650nm Fault Locator Ideal for Fiber Optic Networks

Toronto, Canada (PressExposure) September 29, 2009 -- GAO Fiber Optics (www.GAOFiberOptics.com) is now offering its visual fault locator [http://www.gaofiberoptics.com/fiber_optic_instrument_gao08211_visual_fault_lcator-p-1035.html] using 650nm visible laser source that emits a bright beam of laser light into a fiber to allow users to see a break as a glowing or blinking red light. The visual fault locator is intended for examining all kinds of patch cords,ribbons or bunched pigtails in the installation and maintenance of fiber optic networks. It easily isolates high loss points and faults in fiber optic cables and is an ideal solution for applications in telecommunication,LAN, WAN,fiber data links and CATV systems.

This portable visual fault locator, model 08211, can be used as an identifier and conducts measurements in both single mode and multi-mode fibers.It provides the capability of end-to-end fiber identification and mechanical fusion splice optimization.The fault locator accurately locates breaks, bad splices and potential fiber problems caused by imperfections, micro-bends and macro-bends.It offers a maximum measurement distance of 5km and boasts a rechargeable battery supporting 30 hours continuous work. The 650nm fault locator is an excellent instrument for locating fiber faults and other anomalies where the pulse width of the laser used on OTDRs won't allow measurements to be carried out.

Visit http://www.GAOFiberOptics.com for more information or to purchase this product online.

For any sales inquires please contact: 1-877 585-9555 ext. 601 - Toll Free (USA & Canada) 1-416 292-0038 ext. 601 - All Other Areas sales@gaofiberoptics.com

About GAO Fiber Optics

GAO Fiber Optics (www.GAOFiberOptics.com), a member company of GAO Group, is a leading provider of fiber optic test and measurement instruments, transceivers and other fiber optical devices.

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Press Release Submitted On: September 28, 2009 at 8:50 pm
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