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The MaxTester 720C (MAX-720C) provides users with accuracy, along with first-time-right fibre characterisation. The tablet-inspired OTDR has an effective dynamic range, and is optimised for single mode and multimode field testing.
The MaxTester 715B (MAX-715B) is one of the first tablet-inspired OTDR within the 700B series. The MaxTester 715B OTDR is optimised for the point-to-point testing and troubleshooting of FTTx architectures and is ideal for testing short fibers.
The FTB-1v2-Pro is a dual-carrier platform is able to empower frontline technicians with a fast and powerful multi-technology test platform. The unit is available in standard (FTB-1v2) or Pro (FTB-1 Pro) models, is a light-weight compact test platform which allows field technicians to carry out dedicated optical, Ethernet, multiservice and radio frequency (RF) interference test applications.
The FTB-720G V2 industry’s smallest and most comprehensive fronthaul test solution. The FTB-700G V2 series is an all-in-one test solution which combines connector end-face inspection, fiber characterization testing, CPRI link validation, BBU emulation, RF spectrum analysis over CPRI and up to 10G Ethernet and SONET service validation, into a single module for unmatched operational efficiency.
Part of EXFO’s 600 handheld series, the FLS-600 Light Source with the FPM-600 is designed for first-class testing. What’s more, you can save time by building a list of your “favorite” wavelengths and only sweeping through these wavelengths when testing.
The FOT-300 is the most optimised OLTS on the market, combining a source port and a power meter. It transmits with a wavelength-identification digital encrypted protocol, so that any compatible unit—such as another FOT-300 Optical Loss Test Set—can automatically use the proper calibration parameters.
The FOT-600 Optical Loss Test Set is the ideal tool for network-link qualification. Designed for first-class ease of use, the FOT-600 features a pass/fail LED indicator; what’s more, it lets you set your own thresholds for absolute or relative loss measurements.