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Price: $1,495

Noyes Optical Fiber Identifiers are rugged, handheld, and easy-to-use fiber optic test instruments designed to detect optical signals transmitted through a single-mode fiber without disrupting traffic. During installation, maintenance, rerouting, or restoration; it is often necessary to isolate a specific fiber. By simply clamping an Optical Fiber Identifier onto a gently bent fiber, the unit will indicate if there is [No Signal], [Tone], or [Traffic] and identify signal direction.

The OFI 200 model Identifier is equipped with a unique two-position head design that can be configured to work with 250 Ám, 900 Ám, ribbon, or jacketed fiber in seconds, without tools or adjustments. When testing coated fibers, the slim design of the OFI 200 model allows easier access on a splice tray where the amount of work space is limited. The clamping trigger is ergonomically designed to fit the natural motion of the operatorĺs hand. A high impact molded plastic case makes the OFI 200 model suitable for use outside plant or in the central office.

The OFI 200 model Identifier is battery operated with the battery indication feature and performs thousands of tests before batteries replacement is necessary.

Features:
  • Rugged, handheld, lightweight
  • Accepts 250Ám and 900Ám coated fiber, 3mm jacketed fiber cable, and ribbon fiber
  • No head swapping or adjustments
  • Identifies light carrying fiber
  • Low insertion loss - traffic remains uninterrupted
  • Indicates direction of traffic
  • Indicates Tone signal visually and audibly
  • 2kHz Tone detection
  • Battery operated
  • Low battery indication
  • Low cost, easy to use


  • Applications:
  • Live fiber identification - used during installation, maintenance, rerouting, or restoration to positively identify fibers prior to cutting and splicing
  • Tone detection


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