A dirty and/or damaged optical fibre is a common and avoidable problem, and EXFO’s intelligent fibre inspection solutions are designed to simplify and speed this task. Proper connector inspection is an essential best practice.
The solution comprises an inspection probe linked to a display platform. The former provides a crisp magnified digital image of connector endfaces, over a WiFi or USB connection, to a handheld test set with display for combined applications, a modular platform for advanced multitesting, a PC or laptop for labs, or even an Android™ smartphone or tablet for even more flexibility. Special analysis software helps ensure connectors and adaptors are clean and free of any defect, removing the risk of misinterpretation.
The EXFO FIP-400 series probes deliver a variety of functions depending on model chosen and display platform used. For more information on options and specifications, please contact us.
The Elliot Scientific May newsletter is now available. In this latest issue Raman spectroscopy is significantly enhanced by new SERS/SEF substrates, piezo-stage specialists mechOnics reveal their new DSP50 Multiphase Linear Stage, in-house instrument verification and automated connector testing is enabled by EXFO’s TKS-CAL, CRAIC Technologies offer new software for microspectroscopists, and we look forward to CLEO and the Photonex Roadshows next month.
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