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Tribrer AOR-500 ::: OTDR

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Brand: Tribrer
Product Code: AOR-500
Availability: In Stock

AOR500-S:  Dynamic Range:24dB / 22dB ~~ Max.Distance** 80km   ~~Wavelength: 1550/1310nm
AOR500-A: Dynamic Range: 28dB / 26dB ~~ Max.Distance**: 100km ~~Wavelength: 1550/1310nm
AOR500-B: Dynamic Range: 32dB / 30dB ~~ Max.Distance**: 120km ~~Wavelength: 1550/1310nm
AOR500-C: Dynamic Range: 36dB / 34dB ~~ Max.Distance**: 140km ~~Wavelength: 1550/1310nm
AOR500-PB (PC): PON Online OTDR ~~ Max.Distance**: 120km or 140km  ~~Wavelength: 1550/1310/1625nm

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• Automatic one-button testing
• 1310/1550 or 1310/1550/1625 nm wavelength
• PON online test  (only AOR500-P Series)
• Short dead zone(8m)
• High speed signal processing, short test time and fast analysis
• Internal memory can store up to 10000 waveforms
• High contrast color TFT LCD
• USB port connect to PC
• Input laser signal auto detection and self-protection function
• Built-in VFL
• User-friendly OTDR simulation software shows details of events

This advanced diagnostic tool for optical fibres allows the Fibre Engineer to take a snapshot of a fibre link.The OTDR sends short pulses of light down one end of a fibre at a specified repetition rate.Light reflected back from fibre discontinuities and light continuously back scattered from the fibre itself travels back to the OTDR, where the instrument records the optical power and arrival time.The arrival time of the pulse from a given point in the fibre is related to its distance from the OTDR.With this information, the OTDR graphically displays returned power versus distance.OTDRs are well-equipped for troubleshooting problems because they allow you to visually locate reflective events like connections and fibre breaks and non-reflective events like splices and tight bends by studying the graphical trace. The power difference between two points on the trace is an estimate of optical loss.

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