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    Multi-Functional OTDR Fiber Optic Tester

    Multifunctional OTDR fiber optic tester with 5-inch HD touch screen, wavelength range 1625nm, dynamic range 20dB, single mode fiber type. Optical time domain reflectometer is mainly used to measure fiber optic cable length, loss, fusion quality and other parameters, for fiber optic end-face testing, fiber to the home, especially for FTTH optical network testing to provide a comprehensive solution.
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    Multifunctional OTDR fiber tester is suitable for bare fiber, fiber optic patch cords, and other fibers that can leak red light, fiber optic cable near-end fault points, and high loss areas caused by micro-bending detection. OTDR fiber tester with optical time domain reflectometer/optical power meter/light source/visible light source/event map/network line test/light-up function. A fiber optic test sample is the ideal tool for fiber optic cable construction, maintenance, and monitoring.


    Model ATO-OT5F
    Wavelength 1625nm
    Dynamic Range 20dB
    Filtering Characteristics Yes
    Pulse Width 5ns/10ns/20ns/50ns 100ns/300ns/1.0us/2.5us/10μs/20μs 
    Event Blind Zone 2m
    Fading Blind Area 10m
    Distance Range 0.5 to 160 
    Distance Uncertainty ±(1+0.005%x distance+sampling resolution)
    Loss Measurement Accuracy ±0.05dB/dB
    Fiber Type Single-mode fiber
    Storage Bbuilt-in large capacity storage, external U disk to expand 160G storage space
    Display Screen 5-inch high-definition LCD touch screen; 800 * 480 resolution
    Capacitive Screen Touch Times >10 million times
    Standard Optical Interface FC/SC/ST/LC optional
    Battery 5000mAh; continuous: working time > 10 hours (according to Bellcore TR-NWT-001138)
    Dimensions 210mmx160mmx45mm(LxWxH)
    Weight 1 kg
    VFL Cisual Light Source
    Wavelength 650nm+20
    Output Power >1dBm
    Standard Connector FC/UPC
    Optical Power Meter
    Detector Type InGaAs
    Wavelength Range 800~1 700nm
    Detection Range -50~+ 1 6dBm
    Calibration Wavelength 50, 980, 1300, 1310, 1490, 1550, 1 625nm
    Linearity 5%
    Flange Form FC/SC/ST/LC optional
    Light Source
    Wavelength 1310/1550nm
    Output Power 2- 7dBm


     OTDR testing machine detail


    • The multi-functional OTDR fiber optic tester features a 5-inch outdoor enhanced LCD touchscreen for smooth, real-time user operation.
    • Embedded ARM processor, ultra-low power consumption, and smooth operation.
    • OTDR machine is mainly used to measure fiber optic cable length, loss, and splice quality parameters for fiber optic end test, fiber to the home, especially FTTH optical network testing to provide a comprehensive solution.
    • The visible light (red light) is injected into the optical fiber, and the location of the optical fiber fault point can be easily and accurately determined by observing the position of light leakage on the tested fiber. Multi-functional OTDR fiber optic tester is suitable for the detection of bare fibers, fiber optic patch cords, and other fibers that can leak red light, near-end fault points of fiber optic cables, and high loss areas caused by micro-bending.
    • Network line sequence measurement can detect the network line break, short circuit, or disorder, support different types of network line length measurement, and can roughly check the network line fault location point.




    Tips: How to identify and deal with secondary reflection peaks on OTDR?

    The spikes on the OTDR curve are sometimes due to echoes caused by closer and stronger reflections at the incident end, and such spikes are called secondary reflection peaks. The ghosting on the curve does not cause significant loss. The distance between the ghost image and the start of the curve is a multiple of the distance between the strongly reflected event and the start, in a symmetrical manner. Eliminate ghosting. Select a short pulse width and add attenuation at the front end of the strong reflection (e.g. OTDR output). If the event causing ghosting is at the end of the fiber, you can "make a small bend" to attenuate the light reflected back to the starting point.

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