Optical Power Meter offers automatic frequency range switching.

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Controlled by single-chip microprocessor, Model A0670004 tests power from 850-1,700 nm and provides calibrated wavelengths of 850, 980, 1,300, 1,490, 1,550, and 1,625 nm. Meter can store 1,000 groups of data items and displays optical power in nW, µW, mW, dB, and dBm on HD LCD. Featuring automatic reset and shutdown, self-calibration, and automatic frequency identification, device is suited for construction and maintenance of fiber optic communication systems and optical fiber CATV systems.



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Full Featured Optical Power Meter



Toronto, Canada - GAO Instruments (www.GAOInstruments.com) has released its multi-functional optical power meter which displays optical power in nW, uW, mW, dB and dBm on its high definition LCD screen. It is intended for the construction and maintenance of fiber optic communication systems and optical fiber CATV systems.

This well-designed optical power meter, model A0670004, is controlled by a single-chip microprocessor. It features automatic frequency range switching, automatic reset and shutdown, self-calibration, low battery indication, automatic frequency identification function and high measurement accuracy. This device tests optical power over a wavelength range of 850 to 1700nm and provides calibrated wavelengths including 850nm, 980nm, 1300nm, 1310nm, 1490nm,1550nm and 1625nm.The optical power meter has enough memory to store 1000 groups of data items. In addition, it offers FC, ST and SC connectors for selection.

Visit www.GAOInstruments.com for more information or to purchase this product online.

For any sales inquires please contact:

1-877 585-9555 ext. 601 - Toll Free (USA & Canada)

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About GAO Instruments

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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