Infinite Electronics subsidiary Integra Optics, a supplier of carrier-grade fiber-optic components, today announced the launch of its Integra Tuner mobile app. This mobile application is designed to help field fiber-optic technicians working with dense wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM) technology.
Because field technicians increasingly rely on mobile devices, the company says its Integra Tuner mobile app has been developed to streamline DWDM tuning and deployment processes. The app allows technicians to perform offline tuning of transceivers using Integra's Smart Coder2 hardware and a mobile device over Bluetooth, eliminating the need for an internet connection.
The company contends the Integra Tuner app's unique capability to tune specified DWDM optics to a specific channel before insertion ensures seamless platform integration and eliminates interface complications associated with tunable parts. The mobile app showcases a user-friendly design that closely mirrors the Windows PC application, giving users a familiar experience across platforms.
Building on the success of the Integra Tuner Windows PC application and the Smart Coder2 hardware, the Integra Tuner mobile app is available for both iOS and Android devices. With Smart Coder2 hardware support and seamless communication via Bluetooth, the manufacturer contends its Integra Tuner mobile app is set to become an indispensable tool for DWDM technicians in the field.
Separate versions of the app are available in the Apple app store and in the Google app store.
"We are thrilled to bring the Integra Tuner mobile app to the market, providing field technicians with a powerful, user-friendly tool that simplifies the DWDM tuning process. This app allows field professionals to work more efficiently and effectively, regardless of their location," said Paul Hospodar, product line manager for Integra Optics.