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Optical Time Domain Reflectometers (OTDRs)
The Fujikura Noyes OFL280
FlexTester offers an unmatched combination of fibre optic test
functions, ease-of-use, portability, and value. All OFL280
FlexTester models include an integrated single-mode 1310/1550 nm
OTDR with PON-optimized and standard test modes, optical power
meter, 1310/1550 nm laser source, and visual fault locator.
For many users the two-wavelength
OFL280-100 will provide the best balance of functionality and value.
Testing at 1310 and 1550 nm is normally sufficient to certify
point-to-point or FTTx PON fibers and allows the detection of macro
bends. The three-wavelength OFL280-101 and OFL280-102 models add
1625 nm or 1490 nm respectively. Testing at 1625 nm allows testing
of the L band. Testing at 1490 nm is required by some network
operators to certify FTTx PONs. The filtered, three-wavelength
OFL280-103 can certify dark fibers at 1310/1550 nm, fault-locate
live FTTx fibers at 1625 nm, and measure FTTx power levels at 1490
and 1550 nm, all from a single test port.
The OFL280 FlexTester user
interface provides operating modes suitable for a wide range of
users and features a top-down menu structure that is both easy to
learn and a pleasure to use.
OTDR test results may be saved as
industry standard SOR files, which can be transferred to a PC for
viewing, printing, and analysis using supplied Windows® compatible
Designed with installers in mind, 33-960 Series Micro OTDRs offer
excellent performance and ease of use in a truly handheld, lightweight
and rugged package. Available as either an 850/1300 nm (multi-mode) or
850/1300/1310/1550 nm (multi-mode and single mode) OTDR, they are
ideally suited for the installation and troubleshooting of LAN, campus
and WAN fibre networks. Both models combine high measurement precision
with the user friendliness of one-button operation resulting in
accurate characterisation of connectors and splices in addition to
fast and reliable fault location.
With the 33-962-5 option, these OTDRs provide clear PASS/FAIL
indications. Distance, loss and ORL for each event is reported in a
trace summary table making full certification of the link possible.
Each OTDR is shipped in a kit containing everything you need to get
started on the job, including a ruggedised carry case, PC software,
rechargeable batteries and wall charger.
The Noyes C860 QUAD Certification and OTDR Test Kit includes one
handheld C840 QUAD OLTS Tester and one C850 QUAD OTDR/OLTS with
built-in auto test functionality. With this kit, technicians can
troubleshoot and perform both Tier 1 and Tier 2 certification tests of
MM and SM fibre networks, store results and create professional test
The Noyes M700 is a compact, full featured, single-mode OTDR that
includes an integrated Visual Fault Locator (VFL), an Optical Power
Meter (OPM) displaying up to three wavelengths simultaneously, and a
large transflective touch screen display suitable for both indoor and
The M700 OTDR supports Real Time, Full-Auto, and Expert (manual)
modes, precision event analysis, dual-wavelength testing, rich file
naming, and an intuitive job set-up functionality. In addition to OTDR
event analysis, pass/fail acceptance values, and marginal warning,
specific values can be set to alert the test operator of failing or
marginal events. Using one of the Least Squares Approximation (LSA)
loss methods, events may be added or deleted manually.
Thousands of OTDR and OPM test results can be stored internally or
on the supplied USB drive, and are transferable via a USB cable or
drive to a computer for viewing, printing and analyzing with supplied
Windows® compatible software. Saved OPM loss values for a cable in one
or two directions can be displayed in a table on the M700 for
evaluation and comparison.
With short dead zones, a dynamic range of 38 dB, and greater than
8-hour battery life during continuous testing, the M700 is perfect for
testing optical fibres in service provider metro areas.
The M200 offers unmatched OTDR capabilities in a handheld
package weighing less than 1 kg (2 lb). Multimode, Single-mode, and
‘Quad’ wavelength models are offered. With short dead zone and
intermediate range specifications, the M200 is ideal for Tier 2
testing of premises (building and campus) networks or certification
and troubleshooting of FTTX PON networks. And its bright,
transreflective display makes it suitable for both indoor and outdoor