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Acoustic Fiber Cable Identifier CI4000

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Fiberpro CI4000 Acoustic Fiber Cable Identifiers

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The FIBERPRO Acoustic Fiber Cable IdentifierTM , AFCIDTM is developed for the
Telecommunication engineers and technicians who are looking for a user friendly,
easy and non-invasive method and instrument for identifying a desired target
fiber optic cable in manholes, tunnels, conduits, and etc. With the CI 4000, the
user can easily recognize the target optical cable by gently tapping on it. This
non-invasive tapping produces an audio and visual detection by the system. In
other words the technician can literally hear and see the target cable. The
patent pending innovation of the CI 4000 provides a new non-invasive way of
fiber optic cable identification that does not require cutting, bending,
freezing of the fiber cable. This instrument is a very useful outside plant tool
that greatly reduces time and expense of total circuit management, maintenance
and repair of fiber optic cables and networks.




  • Patent pending Audio-Fiber Technology
  • Developed for practical field applications & requirements for large telecomm
  • Detect minute mechanical perturbation (tapping) of the optical cable at remote
    sites & office
  • Audio/visual detection of target cable at noisy conditions
  • Large dynamic range up to optical loss of 50dB

(Which corresponds to 200 km-span fibers assuming 0.25dB/km loss)



Applications Carrier Field Test Instruments, Carrier Systems Line and Centralised Test Systems, System Emulation (Loss, length, time delay and reflectance)
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