Fiber Optic Power Meter provides 3,000 µm Ge optical detector.

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Suited for engineers working on single mode optical cable networks, Model A0670011 conducts measurements of absolute light power in dBm and tests loss or relative power level in dB. Handheld unit operates over wavelength of 780-1,700 nm with input range of -43 to 27 dBm at accuracy of ±1%. Powered by 2 NiMH AA batteries, meter includes backlit LCD screen and is available with both FC and SC connectors. Meter is suited for installation, debugging, and maintenance of networks.



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Well-Designed Fiber Optic Power Meter Suitable For Field Use



Toronto, Canada - GAO Instruments (www.GAOInstruments.com) has announced the release of its handheld fiber optic power meter. Ideal for engineers working on single mode optical cable networks, this well-designed meter conducts fast and accurate measurements of absolute light power in dBm and tests loss or relative power level in dB. This portable fiber optic power meter is used for the installation, debugging and maintenance of telecommunication networks, CATV networks and local network projects.

This handheld fiber optic power meter, model A0670011, features a compact size, light weight and low power consumption, which make it suitable for use in the field. It operates over a wavelength range from 780nm to 1700nm with an input range of -43dBm to 27dBm at an accuracy of ± 1%. The power meter boasts a large high resolution backlit LCD screen for clear view of measurement results and provides a 3000µm Ge optical detector. Both FC and SC connectors are available. This compact meter, powered by two NiMH AA batteries, works continuously for 20 hours on a full charge.

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GAO Instruments (www.GAOInstruments.com) is a global leader in research, development and manufacturing of high performance telecommunication testers, electronic measurement instruments and other test and measurement devices.

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