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Handheld laser source pinpoints fibre faults

29 Nov 2012

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 Model C0280003

GAO Instruments, an international provider of test and measurement instruments for electronic product design, has recently unveiled the Model C0280003 handheld laser source. The company's latest product emits a visible red light at a wavelength of 650nm to identify the location of fibre macrobends, breaks, problem connectors and improperly aligned mechanical splices.

The handheld laser works with both single-mode and multi-mode optical fibre and can be used within an OTDR's dead zone where accurate readings would otherwise be unavailable.

The laser source produces an optical power output of ≥0.5 mW, while offering a choice of two operating modes: continuous wave and 2Hz modulated. Powered by a 9-V NiMH rechargeable battery, the Model C0280003 delivers 8 to 10 hours of continuous operation. Other features include a low-voltage warning and an automatic power-off function.



More information regarding the Model C0280003 handheld laser source can be found at this webpage.

Visit GAO Instruments' website at www.gaoinstruments.com




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