AFL FlexScan® TS100 FTTH PON Troubleshooter

Sept. 22, 2021
AFL’s FlexScan TS100 Optical Troubleshooter is an easy-to-use, all-in-one tool for detecting, identifying, locating, and resolving single-mode optical network issues.

AFL’s FlexScan TS100 Optical Troubleshooter is an easy-to-use, all-in-one tool for detecting, identifying, locating, and resolving single-mode optical network issues. The FlexScan TS100 has auto-configured settings to quickly measure received power, link length, loss, and ORL with the push of a button. The results are displayed using color-coded LinkMap icons for easy analysis. The FlexScan TS100 automates testing, shortens test time, interprets results, and recommends corrective actions.

Judge’s Comment: “This tool provides a number of functions provided by more expensive tools. This tool should get the notice of FTTH service providers.”
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