The KI2600 measures absolute or relative light levels and test tones in fiber optic systems.
Autotest provides fast, easy and automatic multi λ (wavelength) loss testing. Up to 3 λ are displayed simultaneously, along with the source nominal power level and λ. Any Kingfisher Autotest light source/LTS with matching λ can be used.
The meter displays mW, µW, nW, dB, dBm to 0.01dB resolution, with no range changing delays. A separate reference for each λ is stored and displayed. Supeior high power performance is achieved.
The tight Total Uncertainty specification covers all power levels, temperatures, connectors and fibers, without warm-up or user dark current offset.
Interchangeable connectors are dust and drop protected. SC adaptors are supplied, with others available. Metal free adaptors avoid contamination of connectors in high power systems.
Large Memory Storage
Loss test results can be stored in the large memory, along with a user-input cable name and timestamp. Results can be copied onto a USB meomory key with one button push. Alternatively, live readings can be put directly onto a customer report computer using KITS customizable Excel-based reporting software. KITS also provides a one-button file dump to a PC with Windows OS.
When used with Multi-Fiber ID sources, the Multi-Fiber ID tone feature uniquely identifies up to 12 fibers, in addition to common test tones.
Please refer to datasheet for more info and full specifications.
NBN (National Broadband Network), Wideband Transmission Network, Fiber Continuity, Polarity & Fault Finding, Single Mode Fiber Testing (SM), Measuring Power Loss or Relative Power Level in dB
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