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An introduction of Sopto OTDR

Sopto provides SPT3302 handheld OTDR and SPTH1400 handheld OTDR. The physical description of an OTDR most closely resembles a sort of handheld price scanner with cables attached. The user connects the cables to an optical fiber, in the same way that two drivers will connect vehicle batteries with jumper cables, and then reset the OTDR settings for whatever parameters are being used in the specific test. A typical OTDR test can take anywhere from ten seconds to three minutes.

 

An OTDR takes advantage of the scattering of light in the optic fiber to make its measurements. The OTDR emits a high-power pulse that hits the fiber and bounces back. What comes back is measured, factoring in time and distance, and the result is "trouble spots," which radiate and can be targeted for repair. In general, the data take the form of a wave, with trouble spots clearly visible as aberrations in the wave.

 

Some OTDR systems are equipped with PC-linking capabilities, so that the data recorded during testing can be downloaded to a computer for analysis and storage. Naturally, specific software applications are available for such analysis.

 

Sopto provides SPT3302 handheld OTDR and SPTH1400 handheld OTDR with a special price.You can contact to us for more about OTDR,Price,Product,Description.

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