Categories: optical power meter
Entering the third decade of the 21st century, 5G will often occupy the top spot in the hot search list of the optical communication industry. The development of the optical communication industry is changing all the time. In order to better serve global users, Since its launch, JILONG OPM-22 series has been continuously optimized and upgraded, striving to present a perfect appearance to give back to users. Now, the OPM-22 series of optical power meters are newly upgraded and officially launched in April!
OPM-22 series has two models OPM-22 optical power meter and OPM-22V 2-in-1, two models in the product appearance and usage are basically the same, the difference is that OPM-22V 2-in-one has increased the VFL function, users can combine their actual situation to choose.
Taking OPM-22V as an example, it has a simple and stylish appearance, mini pocket design, light & small, easy to operate & carry; Its core adopts new technology, fast response and high measurement accuracy, and the measurement error is only ±0.1dB, which effectively improves the accuracy of the results; Universal interface can meet the use of SC, FC, ST and other common connectors. OPM-22V has seven wavelengths (850/980/1300/1310/1490/1550/1625nm). The wavelength can be freely selected by switching the [λ] key, which is more cost-effective than the six wavelengths on the market.
In order to reduce the burden of users, OPM-22V not only has an OPM test interface, but also a VFL interface. Its red light is stable and strong penetrating power. Whether it is to measure the loss of optical fiber, identify optical fiber in the computer room, or find the fault point... OPM-22V is a machine with multiple functions, allowing communication people to call for great love.
When checking and repairing lines, we often encounter no lights or dark environments, and mobile phone lighting is inconvenient. For this reason, OPM-22V has designed LED lighting to make it more convenient for you to check lines in the dark.
It’s often a whole day to go out for testing, and the machine on your hand often runs out of power, which makes you headache and annoying. OPM-22V is optional with lithium battery, which can be used for 60 hours when only the optical power meter is working. It is also designed with USB charging port, one line to solve your charging troubles, can support current mainstream charging equipment, socket charging, power bank, computer USB charging, etc., so that you will never be powered off when you go out.
OPM-22V is designed with a network test module. Through the "PRESS" button, measure the network line sequence and judge signal transmission; the interface is designed for plugging and loss prevention. OPM-22V threshold setting & automatic judgment function, allows you to set the threshold, when the measurement result is lower than the set value will warn.
Although OPM-22V is small in size, it has quite complete functions. If you are not familiar with the key functions, the following picture shows the function navigation.
Users can self-calibrate the OPM-22 series optical power meter, allowing you to measure more flexible.
However, now, the appearance of optical fiber fusion splicers on the market is too ordinary and bulky, and most of them are suitable for ground operations. It is very inconvenient when facing high-altitude operations such as FTTx optical fiber engineering, installation and maintenance, and security monitoring. In order to help users solve this problem, Nanjing Jilong Optical Fiber Communication Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as: JILONG) has developed a new 500E Mini optical fiber fusion splicer, which is equipped with an aerial work platform, which can not only adapt to high-altitude operations, but also work in any environment on the ground.
As a professional manufacturer in the field of optical communication in China, Komshine focuses on the research and development of optical communication product technology. Based on the FTTH optical fiber fusion splicer GX39 produced in the early stage, it is widely acclaimed. The six-motor backbone fusion splicer FX39, ranging from trunk line to small to installation and maintenance, is a complete package!
In order to meet the needs of users around the world, Orientek has successively developed and launched various and multi-model tool sets. Why is it said that the TLT series optical fiber loss test kit is the "luxury version"? Compared with the previous toolkit, this type of toolkit can be described as a supplementary upgrade. It contains all the commonly used tools for fiber testing, inspection, and cleaning, and can provide users around the world with better and more comprehensive fiber communication solutions.
In order to meet the needs of users and provide high-quality solutions, JILONG communications new products follow one after another -- with automatic fiber take-up function, high-precision fiber cleaver KL-21C.
The KL-21C adopts a brand-new design, the metallic black color scheme looks very textured, and the automatic fiber-rewinding function is eye-catching.
As we all know, OTDR is an optical fiber test instrument, which can be used for attenuation measurement of optical fiber links, quality inspection of optical fiber connectors and optical fiber splices. It can not only measure the fiber length, but also analyze the loss distribution of the link. However, the quality of the existing OTDRs on the market is uneven, and there are various bugs.
- Single function, poor applicability and practicability in complex construction environment
- The UI interface experience is poor, and the human-computer interaction s
In order to better cope with the rapid development of global 4G and 5G networks, Jilong Communications has transformed itself into a magnificent transformation, changing the single mode of optical fusion splicer, forming an all-round development of "fusion splicer, OTDR, measuring instrument, optical fiber tool". "Product line. Here will introduce the optical power meter OPM-22 series of measuring instruments.
Entering the third decade of the 21st century, 5G will often occupy the top spot in the hot search list in the optical communications industry. The development of the optical communication industry changes all the time. In order to better serve users around the world, Jilong OPM-22 series has been continuously optimized and upgraded since its launch, striving to return users with a perfect appearance. Now, the OPM-22 series of optical power meters are newly upgraded and officially launched!
Setting up the network infrastructure is a game of choice. You have a plethora of options when it comes to selecting the different materials in a network. You can either choose copper wire cables or fiber optic cables.
There is further bifurcation available in fiber optic types:
Single Mode Fiber Optic Cable and Multimode Fiber Optic Cable.
Choosing a suitable cable is vital as it has implications on the bandwidth, budget, and information travel distance. Hence it is essential to understanding the differences between both.
What are Single-mode and Multimode Fiber Optic?
First of all, in terms of working principle, both work by reflecting light multiple times in the glass core. However, the main difference between them lies in their structure. By definition, the working principle of a single-mode fiber
With the advent of the 5G era, you are no stranger to the optical fiber communication industry. You may have heard of the term fusion splicer before, but if you have not heard of it-the optical fiber fusion splicer is used to combine two separate glass optical fibers" Splicing" or fusing together-whether the fiber type is single-mode fiber or multi-mode fiber. The goal is to seamlessly connect two bare fibers. They are connected to each other by an electric arc. You may need to splice for a variety of reasons-the fiber may be broken or damaged, or you may be using a pigtail or splicing (SOC) on the splice to perform fiber termination, or you may need to extend the length of the fiber to the end of the long-distance network . Fusion splicing ensures that the light passes from one end of the fiber to the other without interruption, thereby ensuring minimal back reflection from the splice. Welding can be used instead of mechanical splicing. In fact, due to its advantages, it is usually