OWLTrek II OTDRs may be pocket-sized, but their 2.8” high-resolution color LCD display can show even the longest traces with ease. OWL has implemented state-of-the-art MEMS technology which “flips” the high-resolution color LCD display between portrait and landscape mode automatically. In landscape mode, a wider viewing area means greater viewing detail. Automatic event location is an advanced feature normally found only in expensive, high-end OTDRs.
The OWLTrek II OTDR marks events on the trace, and has an event table showing the location, type, reflectance level, and loss of each event, and auto-zooms to the selected event. It includes separate dual-wavelength multimode and singlemode OTDRs.
OWLTrek II OTDRs are capable of finding breaks in singlemode and multimode optical fibers within +/- 6 feet, out to a maximum distance of 80 miles in singlemode and 12 miles in multimode. Additional splices and other loss producing events will limit end distance estimates, which is true for all OTDRs. However, when you stop to consider that most passive singlemode Telco links are almost always less than 12 miles long, and multimode links are less than 1.25 miles long, spending thousands of dollars more for a little bit of extra dynamic range that you will probably never use is not cost effective.
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