AV6471 Optical Fiber Fusion Splicer 5.7 Inch Digital High
AV6418 OTDR is a high performance measuring instrument with
multifunction designed for testing FTTx network. It's mainly used
to measure the physical characteristics of optical fiber under
test, such as the length,the transmission loss and the splice loss
etc.. It can also locate the faults or breaks of optical fiber.
It's widely applied in the manufacture, construction and
maintenance in optical fiber communication system.
1. Handheld,lightweight and convenience for carrying;
2. 45dB high dynamic range;
3. ≤1m extra-short event dead zone;
4. 0.05m high distance resolution,128k sampling points;
5. Fast auto measurement,one-button operating;
6. Test up to four wavelengths with a single unit;
7. Communication light check automatically.
Please refer to "OTDR modules specifications"
±(0.75m + sample space + measurement distance×0.0025%)1
0.4,0.8,1.6,3.2,6.4,16,32 (MMF of 850nm)
5,10,30,80,160,320,640,1280 (MMF of 850nm)
Up to 128k
≥800traces(build-in), ≥65500traces(2GB SD storage)
Group refractive index setting
1.00000 to 2.00000 (0.00001steps)
640×480, 6.5 inch TFT-LCD (touch screen)
USB, Min-USB, Ethernet, earphone, SD
FC/SC/ST (universal connector)
Optical Power Meter
Wavelength range: 1200nm to 1650nm Measurement range: -60 to 0dBm
Measurement accuracy: 5%(-10dBm, CW)
AC adapter 100 to 240V, 50/60Hz, 1.5A DC:19V±2V(2A) Built-in
Lithium battery: 4400mAh, operating time ≥8 hours 2
User selectable: simplified Chinese, English, Russian, Korean etc..
(please contact CETC 41st for others)
Operating temperature: -10 to 50℃(charging:5 to 40℃)
Storage temperature: -40 to 70℃(Battery: -20 to 60℃)
Relative humidity: 5% to 95%, non-condensing
Note1: Does not include uncertainty due to fiber index
Note2: Low brightness, exclude measuring.
Unique PON testing capability
AV6471 is ideal for access and FTTH network testing, it enable you
to test through 1x32 even 1x64 splitters for PON(passive optical
AV6471 offers an exceptional 1m event dead zone and 0.05m high
distance resolution, with which you can characterize all events
between the transmitter and the central office's fiber distribution