Optical Test Equipment
Optical Spectrum Analyzers
Spectrum analyzer is electronic equipment used to measure the magnitude of a given input signal over the full frequency range of the device. It is primarily used to measure the strength of the spectrum of known and unknown signals.
Optical Time Domain Reflectometers/OTDR
OTDR (The optical time domain reflectometer): The reflector in the optical time domain can verify the fiber insertion loss in fiber optic cables, measure the length and detect the cable break, if any, and provide an analysis report by characterizing the fiber optic cable.
Optical Wavelength Meters
It is a device used to measure the power in an optical signal called an optical power meter (OPM). The term generally refers to a device used to test average power in fiber optic systems. The measured optical power and the set wavelength are displayed on the imaging unit.
Moduler Manufacturing Test System
These are the fixtures that simulate the application area of the sockets in the cable group during the test and perform their functional controls. They are specially designed in line with the needs and demands of our customers.
Portable Power Meters & Light Sources
It is a device used to measure the power in an optical signal called an optical power meter (OPM). The term generally refers to a device used to test average power in fiber optic systems. Other general purpose light power meters are often referred to as radiometers, photometers, laser power meters, light meters or lux meters.
Portable Ethernet Testers
Portable Ethernet Testers are widely used to test the performance, function, and quality of Ethernet and IP network systems by generating and validating traffic patterns.
Yokogawa offers proven solutions for your information network, communications and network Infrastructure testing requirements. Whether you are interested in quality of service, transport analysis, traffic generation or network path testing, these units provide the reliability, flexibility and features for your10/100M electrical and 1G/10G optical signals.