The MT9085 is the efficient and easy to use OTDR for today’s demanding fibre networks. So if you are looking to save time when testing FTTx, LANs, long distance or multi wavelengths, the MT9085 is the instrument to choose.
FEATURES AND BENEFITS
- 8-inch LCD with easy visibility even in direct sunlight
- Better work efficiency with synergy of LCD touchscreen, rotary knob, and dedicated hard keys
- Familiar functions and operations from previous ACCESS Master series
- Easy-to-Use Fibre Visualizer function for simple fibre path analysis
- Fast fibre bend location using high-speed, high S/N real-time sweep modes
- High-accuracy event detection and loss measurement (46-dB dynamic range max., 0.8 m event dead zone)
- Identification of each splitter event and up to 1 × 128 branches
- Optical loss test and optical power measurement with built-in light source, optical power meter, and visible light source options
- Optical fibre end-face inspection using external fibrescope option
The MT9085 is navigated using keys, a rotary knob, and 8-inch, colour, LCD touchscreen. The Fibre Visualizer function has also been taken to the next stage with at-a-glance confirmation of the optical fibre transmission path.
The OTDR measures the optical fibre loss and fibre length as well as detecting events, such as breaks in the fibre. Both singlemode and multimode fibres are supported and the a variety of test wavelengths is supported. The easy-to-use Fibre Visualizer function uses two types of realtime sweep (high-speed, high S/N). In this way the MT9085 can check the status of fibre connections and bends while monitoring the waveform. Events on the fibre are detected with high accuracy (46 dB dynamic range max., 0.8 m dead zone) and loss is measured. The excellent waveform quality supports short to long distance optical measurements, including PON and realtime measurement.
Optical Power/Loss Measurement
With a built-in light source and power and loss measurement functions, the all-in-one MT9085 series is ideal for confirming the status of optical fibre installations and fault conditions.
Optical Fibre End-Face Inspection
Connector end-face inspection uses an external fibrescope option (sold separately) to display the condition of the optical connector ferrule end face on the screen of the MT9085 main unit. This is important because not only do dirt and scratches on the ferrule face have a major impact on optical fibre circuit transmission quality, but they also prevent accurate optical pulse tests and measurement of optical loss and power.