LANTEK III-500MHZ (EXCL. PL ADAPTERS)

R161001

POA

Overview

LanTEK® III-500. 500 MHz cable certifier for TIA/EIA category 6A / ISO class EA excluding Permanent Link adapters. Test adapters to be ordered separately.

Kit-Components
LanTEK III display/remote handsets, Li-ion battery (2), universal power adapter (2), USB cable, headset (2), hanging strap (2), USB Wi-Fi adapter, quick reference guide, carry case.

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Product features

Key features:

iOLM (Intelligent Optical Link Mapper) – automatic configuration and multiple measurements on the same link provides the best possible measurements regardless of fibre configuration
Onboard PDF reporting
Macro bend detection
Short attenuation dead zone: MM: 2.5 m/SM: 3 m and event dead zone: MM: 0.5 m/SM: 0.7 m for accurate location and characterisation of events
Quad wavelength (850/1300/1310/1550) for both multimode and single-mode testing
Each fibre may be tested at two wavelengths in a single Autotest
Provides results in only a few seconds
Interchangeable fibre adapters with a wide variety of available configurations
Transfer test results to PC via USB flash drives or USB cable
Optional video inspection micro scope to check connectors for cleanliness or damage
Provides simple PASS/FAIL results and macro bend detection in single-mode fibres that helps users identify bends or kinks in the cable, saving time during installation and troubleshooting
Small size for one handed operation
Rubber over-mould for enhanced drop protection
1 lithium-ion battery provides up to 12 hours operation
Warranty is 1 year and we recommend an annual calibration
Rugged carrying case for field use

The handheld OTDR… reinvented.

The OTDR II is finally bringing the iOLM, an intelligent OTDR-based application, to the handheld market. This advanced software turns even the most complex trace analysis into a simple, one-touch task. The iOLM feature removes the need for analysis of complicated OTDR traces.
However, the traces are available on the reports and PC software if required. For traditional OTDR users an OTDR II trace option is available to view and analyse traces on the tester.
The amazing 12-hour battery life will never let a technician down, and the plug-and-play hardware options, like the power meter and the USB video probe, make every technician’s job easier. Unlike traditional OTDR’s, OTDR II does not require specific launch cords which makes testing more cost effective and user-friendly.

The entry-level solution designed for all your testing needs

The OTDR II/iOLM features a dynamic range of 36 dB in single-mode and 29 dB in multimode, as well as industry-leading dead zones. This ensures efficient testing of closely spaced events such as patchcords in data centres, or patch panels in central offices (COs). The OTDR II is optimised for point-to-point testing of any access network, and is suitable for testing through 1×32 splitters.

Get the best out of your data post-processing

The FastReporter2 basic software included as standard allows users to create typical results of single measurements. The optional full license FastReporter2 is the perfect complement to your OTDR II, and can be used to combine multiple test results of the OTDR II and fibre probe into detailed PDF documentation.
Designed for off-line analysis, FastReporter2 offers reliable data and report management in a user-friendly environment. A 30-day trial version of the full license FastReporter2 is included.

Alternatively you can use the onboard reporting tool to create comprehensive PDF documentation.
For further details of the difference between the FastReporter2 basic software and the full licence of FastReporter2 software, please see chart below.

iOLM – removing the complexity from OTDR testing

In response to these challenges, IDEAL Networks are providing a better way to test fibre optics:
The intelligent Optical Link Mapper (iOLM) turns complicated graphs into an easy to read diagram displaying all events along the link with pass/fail status for each event. The iOLM is an OTDR-based application designed to simplify OTDR testing by eliminating the need to configure parameters, and/or analyse and interpret multiple complex OTDR traces. Its advanced algorithms dynamically define the testing parameters, as well as the number of acquisitions that best fit the network under test. By correlating multipulse widths on multiple wavelengths, the iOLM locates and identifies faults with maximum resolution – all at the push of a single button.

Visual Fault Locator (VFL)
The plug-and-play VFL easily identifies breaks, bends, faulty connectors and splices, in addition to other causes of signal loss. This basic, yet essential troubleshooting tool should be part of every field technician’s toolbox and comes with the standard unit. The VFL visually locates and detects faults over distances of up to 5 km by creating a brightred glow at the exact location of the fault on single-mode or multimode fibres.
Optical Power Meter and VFL option
A high-level power meter (GeX) that can measure up to 27 dBm, the highest in the industry. This is essential for hybrid fibre-coaxial (HFC) networks or high-power signals. If used with an auto-lambda/auto-switching compatible light source, the power meter automatically synchronises on the same wavelength, thus avoiding any risk of mismatched measurement.
Installation is quick and easy, and can be performed by the user without the need for any software update. Simply exchange the VFL board with the new optical power meter and VFL board.
Seven standard calibrated wavelengths

Fibre connector inspection and certification
– the essential first step before any OTDR testing

Taking the time to properly inspect a fibre-optic connector using an IDEAL Networks fibre inspection probe can prevent a host of issues from arising further down the line, thus saving you time, money and trouble.

Did you know that the connector of your OTDR II/iOLM is also critical?

The presence of a dirty connector at an OTDR port or launch cable can negatively impact your test results, and even cause permanent damage during mating. Therefore, it is critical to regularly inspect these connectors to ensure that they are free of any contamination. Making inspection the first step of your OTDR best practices will maximise the performances of your OTDR and your efficiency.

FastReporter2 Software Comparison Chart between basic version (comes as standard) and optional full software license (30-day trial):

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