Optical Fiber Identifier Features Low Bending Loss and Efficient Output
20th December, 2009
Toronto, Canada – GAO Fiber Optics has announced the release of its handheld optical fiber identifier which is an essential instrument for the installation and maintenance of optic networks. The compact optical fiber identifier efficiently identifies optical fibers without any damage by detecting the optical signals passing through the fiber utilizing local detection technology, which avoids opening the fiber at a splice point for identification and interruption.
This optical fiber identifier, model LP-251, identifies traffic direction which is indicated by an LED, and it also detects frequency tones at 270Hz, 1KHz and 2KHz. An audible tone can be heard when destructive detection is present on the fiber during test. It displays three levels of signal intensity and is applicable for bare fiber as well as cable. The portable identifier features low bending loss and highly efficient output and provides a wide dynamic wavelength range from 900nm to 1650nm.
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