AFL launches handheld, integrated OTDR

Aug. 8, 2007
August 8, 2007 -- AFL Telecommunications has introduced its Noyes OFL 250, a singlemode handheld OTDR that features an integrated optical power meter (OPM), laser source (OLS), and visual fault locator (VFL).

August 8, 2007 -- AFL Telecommunications has introduced its Noyes OFL 250, a singlemode handheld OTDR that features an integrated optical power meter (OPM), laser source (OLS), and visual fault locator (VFL).

Weighing in at 0.8 kg (1.7 pounds), the OFL 250 supports automatic and manual set-up, precision event analysis, multiple-wavelength testing, 12 hour battery life, internal data storage, and USB connectivity.

All models come ship with a carrying case, SC and FC adapters for the OTDR/OLS port, 2.5 mm universal adapters for the OPM and VFL ports, USB cable (connects with the Type A USB port on a PC), AC power adapter, country-specific power cord and a user guide.

According to AFL, with short dead zone and mid-range dynamic range performance, the instrument is ideal for testing optical fibers in service provider metro areas and FTTX networks.

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