Spartanburg, SC - AFL introduces the Noyes C860 QUAD OTDR and Certification Test Kit. The new test kit includes one hand-held C840 QUAD OLTS tester and one C850 QUAD OTDR/OLTS with built-in Auto-Test functionality in a rugged transit case loaded with test and cleaning accessories. Using this kit, technicians can troubleshoot, document and perform certification tests of multimode and single-mode fiber networks, store results and create professional test reports.
The C850 is both a QUAD Certification Tester and full-featured QUAD OTDR which has a large transflective touch screen display. Featuring single-mode and multimode OTDR capabilities that can be used to perform Tier 2 testing of fiber networks, the C850 includes integrated single-mode and multimode optical light sources, an optical power meter and visual fault locator. The C840 QUAD Certification Tester includes both single-mode and multimode optical light sources, an optical power meter and a visual fault locator. It can be used alone as a traditional power meter and light source to measure fiber loss or as a visual fault locator to find fiber breaks.
Used together the C840 and C850 (aka the C860 QUAD kit) perform Tier 1 dual wavelength multimode or single-mode Auto Tests of one or two fibers in one or both directions; measure both loss and length of the fibers and compare the results to industry standards, applications and user-defined threshold values to certify the fibers.
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AFL is an industry leader in providing fiber optic products, engineering expertise and integrated services to the Electric Utility, Broadband, Telco, OEM, Private Network and Wireless markets. It has operations in the U.S., Mexico and the U.K. AFL is a division of Fujikura Ltd. of Japan.
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