PG-1800 OTDR testing machine 1310/1550/1625nm, 37/35/35dB, built in VFL, Power meter, laser source
OTDR can used to test single-mode wavelengths of 1310nm, 1550nm, 1490nm, 1625nm and 1650nm, multi-mode wavelengths of 850nm and 1300nm as well as customized special wavelengths. It provides multiple optional modules, such as single wavelength, multi-wavelength and online test. With the maximum dynamic range of up to 50dB, the device can be used for remote multi-branch communication network test. It's designed with a minimum event dead zone of 0.5m which makes the near connection easy to be supervised, and the lowest sampling resolution of 2.5cm which enables it to locate the event point accurately. Additionally, the device is also designed with multiple convenient functional options, such as stable light source, optical power meter, visible red light source and fiber end face inspection tester.
OTDR is designed with an operating temperature and a storage temperature of -10℃~50℃ and -40℃~70℃ respectively to meet both EMC requirements as well as vibration and shock test requirements, a MTBF(θ0) of 6000h or above to ensure a high reliability, and a 75W built-in Li battery to ensure an endurance for continuous measurement in the wild field.
1. Maximum dynamic range up to 50dB, and 256k data sampling points; 2. Online test of PON network 3. Integrated mono-mode and multi-mode test; 4. Automatic monitoring of optical communication signals; 5. File formats of Bellcore GR196 and SR-4731 supported.
Rapid automatic test: Due to the automatic test function of OTDR, it's not necessary for the user to know more about its operation. Connect the optical fiber and press the [Test] button. Then, the device will set the optimum test conditions automatically, and finally output accurate test results, such as the test curve and the list of events.
Unique PON network test: As an ideal tester of ODN and FTTx, OTDR is provided a unique built-in PON network test function, can penetrate an optical splitter of up to 1:128, and can be used to test each branch of the PON network accurately. Automatic monitoring and alarm of incoming optical signals When the OTDR is testing the optical fiber line, the optical communication signal in the optical fiber, if any, will lead to inaccurate test results and even unrecoverable damages to the detectors in the device. OTDR can monitor the optical communication signal in the optical fiber under test automatically. As long as the optical fiber under test is connected to the optical interface of OTDR, the device can automatically sense and monitor whether there is optical communication signal in it. Once an optical signal is monitored, it will prompt an alarm in time, so as to provide the quickest and the most timely protection for the device.