Test applications include OTDR, automatic IL/ORL, CWDM analyzer, selective PON power meter and connector inspection with IEC pass/fail analysis
Built-in optical power meter, VFL and optical talkset options
New generation lithium polymer (LiPo) battery for up to 8 hours operation
Flexible connectivity with ethernet, USB, bluetooth and wifi capabilities
Special hands-free bag as standard
Cross-compatibility with MTS-4000 Multiple Services Test Platform
The MTS-2000 is a handheld modular test set for the installation, turn-up and maintenance of optical fibers across Enterprise, Metro and FTTx/Access point-to-point or point-to-multipoint networks (PONs).
Hands-free testing. Hands-free case optimizing productivity whether the task is “up poles or down holes” and ensuring all the essential fiber test tools are close at hand comes standard and makes daily work for technicians easier.
Built for simplicity. Simple interface and one-touch button operation ensures straightforward use of the instrument. Results are displayed on a large high resolution color touchscreen.
Widest range of applications. The modular form factor enables to outfit the test set with the exact capabilities needed in the field. Combining such a large array of applications into one handheld test set maximizes return on investment and drives common test methods and procedures.
LAN/WAN/Metro/Access/PON OTDR applications. Ensure fast and consistent fiber deployments across your network with the SmartOTDR™ test mode.
FiberComplete™ application for automated Insertion Loss and ORL testing with fault finding
CWDM optical spectrum analyzer application
PON/FTTH selective power meter application
Digital analysis microscope to inspect connectors end faces and perform IEC pass/fail analysis
Other Test Applications: optical power meter, visual fault locator and optical talkset
Modular Test Platforms
NBN (National Broadband Network), Wideband Transmission Network, PON / FTTx (including FTTP (GPON), FTTH, and FTTB), Network Testing, Test and Inspection
Standard Package Contains
AusOptic Genuine Product Guarantee Authorised distributor, benefit from manufacturer-backed, local warranty coverage, genuine parts, and our experienced local support team
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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