Live-fiber detector

July 1, 1995

Live-fiber detector

The LFD-100 fiber detector identifies active and unused fiber. This portable detector recognizes traffic and test signals and indicates the core power level and the direction of the light in the fiber. A single, non-removable head adapts to 250-micron coated or 900-micron tight-buffered fibers and 3-mm jacketed test jumpers or patch cords.

Exfo Electro-optical Engineering Inc.

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