OTDR tc-600

OTDR tc-600
 

Product description:

TC-600 Series OTDR developed by TECHTX, which meet the needs on the wide range of
measurement by FTTx, Metropolitan Area Network, Backbone Network and other optical networks.
TC-600 OTDR Technical Specifications
Technical Specifications1
Wavelength (nm) 850/1300 1310/1550 1310/1490/1550 1625
Dynamic range (dB) 2 23/21 32/30 34/32 36/34 38/36 34/32/32 38/36/36 304 325 344 365
Pulse width (ns) 52040801603206401280 52040801603206401280256051201024020480
Event blind zone (m) 3 2m 2m
Attenuation blind zone (m) 3 9m 9m
Linearity (dB/ dB) ±0.05 dB/ dB
Loss threshold (dB) 0.05
Loss resolution ratio (dB) 0.01
Sampling resolution ratio (m) 0.125 to 8
Sampling point 32K
Distance uncertainty (m) ± (1 m + 5*10-5* distance + sampling interval)
Distance scope (km) 0.3 to180
Typical real-time refreshing duration (s) 0.2
Memory capacity of trace SD Card (2G) ,) 10000 pieces
Duration of measurement Defined by user; 5sec, 10sec, 15sec, 30sec, 1min, 2min, and 3min are selectable
General specification Interface category
Dimension (H*W*D) 150*235*66 Optical interface FC/ UPC (PC, and APC are selectable)
Weight 1.5kg Data interface USB interface, SD card interface
Temperature Running temperature -10 to 50
Memory temperature -40 to 70 Visible failure orientation VFL
Relative humidity 0% to 95% (non condensation) Wavelength 650nm
Power supply Lithium battery; continuing working duration ≥ 8 hours Output power (dBm) ≥-3
Warranty period 12 months Maximum testing distance 3km
Remarks: 1. The technical specification describes the ensured performance of the instrument when
using typical PC model connector to measure. Without considering the uncertainty caused
by optical fiber refractivity.
2. Dynamic range is the data measured under the condition of the maximum pulse width and
3 minutes of average time. Dynamic range is the data measured under the condition
of 180km/ 20480ns/ 3min.
3. Measuring conditions of blind zone: reflection event is within 4Km, reflection
strength ( -35dB. Measured by the minimum pulse width.
4. Dynamic range measured when there is filter.
5. Dynamic range measured when there is no filter.