Fault locator

May 1, 1996
A battery-operated visible fault locator detects breaks, microbends and poor surface finishes in fiber-optic cables and connectors. Faults can be detected up to 5 km from the source. The locator can also be used as an end-to-end fiber identifier, or with mechanical or fusion splicers to minimize splice losses. Prices start at $475.

A battery-operated visible fault locator detects breaks, microbends and poor surface finishes in fiber-optic cables and connectors. Faults can be detected up to 5 km from the source. The locator can also be used as an end-to-end fiber identifier, or with mechanical or fusion splicers to minimize splice losses. Prices start at $475.

Oz Optics Ltd.

Carp, Ontario, Canada

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