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EXFO - FTB-7000D OTDR

The FTB-7000D OTDR takes metro, access and FTTH network testing to the next level. Its exceptional 1 m event dead zone lets you characterize all events between the transmitter and the central office's fiber distribution panel.

This module features a highly efficient, lightning-fast trace acquisition routine, as full averaging is performed in 45 seconds. Thanks to next-generation OTDR software, the FTB-7000D enables you to test through high-port-count splitters-even 1 x 32 splitters-perfect for passive optical network (PON) testing. The FTB-7000D OTDR offers triple-wavelength configurations, with a choice of wavelengths: 1310/1490/1550 nm, or 1310/1550/1625 nm.

Like all EXFO OTDR modules, the FTB-7000D is housed in either of EXFO's portable test platforms, the FTB-400 Universal Test System or the OTDR-dedicated FTB-100B Mini-OTDR.

An FTTx Test Solution

This product is part of EXFO's series of FTTx-compliant optical test products. It allows for the testing of passive optical networks (PONs) at the three main wavelengths (1310, 1490 and 1550 nm) recommended by the ITU-T (G.983.3) for use in fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) and fiber-to-the-premises (FTTP) networks.

Features

  • 1 m event dead zone: shortest in the industry

  • Four-times-shorter testing time, for minimized testing costs

  • FTTx ready: passive optical network (PON) testing capability

  • Market-leading linearity of 0.03 dB/dB, for highly accurate event characterization

  • Dynamic range of up to 38 dB

 
 
 
 

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