06.19.2003 12:00 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Fiber Systems International introduces integrated test set

The kit includes a Loopback plug, an AC power adapter/recharger, four interchangeable AC adapter plugs, afoam-filled case and an optional cleaning kit – with 50 optic cleaning pads, 50 swabs and foam cleaning fluid.

Fiber Systems International has introduced the Model 1300 Optical Loss test set for TFOCA (Tactical Optic Fiber Connector Assembly), TFOCA-II, MIL-C-28876 and standard hermaphroditic fiber optic connectors.

This integrated test set is specifically designed to address the test and verification of multi-fiber optic cable assemblies. The test set includes two optical sources and two power meters in a single unit with a integral interface connector. The Model 1300 Optical Loss Test Set also includes an with optional cleaning kit.

The kit includes:

  • Loopback plug

  • AC power adapter/recharger

  • 4 – interchangeable AC adapter plugs

  • Ruggedized, foam-filled case

  • An optional cleaning kit – with 50 optic cleaning pads, 50 swabs and foam cleaning fluid

  • An optional breakout cable and fault finder (Plug to ST, SC or FC breakout cable)

The light source/power meter is housed in a rugged hand held enclosure with a rubber holster and operates on four rechargeable 1.5 V AA batteries. A 90-264 V, 47-63 Hz AC adapter with four interchangeable international-standard plugs is also provided. An LCD graphic display shows loss through the entire cable assembly.

For more information visit www.fibersystems.com.

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