Ensuring Accurate Return Loss Measurements

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OptoTest equipment provides the most accurate Return Loss measurements in the industry. In this presentation you will learn more about the elements that make that possible and things to keep in mind to ensure optimal performance.

Ensuring Accurate Return Loss Measurements

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How to Save Time When Testing Multiple Cable Types

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Changing out reference cables during the insertion loss and return loss testing process to accommodate new DUT types can cause downtime for a manufacturing line and drastically reduce the efficiency of the cable production process.

With single channel DUTs and reference cables, the issue may seem inconsequential. However, in the modern fiber production line every minute counts; any method that can speed up time per test, minimize the time between tests, and prevent downtime are ways to make your cables more profitable.

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Preventing Damage to Optical Connectors

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As the most common and most preventable source of error in fiber optic test systems, learn the tips and tricks for preventing damage to maintain the performance quality and longevity of optical connectors.

Preventing Damage to Optical Connectors

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Testing Insertion Loss and Return Loss of a Simplex Cable in OPL-MAX

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In this video we will go through the process of testing insertion loss and return loss of a simplex cable in OPL-Max. This standard setup allows us to explore the features and functions of OPL-Max that operators are likely to encounter day to day.

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How to set up the OP-SPHR Integrating Sphere

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When a new OP-SPHR is shipped from OptoTest, it will require a few quick steps to make it ready to use. Following the instructions in this video will allow you to begin using the sphere in you production lines.

Remove the port plug from the back of the sphere using the provided hex wrench to loosen the two set-screws. Once both screws are loosened about 0.1”, the port plug should be easy to remove.

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