AFL boosts analysis, reporting for Noyes fiber-optic testers
AFL's Test Results Manager 2.0 software provides advanced analysis and reporting for all of the company's Noyes test and inspection products.
AFL has launched its TRM Test Results Manager 2.0, an analysis and reporting software designed for use with the company's Noyes fiber-optic test and inspection products.
Available in TRM 2.0 Basic and Advanced versions, the software permits technical personnel to quickly view results, generate acceptance reports, analyze OTDR traces, loss or certification results and batch-edit OTDR traces uploaded from all Noyes M-Series, C-Series, CS-Series, OFL-Series, FLX-Series OTDRs and OPM products.
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"Rapid expansion in the telecom, broadband and enterprise segments can overload fiber ducts, trays and racks and produce bent, crushed or stressed fibers," explains Ganesh Nakhawa, product line manager at AFL's Noyes Test and Inspection division. "Our new TRM 2.0 software allows these problems to be quickly identified and corrected and produces comprehensive reports of system health."
The TRM 2.0 Basic software is included with all Noyes OTDR and OPM5 test sets; additional copies are available for purchase. TRM 2.0 Advanced adds powerful new automatic bi-directional analysis and macrobend detection capabilities, and may be purchased from AFL. Both versions support industry standard GR-196 v1.1 and SR-4731 Issue 1 and 2 OTDR files and permit fiber inspection images from the Noyes Focis inspection system to be included in test reports.
Thirty-day trial copies of TRM 2.0 can be downloaded from AFL's website.
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