VeEX FX41xT PON Optical Power Meter

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  • Wavelength-selective level measurements:
    • G-PON per ITU-T G.984.2
    • XGS-PON per ITU-T G.9807.1
    • EPON & 10G-EPON per IEEE 802.3av
  • Calibrated PON wavelengths (Downstream):
    • 1490 nm (G-PON)
    • 1577 nm (XGS-PON)

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VeEX FX41xT PON Optical Power Meter

The VeEX FX41xT is a selective PON optical power meter for G-PON and XGS-PON. It is a 10G Next-Gen and Legacy PON Optical Power Meter.
It Provides fast, simple, and precise measurement of G-PON and XGS-PON downstream signals. Miniature filters ensure each wavelength is measured accurately. The tester is well suited for installation, service verification, and troubleshooting of co-existent networks, including IEEE based E-PON and 10G-EPON deployments.

Key features:

  • Downstream signal verification for 1G/10G PON networks
  • Simultaneous 1490/1577 nm signal level measurements
  • Pass/Fail indication per ODN Class or User thresholds
  • Alkaline or rechargeable NiMH batteries with Auto- off
  • Save up to 2000 measurements with date and timestamp
  • Save/display test results via NoApp™ QR code for mobile device transfer, post-processing, sharing, and upload
  • Cloud-based NoApp™ service (included) allows for data augmentation via mobile phone or tablet. Secured and always up to date. No installation or updates required.
  • Micro USB interface for 5V DC powering and battery charging
  • High contrast backlit, monochrome display - visible outdoors and indoor with varying light conditions
  • Splash and dust resistant keypad and chassis design
  • Rugged polycarbonate chassis for demanding field conditions
  • Fixed SC/APC connector interface with protective dust caps
  • Visual Fault Locator (VFL) option
  • Broadband Optical Power Meter (OPM) option

Check PON service wavelengths to ensure customers are connected correctly and verify downstream levels meet threshold criteria.

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