The compact AQ2200-332 ATTN module features an optical variable attenuator and an optical power meter monitoring the output power of the optical variable attenuator. The optical monitoring function allows an optical output of any absolute value to be set up from this module.
Moreover, the optical fiber type can also be selected between SMF(10/125 µm) and MMF(50/125 µm, 62.5/125 µm), allowing a wide range of measuring systems to be built for systems or devices in optical public networks or optical LANs.
This system does not require manual reconfiguration of optical paths and adjustments of EDFA input power, and that improves measurement throughput and avoids a human error.
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