Part of EXFO’s new line of handheld units built for ruggedness with high accuracy, large 2mm sensor, auto-wavelength switching, auto-wavelength recognition, distant referencing, tone detection and user-configurable pass/fail thresholds with LED indicator for error free and time saving testing. Wide dynamic range (+10 to -60dBm) for Telecom networks. Over 40 calibrated wavelengths and hold Min/Max power function. Memory capacity of 1000 data items; enables data transfer to a PC via USB connection. Rechargeable batteries with backup of 72 hours. Keypad/LCD backlight, for easy operation in darker environments. Three-year recommended calibration interval. FTTx ready with capability to test PON wavelengths 1310/1490/1550nm. Ergonomic, eye-catching handheld package.
SmartPocket optical light sources are ideal tools for insertion loss and continuity testing of optical fiber networks, comes with Auto λ and TwinTest modes provides a quick, simple, and error-free testing solution. Adjustable output power of maximum -7dBm (1310/1550nm). Tone Generation. Battery backup of 80 hours with rechargeable function. Three-year recommended calibration interval.
Incorporating the proven ruggedized features and design pioneered by Deviser, miniature in size, fits in even the smallest of test locations yet rugged and comes with tone detection function and first time of this segment with LCD backlight for darker environment. 7 calibrated wavelengths. High power measurement capability (+25 to -43dBm) for Amplified (EDFA) and CATV networks. Rechargeable batteries with backup of 50 hours.
Part of EXFO’s new line of handheld units with the auto-wavelength recognition, distant referencing and tone detection. Large 2mm Sensor. Wide measurement sensitivity range (+10 to -60dBm) for Telecom network. 10 Calibrated wavelengths. Battery backup of 300 hours. Three-year recommended calibration interval. FTTx ready with capability to test PON wavelengths 1310/1490/1550nm. Ergonomic, eye-catching handheld package.
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