Test and measurement specialist OptoTest has released a brand-new software suite, OPL-CLX. The software has been developed for the modern optical cable production and assembly line, to streamline the experience for the operator when using OptoTest’s insertion and return loss measurement instruments.
Camarillo, California-based OptoTest is proud to announce the release of an update to its OP720 optical switch for test and measurement applications. The company’s existing slim-line, 1U enclosure still works for 1xN switches up to 24 channels, but the redesign allows for many new configurations to fit within a 2U rack-mountable enclosure, the company says. These changes will enable greater degrees of customisation to suit customers’ requirements.
As part of ongoing efforts to improve the usability of its products, OptoTest has released a major update to its OPL-Max software. The new features and the improvements to existing features will greatly improve the user experience when testing insertion loss and return loss on multi-channel fibre-optic assemblies.
OptoTest Corporation introduces LAAD-MXC Adapters, the first solution designed in conjunction with USConec specifically to accommodate MXC connectors, which can connect to any of our large area detectors to allow for effortless loss testing.
OptoTest has introduced the new OP940 Insertion Loss and Return Loss instrument as the next generation of its IL/RL technology. This instrument boasts a larger colour display with multiple layers of functionality.
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