Toronto, Ontario Canada (PressExposure) April 13, 2012 -- Toronto, Canada - GAO Comm ( http://www.GAOComm.com ) is offering its Optical Time Domain Reflectometer (OTDR) for testing in a variety of fiber optic applications including WDM, MAN, FTTH and LAN networks.
This Optical Time Domain Reflectometer, model C0250002, features a high dynamic range, high distance resolution and complete curve display. The ODTR provides wavelengths of 1310 and 1550 nm. It can be used in both auto and manual measurement modes. It provides a short event dead zone of 1.6 m, a high resolution of 0.025 m, up to 128 k sampling points and a convenient visible fault location (VFL) function. This OTDR creates fiber event reports, fiber zone reports and fault reports. It has USB ports for file transfer and software upgrades. It has a high level antireflection TFT screen allowing results to be clearly displayed. The OTDR provides three print modes including standard mode (full-size, multipage OTDR report), compressed mode (one page report) and curves (four six or eight curves on one page). In addition, it features a built-in lithium battery with high capacity allowing for over 8 hours of continuous operation on a single charge.
This OTDR belongs to GAO's family of OTDRs.This line also includes Handheld Fiber Optic OTDR which is an innovative test instrument for telecommunication networks and is specially designed for fiber network construction and maintenance in FTTx, WAN and CATV systems, and C0250003 handheld fiber optic OTDR which is widely applied in the manufacture, construction and maintenance of optical fibers. This line of OTDRs is important test equipment used in fiber optic work. They are widely applied in the manufacture, construction and maintenance of optical fibers.
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1-877 585-9555 ext. 601 - Toll Free (USA & Canada)
1-416 292-0038 ext. 601 - All Other Areas
About GAO Comm
GAO Comm Inc. (www.GAOComm.com) is a well-known supplier of optical and electrical equipment and test instruments which are widely used in Telecommunications, CATV, Power industry and for Science and Research.