VeEX FX45 Series

Essential optical tool kit

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Description

Optical Power Meter (OPM)

Optical Light Source (OLS)

Optical Loss Test Set (OLTS)

Optical Return Loss Test Set (ORL)

Key Features

  • Optional OLTS for bi-directional loss measurement (requires ORL option)
  • Optional ORL meter for return loss measurements (requires APC Interface)
  • Communication port: micro USB
  • Connector or Adaptor types: FC/SC/ST/LC, Universal 1.25, Universal 2.5 mm
  • Battery: AA alkaline or rechargeable NiMH with 5V micro-USB power adapter
  • Battery operating time: approximately 80 hours (without backlight)

Technical Specifications

Optical Power Meter (OPM)

  • Calibrated wavelengths: 850, 1300, 1310, 1490, 1550, 1625, 1650 nm
  • Level measurement range: 
    -PM1 version: -65 to +10 dBm
    -PM2 version: -50 to +25 dBm
  • Accuracy: +0.2 dB or 5%
  • Wave ID detection (compatible VeEX source): 850, 1300, 1310, 1490, 1550, 1625, & 1650 nm
 

Optical Light Source (OLS)

  • Wavelengths: 1310/1490 nm or 1310/1550 nm
  • Test Tone Generation: 270, 1 KHz, 2 KHz
  • Stability: ± 0.03 dB for insertion loss measurements
  • Singlemode and Multimode testing
  • PON, Telecom, CATV and LAN/WAN applications
  • Dual wavelength laser source and power meter
  • OPM, OLS, ORL, OLTS configurations
  • High accuracy and wide dynamic range
  • Save OPM measurements (> 1000 single results) with timestamp
  • Transfer stored results to a PC via USB for report generation, printing and Fiberizer Cloud upload
  • Reference power level setup and recall
  • Frequency detection for fiber identification
  • Singlemode and Multimode testing
  • PON, Telecom, CATV and LAN/WAN applications
  • Dual wavelength laser source and power meter
  • OPM, OLS, ORL, OLTS configurations
  • High accuracy and wide dynamic range
  • Save OPM measurements (> 1000 single results) with timestamp
  • Transfer stored results to a PC via USB for report generation, printing and Fiberizer Cloud upload
  • Reference power level setup and recall
  • Frequency detection for fiber identification

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