The SMLP4-4 test kit combines the OPM4-2D optical power meter and OLS4 integrated LED and LASER light source and is ideally suited for testing fiber optic networks with hybrid (single-mode and multimode) cables.
The OLS4 features 850/1300 nm LED output from a multimode output port and 1310/1550 nm LASER output from a single-mode output port. Each wavelength may be transmitted individually at CW or with user selectable modulated Tone (SM output). Also, each wavelength may be transmitted with Wave ID. When transmitting with Wave ID, the OLS4 supports transmitting pairs of wavelengths in an alternating pattern. Associated with each operating condition, the designated LED indicator will illuminate to identify the currently enabled operating mode and emitted wavelength(s) along with battery charge status and external power presence. Both output ports are equipped with UCI based removable adapters to allow the output connectors to be inspected and cleaned.
The OPM4-2D features automatic wavelength identification and switching (Wave ID) when used with the OLS4, multiple test Tone detection for fiber identification, and stores optical references for each calibrated wavelength. A large dual-wavelength LCD display with backlight shows measured power [dBm or µW] or insertion loss [dB], calibrated wavelengths [nm], tone signal [Hz], wavelength ID, and estimated remaining battery life. The OPM4-2D optical input port accepts a variety of Noyes thread-on style adapter caps (ordered separately) to meet a wide range of testing requirements.
The OPM4-2D and OLS4 offer long battery life from common AA alkaline batteries. The SMLP4-4 test kit is fully N.I.S.T. traceable.
Handheld, rugged, lightweight
Wave ID (auto identification & switching)
Dual or single Wave ID, CW, Tone
270 Hz, 330 Hz, 1 kHz, 2 kHz Tone
Large LCD with backlight (OPM4-2D)
Power measurements in dBm or µW; insertion loss in dB
Reference power level storage
Low battery indicator
Long battery life with 2 x AA alkaline
Free 50 µm and 62.5 µm mandrels
Cost-effective, easy to use
Certify multimode and single-mode links per TIA/EIA standards
Fiber identification prior to splicing