Loss Test Sets
These instruments combine up to 6 sources, a power meter & optional VFL in one unit.
The Kingfisher Hand Held Loss Test Meter is a premium instrument used to test power, loss, continuity and faults on fiber optic systems. In a small package, it provides a VisiTester-capable light source and optical power meter with excellent accuracy, flexibility and productivity.
- Easy to use, rugged & versatile
- Long battery life with micro USB external power / charger
- Alkaline or rechargeable batteries, AA x 2
- Large clear LCD is sunlight readable & back-lit
- 3 year warranty and calibration cycle
- Full QA & test reports for source stability / λ, & power meter linearity
- Autotest & Multi-Fiber ID Tone
- Superior re-connection repeatability, < 0.1 dB
- Excellent long & short term source stability
- Large memory with Text Tag, times-tamp and KITS™ Software
- Interchangeable connectors with dust cap & tilt bail
- Unique and useful VisiTester VFL option
- Power meter works with SC / LC duplex using universal adapters
- One button memory dump to USB key
What is a Loss Test Set?
These instruments combine up to 6 sources, a power meter & optional VFL in one unit. Two OLTS are usually used to measure losses on installed systems. Alternatively, some users may prefer either a higher performance two-way LTS, or a separate source and meter test kit. All Kingfisher OLTS are colored red for easy work site identification, and they are inter-operable with any other Kingfisher Autotest sources, meters or two-way testers with matching wavelengths.
For larger organizations, loss test sets can provide benefits in terms of simplified asset management, deployment and training, compared to sources & meters.
All Kingfisher less test sets offer superior measurement stability in practical link testing. When a test lead is repeatedly re-connected to the light source, the coupled power varies by < 0.1 dB. A Kingfisher OLTS can also be used as a tone generator for use with a clip-on identifier.
Note: Optical Loss Test Sets can alternatively be called: optical multimeters, fiber cable analyzers, or fiber cable certifiers.