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FIS Atlas Mini OTDR Dual Singlemode 1310/1550nm 26/24dB SC/APC Connector

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Unit of Measurement : EA
  • Wavelength: Single mode:1310/1550nm
  • Measuring Range Settings: Min 100m – Max 100km
  • Touch Screen or Hard Key Functions
  • OTDR data format: SOR format
  • Onboard Features: Power Meter, Light Source, OTLS, VFL, OTDR, Graphical Event Map Display, Optional Network Cable Test.
  • Keyboard input, edit or save file name and line number
  • 4.3-inch TFT screen, 800 x 480 pixel display
  • Units of measurement: Kilometers, Kilofeet, Miles
  • 26dB Dynamic Range at 1550nm
  • APC OTDR port with SC & FC interchangeable adapters
  • USB Connector Inspection Probe (sold separately)
  • Lithium Batteries – Lasts 8 hours or more on full charge
  • PDF Batch Reporting Software Included

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The new FIS Single Mode OTDR (1310/1550nm) is the perfect handheld testing device for a range of fiber optic applications. With an OTDR dynamic range of 26dB it can test and measure up to 90km (approx. 55 miles) of fiber at 1550nm. It also has an on-board Visual Fault Locator, Power Meter, Light Source; having the capability of an all-in one optical loss test set (OLTS). The mini-OTDR stores files in the very commonly used .SOR format and comes with reporting software that will print large batches of OTDR scans into professional, easy to read PDF reports.

What’s also easy to read is our user friendly graphical mapping software called “gMAP”. This software takes the OTDR scan and breaks it down into an easy to read set of icons; displaying the specific type of event being detected (splice, mated connector, bend, etc.) and the important details of all events on the fiber (distance, dB loss, reflection, etc.). This alternative OTDR scan allows even the most inexperienced user to easily interpret the information needed to identify, troubleshoot and verify the important characteristics of a fiber optic cable installation.

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