulfilling all technical requirements for field equipment. The tester can be used as pocket power meter or as USB probe, part of testing workstation. The tester is equipped with 3.6 mm Si photodetector, working area 13 mm2 designed for measurement of multimode  fibers. The input interface is equipped with changeable ASP adapters, which allow connection of wide range multimode connectors. The standard tester is designed for measurement at 850/980 nm, extended wavelength range 850/880/910/940 nm is available.

The Li-Pol rechargeable battery ensures long term working time with a minimum life time of 2 years. The unit is able to store 100 measurements which can be uploaded to PC and evaluated with SmartProtocol software or Data Exporter.

PM-212-CWDM Pocket optical power meter USB probe

The PM-212-CWDM optical power meter is a small, pocket size low cost item. The small size does not prevent the optical meter fulfilling all technical requirements for field equipment. The tester can be used as pocket power meter or as USB probe, part of testing workstation. The unit can be easily carried in the pocket or on the belt. It allows simultaneous measurement of full CWDM band with 2 extra wavelengths for MM applications (850 and 1300 nm) and 1625 nm for SM. The Li-Pol rechargeable battery ensures long term working time with a minimum life time of 2 years. The unit is able to store 100 measurements which can be uploaded to PC and managed with SmartProtocol software or Data Exporter.

PM-800-G(L) optical Power Meter

The PM-800-G and PM-800-GL are members of OPTOKON test equipment family designed for thorough fiber optic line diagnostic. Both are designed to  measure absolute or relative optical power in optical networks. It can be used as portable power meter or as a USB probe. The changeable adaptor design allows the simple exchange of optical connectors according actual need.

Automatic wavelength detection
Automatic wavelength detection (AWD) mode allows using OPTOKON Light source and Power meter without manually switching the measured wavelength and decreases the possibility of faulty measurement.

LS-800 – Light Source

The LS-800 is OPTOKON test equipment designed for thorough fiber line diagnostics. The light source is available in various wavelengths. The model with one or two outputs with two light sources on each port provides a maximum of 4 wavelengths in one device. The changeable adaptor design allows the simple exchange of optical connectors according to actual needs. 
Automatic wavelength detection
The automatic wavelength detection (AWD) mode enables to use the OPTOKON Light Source and Power Meter without manually switching the measured wavelength and prevents faulty measurement. 
Cycle mode
The cycle mode allows the device to automatically toggle between available wavelengths.

PM-830-FTTX Optical power meter

The PM-830-FTTX optical power meter is designed for simultaneous measurement and display of all signals – voice, data and video. The tester can be used as portable power meter or as USB probe, part of testing workstation. The FTTX tester is also perfect for testing PON services during activation and maintenance. The memory capacity allows storage and uploading of up to 2000 measurements. The stored data can be easily exported to Excel, Word or any other application.
Two versions of PM-830-FTTX meter available:
Single port:
The version with one input port - designed for measurement at end sides of optical lines, it requires disconnection the active device from the optical lines for measurements.
Dual port:
The version with two optical ports - the dual port tester with IN/OUT optical ports allows measurements of uninterrupted optical lines with the connected active device, pass-through testing mode. The PM-830-G1 tester is optimized for testing of standards GEPON (Gigabit EPON) and GPON, transmission speed upstream up to 1.25 Gbps. The 1310 nm channel provides correct power measurements of burst type upstream PON signals The changeable connector/adaptor design allows the simple exchange of optical PC or APC connectors (FC, SC) and easy cleaning of the output connector ferrule after removing the connector adaptor. LC/PC and LC/APC are also available.

LS-830-FTTX Optical light source

The LS-830-FTTX optical Light Source is designed for simultaneous testing of three wavelengths on optical lines, especially in FTTH-PON projects. It combines 1310 nm, 1550 nm and 1490 nm output wavelengths at one output port. In cooperation with PM-830-FTTX power meter it allows simultaneously measurement and display of all three wavelengths. If required it is possible to measure at one or two wavelengths. 
The changeable connector/adaptor design allows the simple exchange of optical PC or APC connectors (FC, SC or ST) and easy cleaning of the output connector ferrule after removing the connector adaptor. LC/PC and LC/APC are also available.
 

PM-240-MTP Multifiber Optical Power Meter

The PM-240-MTP optical power meter is designed to measure absolute or relative optical power in optical networks terminated with 12/241 multifiber MTP/MPO connectors, in both SM and MM fibers. The tester can measure simultanously optical power level in all up to 12 fibers of MTP/MPO connectors, it can recognize “live” and “dark” fibers. It eliminates the need of fan-out from multi to single fiber connectors. Together with LS-240-MTP light source can measure Insertion loss in all 12 fibers at same time, in addition it is able to to check the polarity status of fibers interconnection between both MTP connectors. The input port ensures interconnection between measured MTP/MPO connector and 12/24 photodetectors. Due to physical contact between connectors the cleanness of both is required, preferably the visual check before measurement is suitable. 
The internal memory allows measurement storage and uploading of more than 500x 12-fibers cables including cable and fiber number, wavelength, absolute value or insertion loss. The Data Exporter software allows the user to export stored data to Excel sheet, or other applications.
The rechargeable Li-Pol battery ensures long term operation with a minimum service life of 2 years. Batteries can be charged via a USB port.

LS-240-MTP Multifiber Optical Light Source

The LS-240-MTP multifiber optical Light Source is designed for testing of patchcords and cables terminated with multifiber MTP/MPO connectors. The portable testing device  fulfils all necessary technical field equipment requirements. LS-240-MTP can send light one by one into all 12/241 fibers of MTP/MPO connectors, the switching process can be made manually or automatically. 
Together with PM-240-MTP power meter can measure Insertion loss in all 12 fibers at same time, in addition it is able to to check the polarity status of fibers interconnection between both MTP connectors. The output port is based on standard MTP male – pins connector.
The rechargeable battery ensures long term working with a minimum life time of 2 years. Batteries can be charged via a USB port. 
 

OFT-820 Loss Test Set

The OFT-820 series optical Loss Test Set combines two optical test equipments – Light Source and Power Meter in the same box. The optical Light Source fulfills all the necessary technical requirements for field equipment. Available in various working wavelengths combinations: 850, 1300, 1310, 1490, 1550 and 1625 nm. The optical Power Meter is designed to measure absolute or relative optical power in optical networks. 
The memory capacity allows storage and uploading of up to 3000 measurements including memory position or fiber number, wavelength, absolute value or relative value and insertion loss. The SmartProtocol PC evaluation software supports memory download, test report generation and Data Exporter for data download to Excel sheet.  The rechargeable battery ensures long term working with a minimum life time of 5 years.

OFT-820-POF series Plastic optical fiber - Loss Test Set

The OFT-820-POF series Loss Test Set is designed for POF – Plastic Optical Fiber network testing. It combines two optical test equipment – Light Source and Power Meter in the same box. The tester can be used as portable power meter or as USB probe, part of testing workstation. The optical Light Source fulfills all the necessary technical requirements for field POF network measurements. The source sends optical light into output interface, available in working wavelengths 650 nm and 850 nm. The optical Power Meter is designed to measure absolute or relative optical power in POF networks. The memory capacity allows storage and uploading of up to 3000 measurements including memory position or fiber number, wavelength, absolute value or relative value and insertion loss. The SmartProtocol PC evaluation software supports memory download, test report generation and Data Exporter for data download to Excel sheet. The rechargeable battery ensures long term working with a minimum life time of 2 years. The removable and changeable IN/OUT adapters allow easy maintenance and cleaning of both ports, making the tester to be universal in wide range of application with various POF connectors. Design of both input and output adapters is the same.

OFT-840 Loss Test Set with RL

The OFT-840 series optical Loss Test Set with optical Return Loss (RL) combines optical Light Source, Power Meter and Return Loss testing in the same box. The optical Light Source fulfills all the necessary technical requirements for field equipment. Available in two working wavelengths: 1310 or 1550 nm. The optical Power Meter is designed to measure absolute or relative optical power in optical networks. The optical RL function provides extended measurement range with improved linearity. The memory capacity allows storage and uploading of up to 3000 measurements including memory position or fiber number, wavelength, absolute value or relative value and insertion loss. The SmartProtocol PC evaluation software supports memory download, test report generation and Data Exporter for data download to Excel sheet. 

OFT-850 SMPTE Hybrid Cable Test Set

The OFT-850 set consists of SMPTE SOURCE and SMPTE TESTER unit. The hybrid cable tester is designed for testing of loss in optical fibers and checking of continuity of copper pairs in hybrid cables. It combines optical light source on one side, optical power meter on other side and copper wires checker. It is ideal for testing large spaces of LEMO SMPTE Hybrid System for Broadcast Infrastrucutre Networks. The ruggedized aluminium case makes the unit ideal for field operation. The memory capacity allows storage and uploading of more than 1000 measurements including cable number, result of metalic wires check and optical power value or insertion loss. The tester supports memory download and test report generating. The Lithium rechargeable battery ensures long term working with minimal operation costs.

OFT-855D SMPTE Hybrid Cable Checker Set

The OFT-855D set consists of SMPTE Tester and SMPTE Remote unit – Loopback. The hybrid cable checker is designed for for testing of optical power level in optical fibers and continuity of copper pairs in hybrid cables. It combines optical light source, optical detector and copper wires checker. The Tester is equipped with Display. The Remote unit is just a passive Loopback. It is ideal for testing large spaces of SMPTE Hybrid System for Broadcast Infrastructure Networks. The ruggedized aluminium case makes the unit ideal for field operation. The Lithium rechargeable battery ensures long term working with minimal operation costs.

VSP-03 Visible Pen - Laser Diode

The Visible Pen is used to check or identify singlemode and multimode optical fibers & components. The universal adapter is suitable for every 2.5 mm or 1.25 mm fiber optic connector. The small, compact and handy housing makes the device suitable for daily use.

FOI-400W - Fiber Optic Microscope WiFi Version

The fiber end face inspector is designed for ferrule end face inspection with excellent performance and convenient operability. It magnifies the object by 260 to 400 times making it easier to assess the status of the fiber end face. The compact size makes it the ideal tool for connector end face inspection before and during fiber network installation. Various adapter types can be used for inspecting male fiber connectors & female fiber connectors, such as FC, SC, ST,  LC. The OPTOKON FOI-400W microscope might be connected via USB and Wi-Fi to PC and Smartphone/Tablet, both Android and Apple operating system. The SW allows the storage of the inspected connectors for later evaluation and reporting protocols and Pass/Fail Analysis according to IEC 61300-3-35 standard. The OPTOKON FOI-400W microscope will work for 4 hours with a 3.7 V rechargeable Li-Pol battery.

FOI-400AC AutoCheck Microscope

AutoCheck is the intelligent integrated fiber end face inspector with the advantages of analysis software and high performance embedded system. AutoCheck can identify the tiny defects accurately, conveniently and simply. The fiber end face inspection complies with IEC standards and customized criteria.

FOI-400AG - AutoGet WiFi Microscope - Intelligent portable wireless fiber end face visual inspector

All-ln-One Design
Based on embedded Linux system, a 3.2 inch high density LCD is integrated into the AutoGet WiFi probe. AutoGet WiFi can inspect and analyze individually. No connections to other devices are required.

SmartProtocol PC Software

The SmartProtocol software is a flexible solution for data capture, analysis and reporting of fiber optic loss. It is optimized for OPTOKON optical testers: PM-800, PM-212, PM-830 and OFT-820.

   

Data Exporter PC Software

The Data Exporter is a software utility for easy import measured data from OPTOKON measuring devices to PC. It allows creating *.xls file (MS Excel software) or export data to clipboard (for next processing). It is optimized for OPTOKON optical testers: PM-800, PM-212, PM-830 and OFT-820.

    

MOT-940 Mini OTDR series

The MOT-940 Mini optical reflectometer series comes in a compact metal housing with all functions as a full OTDR.

  • The reflectometer determines the distance to reflecting and non-reflecting events and measures insertion loss of optical line and attenuation loss.
  • In addition, the MOT-940 is fitted with an optical power meter and a visible light source.
  • The internal memory allows the storage more than 1000 traces, USB interface is designed for saving of data onto USB flash memory. 
  • Power supplying is ensured with inbuilt rechargeable Li-Ion battery, which provides long term working time. 
  • The MOT-940 is designed for testing single mode and multimode optical fiber parameters in the process of installation, operation and maintenance, respectively the fault location in field conditions.

MOT-500 Mini OTDR series

MOT-500 series Optical Time Domain Reflectometer (OTDR) is an intelligent meter of a new generation for the detection of fiber communications systems. With the popularization of optical network installed in cities and countryside’s, the measurement of optical network becomes short and disperses; MOT-500 is specially designed for that kind of application. It’s economic, having outstanding performance. MOT-500 is manufactured with patience and carefulness, following the national standards to combine the rich experience and modern technology, subject to stringent mechanical, electronic and optical testing and quality assurance; in the other way, the new design makes MOT-500 more smart and compact and multi-purpose.
Whether you want to detect link layer in the construction and installation of optical network or proceed efficient maintenance and troubleshooting, MOT-500 can be your best assistant.
 

OLC - 01 OTDR Launch Cable

If you are installing an outside plant network such as a long distance network or a long campus LAN with splices between cables, you will want an OTDR to check if the fibers and splices are good. The OTDR can see the splice after it is made and confirm it's performance. It can also find stress problems in the cables caused by improper handling during installation. If you are doing restoration after a cable cut, the OTDR will help find the location of cut and help confirm the quality of temporary and permanent splices to restore operation. On singlemode fibers where connector reflections are a concern, the OTDR will pinpoint bad connectors easily. 
Since so little of the light comes back to the OTDR for analysis, the OTDR receiver circuit must be very sensitive. That means that big reflections, which may be one percent of the outgoing signal, will saturate the receiver, or overload it. Once saturated, the receiver requires some time to recover, and until it does, the trace is unreliable for measurement.
The most common place you see this as a problem is caused by the connector on the OTDR itself. The reflection causes an overload which can take the equivalent of 50 meters to one kilometer to recover fully, depending on the OTDR design, wavelength and magnitude of the reflection. It is usually called the "Dead Zone". For this reason, most OTDR manuals suggest using a "pulse suppresser" cable, which doesn't suppress pulses, but simply gives the OTDR time to recuperate before you start looking at the fiber in the cable plant you want to test. They should be called "launch" cables.
Do not ever use an OTDR without this launch cable! You always want to see the beginning of the cable plant and you cannot do it without a launch cable. It allows the OTDR to settle down properly and gives you a chance to see the condition of the initial connector on the cable plant. It should be long, at least 500 to 1000 meters to be safe, and the connectors on it should be the best possible to reduce reflections. They must also match the connectors being tested, if they use any special polish techniques.

OLC - D OTDR Launch Cable

If you are installing an outside plant network such as a long distance network or a long campus LAN with splices between cables, you will want an OTDR to check if the fibers and splices are good. The OTDR can see the splice after it is made and confirm its performance. It can also find stress problems in the cables caused by improper handling during installation. If you are doing restoration after a cable cut, the OTDR will help find the location of cut and help confirm the quality of temporary and permanent splices to restore operation. On singlemode fibers where connector reflections are a concern, the OTDR will pinpoint bad connectors easily.
Since so little of the light comes back to the OTDR for analysis, the OTDR receiver circuit must be very sensitive. That means that big reflections, which may be one percent of the outgoing signal, will saturate the receiver, or overload it. Once saturated, the receiver requires some time to recover, and until it does, the trace is unreliable for measurement.
The most common place you see this as a problem is caused by the connector on the OTDR itself. The reflection causes an overload which can take the equivalent of 50 meters to one kilometer to recover fully, depending on the OTDR design, wavelength and magnitude of the reflection. It is usually called the "Dead Zone". For this reason, most OTDR manuals suggest using a "pulse suppresser" cable, which doesn't suppress pulses, but simply gives the OTDR time to recuperate before you start looking at the fiber in the cable plant you want to test. They should be called "launch" cables.
Do not ever use an OTDR without this launch cable! You always want to see the beginning of the cable plant and you cannot do it without a launch cable. It allows the OTDR to settle down properly and gives you a chance to see the condition of the initial connector on the cable plant. It should be long, at least 500 to 6000 meters to be safe, and the connectors on it should be the best possible to reduce reflections. They must also match the connectors being tested, if they use any special polish techniques.

OLC - M Mini OTDR Launch Cable

If you are installing an outside plant network such as a long distance network or a long campus LAN with splices between cables, you will want an OTDR to check if the fibers and splices are good. The OTDR can see the splice after it is made and confirm its performance. It can also find stress problems in the cables caused by improper handling during installation. If you are doing restoration after a cable cut, the OTDR will help find the location of cut and help confirm the quality of temporary and permanent splices to restore operation. On singlemode fibers where connector reflections are a concern, the OTDR will pinpoint bad connectors easily.
Since so little of the light comes back to the OTDR for analysis, the OTDR receiver circuit must be very sensitive. That means that big reflections, which may be one percent of the outgoing signal, will saturate the receiver, or overload it. Once saturated, the receiver requires some time to recover, and until it does, the trace is unreliable for measurement.
The most common place you see this as a problem is caused by the connector on the OTDR itself. The reflection causes an overload which can take the equivalent of 50 meters to one kilometer to recover fully, depending on the OTDR design, wavelength and magnitude of the reflection. It is usually called the "Dead Zone". For this reason, most OTDR manuals suggest using a "pulse suppresser" cable, which doesn't suppress pulses, but simply gives the OTDR time to recuperate before you start looking at the fiber in the cable plant you want to test. They should be called "launch" cables.
Do not ever use an OTDR without this launch cable! You always want to see the beginning of the cable plant and you cannot do it without a launch cable. It allows the OTDR to settle down properly and gives you a chance to see the condition of the initial connector on the cable plant. It should be long, at least 500 to 1000 meters to be safe, and the connectors on it should be the best possible to reduce reflections. They must also match the connectors being tested, if they use any special polish techniques. The OLC-M, compact pocket size OTDR launch cable is designed for easy handling and carrying. Its robust design ensures reliability and endurance. Protective caps helps keeping connectors clean. This launch cable is fully compatible with almost all OTDRs. Specially with OPTOKON MOT-700 Mini OTDR series the OLC-M introduces an useful and powerful set for OTDR measuring in optical networks.

OLC - M(P) Mini OTDR Launch Cable

If you are installing an outside plant network such as a long distance network or a long campus LAN with splices between cables, you will want an OTDR to check if the fibers and splices are good. The OTDR can see the splice after it is made and confirm its performance. It can also find stress problems in the cables caused by improper handling during installation. If you are doing restoration after a cable cut, the OTDR will help find the location of cut and help confirm the quality of temporary and permanent splices to restore operation. On singlemode fibers where connector reflections are a concern, the OTDR will pinpoint bad connectors easily.
Since so little of the light comes back to the OTDR for analysis, the OTDR receiver circuit must be very sensitive. That means that big reflections, which may be one percent of the outgoing signal, will saturate the receiver, or overload it. Once saturated, the receiver requires some time to recover, and until it does, the trace is unreliable for measurement.
The most common place you see this as a problem is caused by the connector on the OTDR itself. The reflection causes an overload which can take the equivalent of 50 meters to one kilometer to recover fully, depending on the OTDR design, wavelength and magnitude of the reflection. It is usually called the "Dead Zone". For this reason, most OTDR manuals suggest using a "pulse suppresser" cable, which doesn't suppress pulses, but simply gives the OTDR time to recuperate before you start looking at the fiber in the cable plant you want to test. They should be called "launch" cables.
Do not ever use an OTDR without this launch cable! You always want to see the beginning of the cable plant and you cannot do it without a launch cable. It allows the OTDR to settle down properly and gives you a chance to see the condition of the initial connector on the cable plant. It should be long, at least 500 to 1000 meters to be safe, and the connectors on it should be the best possible to reduce reflections. They must also match the connectors being tested, if they use any special polish techniques. 
The OLC-M/P, compact pocket size OTDR launch cable is designed for easy handling and carrying. Its robust design ensures reliability and endurance. Protective caps helps keeping connectors clean. This launch cable is fully compatible with almost all OTDRs.  
Specially with OPTOKON MOT-700 Mini OTDR series the OLC-M/P introduces an useful and powerful set for OTDR measuring in optical networks. 

OLC-AF Attenuation Reference Fiber (ARF)

The OLC-AF, attenuation reference fiber is designed for the calibration of the attenuation scale of SM OTDR. The OLC-AF is wind from defined length of G.652 Single mode fiber or OM2 Multimode fiber. The OLC-AF consists in a fiber spool of a defined attenuation at required wavelength, which is installed in a thermally shielded rack mount optical distribution frame for better stability. The reference fiber is fitted with two APC connectors for single mode and PC connectors for multimode. The attenuation is calibrated at 1310 nm for SM or at 850 nm for MM.
 

OFT-920 Ruggedized Optical Test Set

The OFT-920 ruggedized optical test set is designed for testing of optical networks terminated with connectors operating in harsh environment. It combines both light source and optical power meter in one common box. The test set is designed to meet the tactical military, and broadcast industry demand. The ruggedized aluminium case makes the unit ideal for field operation.  The memory capacity allows storage and uploading of up to 2000 measurements including memory position or fiber number, wavelength, absolute value or relative value and insertion loss. The tester supports memory download and test report generating. The rechargeable battery ensures long term working with minimal operation costs.
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