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Test ports on FlexScan® and FlexTester series handheld OTDRs are equipped with tool-free switchable adapters which can be changed in seconds. The fast change switchable adapters allow OTDRs to interface launch cables with a variety of connector styles.
VFS2 Adapter Tips allow VFS2 Inspection Probes to view connectors in adapters and exposed ferules (jumper ends).
The One-Click® Cleaner is an easy-to-use option for cleaning connectors on jumpers and in adapters. Simply insert the One-Click Cleaner into an adapter and push until an audible “click” is heard. The One-Click Cleaner uses the mechanical push action to advance an optical grade cleaning tape while the cleaning tip is rotated to ensure the fibre end-face is effectively, but gently cleaned.
Tool-free connector adapters allow connection of common fibre optic connectors and remove to support cleaning of launch ferule. Products with tool-free adapters include, FTS2, OLS2-Dual, OLS4, OLS7, SVA1
AFL's standard thread-on adapter caps are used to mate non-angled and angled single-fibre and dual-fibre connectors to optical power meter ports on our OPM Series, T400, T500, and ORL3 series test sets.
AFL’s link loss test leads kits (TLK’s) provide an industry leading solution to optical link and channel testing.
AFL’s filtered 1625nm live fibre filter is an in-line device used between test instrument and fibre under test. It passes through 1600-1670nm and filters out 1290-1580nm allowing testing of live fibre networks.
To meet the new multimode light source requirements in TIA/EIA-568-B, AFL offers mandrels for 50 and 62.5 µm test jumpers with 3 mm jackets. Both mandrels have grooves to ensure that jumpers are wrapped exactly five times (as specified by TIA/EIA-568-B) and can be easily attached to test jumpers in seconds without tools or tape.
Fibre Rings from AFL are often a necessity when testing with an OTDR. Both a launch and receive cable are required to measure complete link loss of a fibre with an OTDR. Because very long test cables are impractical to transport and use, AFL offers coiled lengths of 50 µm multimode, 62.5 µm multimode, or single-mode fibre conveniently packaged in compact rings.

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Australia

+61 1300 232 476

AUSSales@AFLglobal.com


New Zealand

+64 9 927 7140

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