The DZE® OTDR Launch Cable is designed to aid in the testing of fiber optic cable when using an OTDR to help minimize the effects of the OTDR's launch pulse on measurement uncertainty. Using a DZE® launch cable at the beginning of the fiber under test and a DZE® receive cable at the end of the fiber under test allows the ability to perform loss measurments on entire length of the fiber.
The Series 3 is a light weight unit in a zipper case, which measures only 6.25” in diameter and 1.25” high and includes a carabiner clip allowing the unit to be easily attached to belts, equipment straps and rack mounts. Units are available in any length up to 1000 meters with a choice of a variety of connectors in order to connect to virtually all OTDR and patch panel ports.
Item #174095 - This specific launch lead is fitted with SC-angled connectors on both ends and 500m of singlemode fibre.
General Features / Benefits
Use as a Pulse Suppressor, OTDR Launch Box, Delay Line, Product Demonostrations, Training, Calibration
Solid internal housing protects spool and leads
Leads wrap in the same direction for quick, easy access and storage
Carabiner Clip included allows unit to be attached to equipment straps, belts and rack mounts
Light weight, easy to carry, small/low profile design portable for field use
Measures only 6.25" x 1.25"
Available in Singlemode 9/125, Multimode 62.5/125, Multimode 50/125 OM2 and Multimode 50/125 OM3
Custom length configurations available
OTDR Launch Cable/Lead
System emulation of loss, length, time delay and reflectance
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