The JDSU OTDR plug-in module family offers a wide range of high-performance OTDRs for the network applications of today, such as FTTx, 40G and ROADM.
- Field interchangeable single slot size
- Compatible with MTS-8000 / T-BERD 8000, MTS-6000 / T-BERD 6000 and OTU-8000
- New wavelengths to cover 1383 nm (CWDM) and 1490 nm (FTTx)
- Unique automated bi-directional OTDR testing
- Simple for the novice, fully featured for the expert
- Highest dynamic range up to 50 dB
- Shortest dead zones down to 0.8 m
- Fastest scan speed at 0.1 s in real-time mode
- Four-wavelength singlemode module
- Up to 128000 acquisition points with sampling resolution down to 4 cm
- Comprehensive suite of PC software tools for post-processing of test results, including FiberTrace (OFS-100) and FiberCable (OFS-200)
In the telecommunications market of today, test solutions must be cost effective, increase productivity, and reduce the complexity of field testing. The JDSU Short Range LAN (SRL) OTDR Module offers a high-performance OTDR test module that has been specifically developed in response to these industry demands.
Configurable at the time of order, the LR OTDR Module offers multiple wavelength test capabilities (850, 1300, 1310, 1550, and 1625), providing field technicians with an all-in-one test instrument.
The SRL OTDR module’s performance enables effective testing on short haul (Access and LAN) in both multi-mode and single mode.
OTDRs are the primary test tool for fiber optic characterization and enable several measurements, including fiber link attenuation, attenuation coefficient, reflection, splice/connector loss, and point-of-error.
- Optimized for 10 Gigabit Ethernet (GigE) multimode testing
- FTTx-ready with 1310 and 1550 nm wavelengths
- CWDM/DWDM-ready with 1310, 1550, and 1625 nm wavelengths
- Dual-, Quad- and Penta-lambda multi-mode and single mode combined
- 0.5/0.8 meter (m) event dead zone in multimode/single mode for highest network precision
- High dynamic range (24/24/40/38/37 dB)
- Bend detection in single mode
- Propagation delay measurement in multi-mode