Optical Fiber Identifier is an important element of optical maintenance equipment that is used in nondestructive fiber identification projects. In the meantime, it has a VFL module that can locate faults. It can measure the signal direction and power and avoid misoperation resulting in interrupted lines by using macro bending technology on line for nondestructive testing.
4)Three year warranty
1.It can quickly find the target line and use it directly without damaging the line.
2.Universal test slot, no need to replace fixture. Applicable to 250um / 900um / 2.5um/3mm optical fiber
3.It supports online detection without judging whether there is a signal, and can detect the signal direction and power.
4.Visible red light function
- Macro bending measurement. When there is a weak optical signal, macro bends are used to determine the direction and intensity of the signal using fiber-optic bending. Direct identification of 25mm bare fiber, 0.9mm and 2.5mm fiber casing tight jumper without damaging optical fiber or stopping communications.
- Tone identification. Optical Fiber Identifier can detect optical signals in a fixed load tone signal at 270Hz, 1KHz, and 2KHz to identify a specific optical fiber and locate it rapidly.
- VFL functionality is built-in. The Fiber Identifier has a 10 mW output power.
- Low battery monitoring function. Issue instructions to remind users to change batteries when battery power is insufficient.
Pass through insertion loss：
|Application of optical fiber||250um/900um/2.5um/3mm Optical fiber|
|Identified Signal Type||270HZ/1KHZ/2KHZ|
|Identification of modulated signals||Yes|
|Low power monitoring||Yes|
|Detector type||1mm InGaAs|
Minimum detection power
Test conditions:250umOptical fiber 900umOptical fiber 3mmOptical fiber
Test conditions: 250umOptical fiber 900umOptical fiber 3mmOptical fiber
1550-35dBm -35dBm -30dBm
1310 -30dBm -30dBm -25dBm
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