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Standalone Instruments - Benchtop & Handheld

Standalone Instruments - Benchtop & Handheld
Standalone Instruments - Benchtop & Handheld
Standalone Instruments - Benchtop & Handheld
Standalone Instruments - Benchtop & Handheld
Standalone Instruments - Benchtop & Handheld
Standalone Instruments - Benchtop & Handheld
Standalone Instruments - Benchtop & Handheld
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Standalone Instruments - Benchtop & Handheld
Standalone Instruments - Benchtop & Handheld
Standalone Instruments - Benchtop & Handheld
Standalone Instruments - Benchtop & Handheld
Standalone Instruments - Benchtop & Handheld
Standalone Instruments - Benchtop & Handheld
Standalone Instruments - Benchtop & Handheld
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EXFO's comprehensive range of test equipment   

Standalone Instruments - Benchtop & Handheld   

EXFO offer a comprehensive range of benchtop and portable test instruments, delivering top performance and pinpoint accuracy for the optical communications laboratory. Choose from:

  • Test & Measurement Solutions: Smart fibre inspection systems with more to offer
  • Variable Attenuators & Tuneable Filters: An integral part of most characterisation setups
  • Light Sources & Lasers: Simulate voice, video and data signals of real-life service applications
 

FIP-400 Intelligent Fibre Inspection

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 Wi-Fi 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.

EXFO FIP-400 Intelligent Fibre Inspection

The EXFO FIP-400 series probes deliver a variety of functions depending on model chosen and display platform

Demonstration of fibre inspection tests using an FIP-435B courtesy of EXFO
 

FTBx-5235 Optical Spectrum Analyser

  • Channel power measurement
  • Channel wavelength measurement
  • DWDM network analysis
  • Offline post-processing
EXFO FTBx-5235 Optical Spectrum Analyser

The FTBx-5235 is a compact, entry-level optical spectrum analyser (OSA) that is ideal for a variety of field applications, including DWDM and CWDM network commissioning and troubleshooting. It features all the typical OSA capabilities, including power and wavelength measurements, WDM and drift mode, OSNR testing and offline postprocessing.
 
This handheld OSA has the largest screen in the industry and comes with an intuitive Windows™ user interface.

 

LTK-1 Benchtop Optical Power Meter

  • High-performance optical power meter
  • 85 dB range
  • Choice of 1, 2 or 4 detectors
  • Up to 5 kHz continuous sampling rate
  • Easy-to-use web-based interface
  • Optional FIP-400B fibre inspection probe
  • IVI compliant drivers for automated test systems
EXFO LTK-1 Benchtop Optical Power Meter

Combining the FTB-1750 power meter module with the new LTB-1 platform, the LTK-1 delivers a high-performance benchtop power meter solution to the lab engineer, or the production manager looking for a small, cost-effective easily automated solution.
 
EXFO designed the LTK-1 for performance, giving it an 85 dB range, fast stabilisation times, and the ability to simultaneously measure high and low signals on up to four channels. This new power meter kit is the only one on the market to offer touchscreen display and optional industry-leading FIP-400B inspection probe.
 
The LTB-1 platform is Windows-based, and offers maximum efficiency and flexibility through its Ethernet remote control port and powerful processor. It comes with a web-based user interface and powerful remote control capabilities via built-in Ethernet port and IVI compliant instrument drivers.

The latest EXFO LTB-1 and LTB-8 systems offer scalable and flexible solutions for fast and efficient testing, delivering unmatched testing automation, connectivity and remote control.

 

PPM-350D PON Power Meter

  • Detects PON technology in use
  • Compatible with GPON and EPON
  • Handles Single- Multi-layer PON
  • Supports 10G
  • Pass-through mode for ONT/ONU verification
  • Smart App with Bluetooth and USB
EXFO PPM-350D PON Power Meter

EXFO's PPM-350D has been designed to discover what's being squirted down a fibre with its unique PON-aware™ technology. As communications service providers (CSPs) deploy next-gen technologies onto legacy passive optical networks (PON) by overlaying new wavelengths on existing lines, field technicians need to know what's what. The PPM-350D PON Power Meter automatically detects the PON technology in use and adapts its test parameters to match.

 

XFA Automatic Tuneable Filter with a Fixed Bandwidth

  • Fixed bandwidth flat-top filter
  • Ultra-sharp filter edges
  • High isolation
  • High accuracy and repeatability
  • 200 nm wavelength range
  • Easy-to-use software
EXFO XFA Automatic Tuneable Filter with a Fixed Bandwidth

The XFA tuneable filter is an economic alternative to the XTA-50 (below) if you only need wavelength tuning at a fixed bandwidth. The bandwidth of the XFA is factory set to a value in the 50 to 800 pm range chosen by the customer.

The XFA offers the same features as the XTA-50 except for the bandwidth adjustment. The extremely sharp edges ensure a clean cut between the signal and the adjacent channels or noise, while the flat-top square shape ensures data integrity.

 

XTA-50 Automatic Tuneable Filter with Adjustable Bandwidth

  • Adjustable bandwidth flat-top filter
  • Ultra-sharp filter edges
  • High isolation
  • 200 nm wavelength range
  • High accuracy and repeatability
  • Narrowest filter – highest selectivity
XTA-50 Automatic Tuneable Filter with Adjustable Bandwidth

The XTA-50 tuneable filter is fast becoming the reference tool for channel selection, or even sub-band extraction, thanks to its adjustable bandwidth in combination with very steep edges.

Electronically controlled, the centre wavelength and bandwidth can both be set precisely and independently. The instrument covers all key wavelengths from 1260 to 1650 nm, and bandwidths from 32 pm (4 GHz) to 5 nm. Three versions are available:

  • Standard version: 50 pm (6.25 GHz) to 950 pm (120 GHz) with 500 dB/nm
  • Ultrafine version: 32 pm (4 GHz) to 650 pm (80 GHz) with 800 dB/nm
  • Wide version: 50 pm (6.25 GHz) to 5000 pm (625 GHz) with 500 dB/nm

The extremely sharp edges ensure a clean cut between the signal and the adjacent channels or noise, while the flat-top square shape ensures data integrity. The filters offer the highest selectivity available on the market, allows for many new fibre-optic transmission experiments and, for efficient operation, it has a user-friendly touch screen interface with four menus:

  • Wavelength and bandwidth selection
  • Predefined ITU grids: 25, 50, 100 and 200 GHz
  • Customer defined grid
  • A sequence for systematic bit-error rate testing
 

XTM-50 Manual Tuneable Filter with Adjustable Bandwidth

  • Adjustable bandwidth flat-top filter
  • Ultra-sharp filter edges
  • High isolation
  • 200 nm wavelength range
  • High accuracy and repeatability
  • Narrowest filter – highest selectivity
EXFO >XTM-50 Manual Tuneable Filter with Adjustable Bandwidth

The XTM-50 tuneable filter is the perfect tool for laboratory use. Its optical performance is identical to the XTA-50 (above) as it is based on the same optical system. The wavelength tuning and bandwidth adjustment are manual through micrometers. All versions of the XTA-50 have their manual equivalent in the XTM-50 family

The centre wavelength and bandwidth can both be set independently, and the instrument covers all key wavelengths from 1260 to 1650 nm, and bandwidths from 32 pm (4 GHz) to 5 nm in different versions.


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