GAOTek Optical Fiber Ranger with Pulse Width Control (Lightweight)

$760.00 USD

This Optical Fiber Ranger with Pulse Width Control (Lightweight) is used to detect fiber fault locations with higher accuracy and comes with an automatic pulse width control function.


Key Features

  • Detects up to eight fiber faults in each measurement
  • Automatic Pulse Width Control design ensures a convenient operation
  • Built-in visual fault locator (VFL) locates the faults in dead zone conveniently
  • Easy to identify the faults location.
  • Portable, rugged, lightweight and easy to use.
  • More accurate testing results and better repeatability.
  • Longer battery life, supports up to 5000 measurements operation
  • Dust, water and shock proof, designed for outdoor use

Technical Specifications

Operating Wavelength1625 nm ( 1310 nm, 1550 nm Optional)
Fiber Type0.000354 in/0.00492 in (9 um/125 um) Single Mode Fiber
Optical Connector TypeFC/PC
Detector TypeInGaAs
Peak Power of laser≥60 mW
Max. Displaying DistanceReflection Event37.3 mi (60 km) (≥1 dB)
Non-reflection Event12.4 mi (20 km) (≥2.5 dB)
Measurement UnitM
Reflection Event Dead Zone49.2 ft (15 m)
Distance Accuracy (Reflection Event)±(6.56 ft (2 m) + 2 x 10 (-4) x Distance)
Wavelength of VFL Option650 nm
Output Power of VFL Option>=1 mW
Power SupplyAlkaline Battery (3 pcs AA 4.5 V Batteries)
Battery Operating Time≥5000 measurements
Working Temperature23 °F to 104 °F (-5 °C to 40 ℃)
Storage Temperature14 °F to 140 °F (-10 °C to 60 ℃)
Humidity0 % – 85 % (Non-condensation)
Dimensions7.48 in x 3.94 in x 1.97 in (190 mm x 100 mm x 50 mm)
Weight0.99 lbs (450 g)

Additional Information

Applications of the Instrument

  • Testing the distance of the fiber and identifying the faults location in the fiber link.
  • Locating reflective and non-reflective breaks in the fiber network.
  • Inspection of fiber repair and maintenance.

Standard Packaging

Fiber Ranger – 1 pc

1.5 V batteries – 3 pcs

User Manual – 1 pc

Cotton swabs – 1 pc

Soft carrying case – 1 pc



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