Universal Fiber Optic Tools Kits FTTH ORIENTEK TFS-40
Professional FTTH tool kit contains the most essential tools for fiber optic fusion splice, Mechanical Splicing and patch cord termination. Ideal for fiber optic installation and maintenance jobs. Imagine when a technician is working, it is convenient if there is a full set of tool kits, which is convenient and contains all the measurement tools needed for the job？
To solve this problem, ORIENTEK has launched the TFS series fiber fusion splicing tool set, which is suitable for fiber fusion splicing, fiber loss testing, fiber cleaning, fiber breakpoint detection and other fields. It contains all the necessary tools for fiber cutting, breakpoint detection, cleaning, and loss testing. In addition, the toolbox is also rain-proof, drop-proof, easy to carry, large capacity and small size. It can adapt to all indoor and outdoor operating environments. Let's take a look at one of T
Fiber Optic Cleaver T30C – Your Best Assistant
Optical fiber fusion affects the loss of optical fiber signal transmission, and the flatness of the cutting surface of optical fiber directly affects the process of optical fiber fusion. Therefore, professional Fiber Optical Cleaver is needed to operate in the communication construction. As the partner of fusion splicer, ORIENTEK T30C Cleaver not only cuts accurately, but also greatly improves the work efficiency with its fully automatic design. Do you know how to use it efficiently?
ORIENTEK T30C adopts three-in-one fixture design, which can be a
Something you should know about the power meter
Optical power meter is a common tool for detecting optical fiber. We often hear absolute measurement and relative measurement during the detection, and related concepts include db and DBM. Therefore, many novices are confused when they just get the machine operation. How can we measure the fiber optical using the OPM?
The unit of optical power meter is DBM. In the illustrations of the optical transceiver or switch has its light emitting and receiving optical power, usually light emitting less than 0 DBM, the receiver can receive the minimum light power called sensitivity, can receive the maximum light power minus the sensitivity of the unit is the db (DBM - DBM = db), as the dynamic range, luminous power and receiver sensitivity difference is allowed optical fiber attenuation. When testing the actual luminous power minus the actual received light power of value is
Intelligent optical fiber connector inspection scheme
The first reason that leads to the attenuation of optical signal or causes the problems of optical fiber network is the dirt or damage of the end face of optical fiber connector. Therefore, the fast, lightweight and portable optical fiber end face detector for operational stability detection has increasingly become an indispensable detection tool for technicians in optical communication field
Orientek as a domestic optical communication professional manufacturer, in-depth analysis of the connector detection market, dedicated to solving the needs of users, took several years to develop the TIP-600v hand-held optical fiber end face detector, which can provide users with efficient and fast optical fiber connector detection solutions.
TIP-600v adopts innovative design, the operation of optical fiber connector detection is convenient, quick and good applicability, it has become a fiber troubleshooting, installation equipment test surface, factory products
How Fiber-to-the-home Broadband Works
On a hot summer day, when you drink Coke, blow the air conditioner, and play games, have you ever wondered how the network at home comes from? Let's get to know it with TheFO.com.
First, let ’s understands what Fiber-to-the-home (FTTH). Fiber-to-the-home broadband connections, or FTTH broadband connections, refer to fiber optic cable connections for individual residences. Such optics-based systems can deliver a multitude of digital information -- telephone, video, data, et cetera -- more efficiently than traditional copper coaxial cable for about the same price. FTTH premises depend on both active and passive optical networks to function.
How do these connections work? A key benefit to FTTH-also called FTTP, for "fiber-to-the-premises" broadband-is that it provides for far faster connection speeds and carrying capacity than twisted pair conductors, DSL or coaxial cable.
FTTH Networks Architecture, there are two types of FTTH architecture categories Acti
The update type of optic fiber identifier TFI-40 is coming
In order to improve the efficiency of optical fiber detection and better meet the user’s experience, ORIENTEK launched the upgraded TFI-40 high-precision optical fiber identifier. Compared with the old model, the upgraded TFI-40 has made many improvements. So, what's different about the upgraded TFI-40?
Fiber identification device is one of the necessary testing tools in optical fiber operational work, it is mainly used for lossless optical signal recognition detection, can detect single mode or multi-mode fiber in any position.
ORIENTEK upgrade TFI- 40 retained the design style of family, TFI-40 optical fiber identification instrument uses a four-in-one universal fixture. Therefore, in the actual optical fiber identification process, there is no need to replace the identification fixture, but the work efficiency is greatly improved, and the target fiber is quickly found.
In the actual testing conditions, there will be many types of optical f
Do you know How to Choose A Right Fusion Splicer?
The fusion splicer is used to fuse two optical fibers end-to-end by fusion splicing. It is an indispensable tool for optical fiber OSP and indoor cable network installation. There are many models of fusion splicer available, their functions, functions and costs vary. There are hundreds of options to choose from, and it can become very difficult to choose the right fusion splicer for the job. In this article, we will discuss how to find the best fusion splicer for your application from the following aspects.
Single fiber fusion splicer VS. Large-scale welding machine
Single-fiber fusion splicers: typically splice 250-micron fibers, but can also accommodate 900-micrometer sheathed fibers, flat cables, and fusion splices on connectors (also called splices on connectors) that are primarily used in FTTH applications. Strip a piece of fiber, clean it, split it, and insert it into the fiber holder. Repeat the same process for another fiber placed in the oppos