FlexScan OTDR with SmartAuto and LinkMap

Item#:
FS200-100-PLUS-P1-W1-U-ENG-US-SC-SC

Weight:

0.90 LBS

$4,495.00
$4,399.00
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Pocket-sized, Performance-packed, Easy to Use and Affordable FlexScan OTDRs enable both novice and expert technicians to quickly and reliably troubleshoot optical networks or fully characterize newly installed or repaired networks. Using FlexScan's innovative SmartAuto mode, multiple OTDR scans quickly and accurately detect, locate, identify and measure network components and faults. After applying industry-standard or user-set pass/fail criteria, the characterized network is displayed using FlexScan's intuitive, icon-based LinkMap view.

FlexScan automates test setup, shortens test time and simplifies results interpretation, improving efficiency and reducing the cost of test. Acquired results may be stored internally or externally. Internally stored results are easily accessed via USB, Bluetooth or Wi-Fi.

With optional connector inspection, integrated source, power meter and VFL, FlexScan offers an all-in one solution, ensuring technicians have everything they need to locate and resolve optical network issues.

Designed for field use, FlexScan is robust, rugged, lightweight, powerful and flexible. FlexScan Models and Kit Configurations FlexScan is initially available in two models:

  • FS200-50: 1550 nm only version for cost-effective network troubleshooting, including detection of high-losses due to macro-bends
  • FS200-100: 1310/1550 version for more complete installation verification, as well as troubleshooting. By testing at both wavelengths, FlexScan can differentiate poor splices from macro-bends, as well as qualify the network for operation in both 1310 and 1550 nm windows.

Features

  • Fast, accurate SmartAuto OTDR network characterization or fault location
  • Easy to understand LinkMap results with pass/fail indications
  • 1550 only or 1310/1550 OTDR
  • Rugged & pocket-sized; < 1 lb (0.4 kg)
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Applications

  • Fast, accurate single-mode fiber fault location using OTDR and VFL
  • Single-mode optical network characterization using OTDR
  • Single-mode loss testing using integrated source & power meter

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