SafeChek easy-pull trigger system ensures repeatable engagement with fiber cable
LFI head accepts multiple cable diameters (250μm to 3mm jacketed fibers
Durable metal input adapters (2.5 and 1.25mm) for OPM
Measure both absolute (dBm) and relative (dB) power
Store and recall up to 100 OPM readings
Quickly identify live optical signals on fiber cables without disrupting network traffic
Take optical power measurements for all single-mode and multimode connectors
Integrates with JDSU FiberChek2 inspection and test software
The innovative JDSU FI-60 gives you 2 essential fiber tools in 1 compact device.
The FI-60 LFI enables users to easily detect the optical signal without having to disconnect the fiber or disrupt network traffic. JDSU’s unique SafeChek system ensures safe and repeatable engagement with most fiber types, without the hassle of changing out costly dies.
The FI-60 easily converts to an Optical Power Meter (OPM), providing twice the value for your investment and reducing the number of tools you have to carry on the job. Simply remove the LFI head attachment, connect the corresponding adapter (2.5 or 1.5mm) and insert a connector to measure power.
This versatile tool can display, store, and recall optical power measurements for each of the selectable wavelengths. Users can download the stored data onto a PC via USB. The FI-60 also interfaces with JDSU FiberChek2, providing integrated inspection and OPM testing and reporting capabilities.
According to federal law in Australia, any hand-held, battery operated laser with a power emmission above 1mW is considered a dangerous weapon, and written consent must be obtained prior to possessing/importing such a laser pointer.
Unless otherwise stated, the Visual Fault Locators and other handheld laser devices sold by AusOptic are fully compliant with the 1mW output limits and do not require a permit to carry.
Our online store currently accepts credit card (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, JCB, and Diners Club). Arrangements can be made for payment via direct deposit, cash (on pick up), company cheque or account. Contact an AusOptic team member for more information.
We do ship overseas within the scope of our distribution agreements. Generally, we ship Australia, NZ, PNG, NC, Fiji and Islands for other countries please contact us via phone or email to clarify products and territories.
Goods purchased from AusOptic come with guarantees that cannot be excluded under the Australian Consumer Law. You are entitled to a replacement or refund for major product failure and for compensation for any other reasonably foreseeable loss or damage. You are also entitled to have the goods repaired or replaced by AusOptic if the goods fail to be of acceptable quality and the failure does not amount to a major failure. Certain other rights are available directly against manufacturers that cannot be excluded or limited.
Quality — goods supplied by AusOptic (either through the AusOptic website, or purchased directly from the the business), must be of acceptable quality. The test for acceptable quality is whether a reasonable consumer, fully aware of the state and condition of the goods, would find them:
safe, durable and free from defects;
acceptable in appearance and finish; and
fit for all the purposes for which goods of that kind are commonly supplied.
This must take into account the nature and price of the goods, and any statements on packaging or labelling.
Disclosed Purpose — goods supplied by AusOptic or a retail supplier of AusOptic products that AusOptic or the retail supplier represents are reasonably fit for a purpose expressly disclosed by a consumer must be reasonably fit for that purpose.
Description — goods supplied by AusOptic or a retail supplier of AusOptic products must match the description provided by AusOptic or the retail supplier.
Sample — goods supplied by AusOptic or a retail supplier of AusOptic products must match any sample shown to you by AusOptic or the retail supplier.
Title — a consumer who purchases a good from AusOptic or a retail supplier of AusOptic products must receive clear title to the good.
Due care and skill — services provided to you by AusOptic must be provided with due care and skill.
Additional warranties purchased — AusOptic will be legally required to comply with any additional warranties provided, as per their agreed terms and conditions.
Reasonable time — repair services provided by AusOptic must be provided within a reasonable time.
If you think that you are entitled to any of the above remedies in relation to an AusOptic product, you should contact our offices and get help from an AusOptic team member.