otdr-w-large-data-storage-wide-pulse-width-test-distance
otdr-w-large-data-storage-wide-pulse-width-test-distance

OTDR with Large Data Storage (Wide Pulse Width/Test Distance)

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Product Description

Overview

GAOTek OTDR w Large Data Storage is an optoelectronic instrument to characterize an optical fiber, offers wide pulse width and test distance.

Key Features

      • Integrated design, smart and rugged.
      • Small and light, easy to carry.
      • Multi-measuring modes, simple to use, finish measurement by just one button.
      • Real-time measuring function, convenient to monitor the splicing process.
      • Internal large power visual laser source for accurate positioning the closer fault point.
      • Warning function could prevent module of OTDR damaged by optical signal.
      • PC Remote access and control function is available via RJ45 interface.
      • Support multi-language display and input, friendly interface, visual keyboard capable.
      • Integrated with large internal memory.
      • Provide data simulation software to process, generate and print report.
      • Battery indicator function.

Technical Specifications

Display 5.6 inch TFT-LCD(touch screen function is optional)
Battery 7.4V/4.4Ah lithium battery (with air traffic certification), Continuously work 10 hours, Charging time 4 hours
Data Storage 40000 groups of Trace
Interface 3×USB port(USB×2, Mini-USB×1)
Working Temp. -10℃~+50℃

14F ~ 122F

Storage Temp. -20℃~+75℃

-4F ~ 167F

Humidity ≤95% (non-condensation)
Dimension 253mm × 168mm × 73.5mm

9.96im x 6.61in x 2.89in

Standard Accessories Main unit, 12V power adapter, Lithium battery, FC adapter, USB cord, User guide, CD disk, carrying case
Weight 1.5kg  i.e 3.30lbs
Distance resolution 0.01m
Distance accuracy ±(1m+measuring distance×3×10-5+sampling resolution )
Refractivity Setting 1.2000~1.5999, 0.0001 step
Power 10mw,CLASSIII B

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