Handheld optical power multi-meter tests for multi-wavelength fiber, CATV signals

GAO Fiber Optics has released its handheld optical power multi-meter, model C0260001.

GAO Fiber Optics (Toronto, Canada) has released its handheld optical power multi-meter, model C0260001. Designed for construction and maintenance of fiber communications and CATV systems, the fiber test tool integrates an optical source and optical power meter into one device. The device's laser source module operates at dual wavelengths of 1310 nm ± 20 nm and 1550 nm ± 20 nm, while the optical power meter module works at a wavelength range from 800 to 1600 nm and can automatically identify frequencies including 270 Hz, 1 kHz and 2 kHz.

GAO says its model C0260001 optical power multi-meter features multi-wavelength precise measurement, simple button operation, real-time clock functionality, single ended dual wavelength output, low voltage warning, auto power off and energy-save design. The tool's internal microprocessor and linearity magnification technology ensure long term calibration and test accuracy. It conducts absolute and relative power tests, optical loss tests for fiber-optic cable and passive optical devices. It also performs loop tests and two-way automatic testing. This optical power multi-meter also has a large memory capacity which can store up to 200 groups of test data. In addition, multi adapters are available for all common connector types including FC, SC, ST, and LC.

The model C0260001 handheld optical power multi meter belongs to GAO's Power Meters series. For more information visit www.GAOFiberOptics.com.

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