EXFO's LTK-1 offers power meter testing for optical networks

EXFO has introduced its LTK-1, a low-cost benchtop power meter which combines the FTB-1750 power meter module in the new LTB-1 platform. Leveraging EXFO's patented design, the FTB-1750 optical power meter can deliver power measurements. Its 85 dB range and fast stabilization time allows technicians to simultaneously measure high and low signals on up to four channels. Data acquisition can be performed on a single channel or all channels simultaneously with the option to save test results in an LTB-1 file on a network.

The new Windows-based LTB-1 benchtop platform offers flexibility with an Ethernet remote control port and processor. It also features a touchscreen display and an optional inspection probe, namely the FIP-400B. The kit comes with a web-based user interface and remote control capabilities via its built-in Ethernet port and instrument drivers. Users can also control the FTB-1750 power meter either locally or remotely via any web browser by connecting the LTB-1 to a network. Release

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