The FTB-150 is a fast, powerful, lightweight solution from the OTDR industry expert. It can house any of the EXFO singlemode and multimode OTDR configurations designed to test at up to four wavelengths. Choose from various combinations featuring the 850, 1300, 1310, 1490, 1550 and 1625 nm wavelengths—covering all fiber applications from long-haul and WDM to metro, FTTH and LAN networks. All EXFO OTDR configurations provide a stable light source, as well as the option of adding a visual fault locator.
Featuring the shortest dead zones of the industry, and the fastest acquisition, processing and reporting routines, the FTB-150 is designed for top efficiency in the field. Whether you need to carry out tier-2 certification of premises networks, characterize your links during construction and installation, or perform fast, efficient maintenance and troubleshooting testing, the FTB-150 Compact OTDR delivers the performance you need.
Designed for enterprise/private network test applications, the premises network OTDR comes in two configurations: four-wavelength (singlemode and multimode) or two-wavelength (multimode).
Combining singlemode and multimode test functionalities, the FTB-150-QUAD features four wavelengths—850, 1300, 1310 and 1550 nm, with respective dynamic ranges of 26, 25, 36 and 35 dB—and an optional visual fault locator (VFL), for top flexibility and cost-effectiveness. Designed for real-life applications, it easily characterizes the high reflectance of field-installed connectors.
This module offers the shortest dead zones in the industry: an event dead zone of ≤ 1 m, and an attenuation dead zone of ≤ 4.5 m, for singlemode and multimode
fiber. Its controlled launch conditions make for more accurate loss measurements. What’s more, it is optimized for testing both 50 μm and 62.5 μm multimode fiber.
Thanks to great all-around specifications, the EXFO FTB-150-QUAD provides pinpoint measurements—what you need for highly efficient multimode/singlemode
- Built for enterprise/private network OTDR testing
- Four-wavelength model: two multimode wavelengths (850 and 1300 nm),
and two singlemode wavelengths (1310 and 1550 nm)
- Two-wavelength model: 850 and 1300 nm (multimode)
- Best-in-class specifications