AQ 1200 OTDR extended range covers installation and maintenance test requirements for all types of fiber optic networks -
The addition of these four new models brings the total number of models in the AQ1200 series to seven. These new models, which include a 3-wavelength model and three extended dynamic range versions, are particularly suitable for FTTx applications, and mean that Yokogawa can now offer you a full range of products. to meet virtually all requirements for testing different types of fiber optic networks.
The new AQ1200 E is a 3-wavelength OTDR that allows measurements at standard wavelengths of commissioning (1310 and 1550 nm) to test the quality of the network during installation. In addition, for maintenance testing and to avoid interference with active signals on active networks, a third wavelength is used in conjunction with a cutoff filter. This provides a cost-effective, complete package for installation and maintenance applications on active networks.
The other three models - AQ1205A, AQ1205E and AQ1205F - are extended dynamic range versions that all offer up to 42 dB of dynamic range for operational testing on PON networks incorporating 64-channel splitters. The AQ1205A offers wavelengths of 1310 and 1550 nm while the AQ1205E and AQ1205F are three wavelength models, each with two ports: one for the wavelengths of information, the other for maintenance wavelengths.
The AQ1200s feature an all-new helper function, which includes macro curvature search, multi-trace analysis, an event marker in edit mode, and multi-fiber measurement. In addition to the standard functions of OTDR and fault location, the AQ1200 series offers optional visual location of defaults, optical loss test with light source and optical power meter and ping test ethernet.
Although the OTDR has a large, bright 5.7 "color display, it remains small (A5 size) and lightweight (1 kg) for easy field use.
The stripper is a pratical tool for stripping the jacket and strengthening member of a FTTh indoor cable/ drop cable. With the developing of the FTTh(Fiber To The home) construction, more FTTh cables are used in the last mile of a FTTh construction. And how to stripping the steel strengthening member off of a FTTh indoor cable has become a big problem. Using a traditionally method to strip the jacket and strengthen member off, the core fiber can be easily damaged and the efficiency is low. To solving the problem described above, the FTTh indoor cable stripper comes to you. With the tool, operator can easily remove both the outer jacket and the strengthening member without damaging the fibers.
• Universal Stripper for all types of FTTH drop cables
• Made From Stainless Steel
• Easy to use in field
• Improve cable splicing efficiency
• Super tiny design, much more portable.
• Suitable for both steel and kevlar strengthening member
• Metal blade is more durable than ever before
• High precision cable guide hole, special for FTTh indoor cable
|Handle Material ||Stainless steel |
|Suitable Cable Type||FTTh indoor cable(FTTx butterfly-shape lead-in cable)|
|Suitable Strengthening Member||Steel & kevlar|
|Cable guide hole(mm)||2.5*3.5|
|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Kit|
|Transmitters Incorporate||660 nm|
|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Unit|
The 22S is designed for high-end FTTH splicer applications in FTTX, Data Center / LAN and Access Networks.
22S offers an active V-Groove alignment single fibre splicer for reliable and improved splicing performance for a range of different fibres; SMF, MMF, DSF, NZDSF.
Applicable from 125μm cladding diameter/up to 3mm sheath diameter fibres with sheath clamp.
22S provides advanced capabilities; including splice result storage of 200 splices, 5-16mm short cleave length splicing .
Quick splicing time is produced in 9 seconds (single mode fibre) and an automated tube-heating time of 30 seconds (single mode 60mm).
Applications and fibres
Suitable for FTTH Dedicated for single fiber cleaving.
CT08 is the most robust cleaver. It is designed to provide easy replacement of fiber clamps and cleaving blade by customer thereby reducing maintenance cost and time.