EXFO Fiber Certifier looks like a tablet, features Windows-like interface

EXFO's MaxTester 940 Fiber Certifier OLTS makes installation equipment look and feel like a tablet. The touch-screen device has a Windows-like interface and Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity.

According to EXFO, the Max-940 offers a step-by-step wizard and intelligent fault diagnosis that, among other features, help installers certify a system with fewer errors and a higher first-time accuracy rate. In addition, the device features on-site reporting capabilities which eliminate the need for data processing post-install.

The company said the Fiber Certifier is compliant with current industry best practices. The main and remote device units work with FIP-400B automated inspection probe series for connector endface inspection, a capability that EXFO says allows technicians to "understand and act on the results while taking out dirty or damaged connectors from the equation." Post

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