Optical Visual Fault Locator features pen-style design.

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Model 3105P optical visual fault locator enables fiber tracking, fiber routing, and continuity checking in optical networks. Unit detects faults in OTDR dead zone and finds breaks, poor connections, and bending/cracking in fiber optic cables. Supporting CW and pulse operating modes, 650 nm device is drop- and dust-resistant and offers low voltage warning. It includes laser case ground design to prevent ESD damage, FP-LD emitter, and 2.5 mm universal connector.



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Pen Style Optical Visual Fault Locator



Toronto, Canada - GAO Fiber Optics (www.GAOFiberOptics.com) is offering its pen style optical visual fault locator (VFL) which is specially designed for field personnel who need an efficient and economical tool for fiber tracking, fiber routing and continuity checking in optical networks. It detects faults in an OTDR dead zone and also finds breaks, poor connections and bending or cracking in fiber optic cables.

This portable fiber optical visual fault locator, model 3105P, performs end-to-end visual fiber identification. It supports both CW and pulse operating modes. The 650nm visible fault locator complies with CE standards including EMC, EMI and ROHS. It features a low voltage warning, it is drop and dust resistance and has a laser case ground design which prevents ESD damage. The rugged fault locator is shipped with a FP-LD emitter and a 2.5mm universal connector. If 1.25mm connectors are required, an FC (male)-LC (female) convertor can be provided upon request.

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About GAO Fiber Optics

GAO Fiber Optics (www.GAOFiberOptics.com), a member company of GAO Group, is a leading provider of fiber optic test and measurement instruments, transceivers and other fiber optical devices.

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