This OTDR Project File Editor can be used in combination with Multi fiber measurement function available on the AQ7270, AQ7275, AQ7280 and AQ1200 OTDRs. By registering a comments, number of fibers (cores), Tape ID, wavelength etc, the OTDR Project File Editor creates “File name table” called “Project”. This software is intended to upgrade the OTDR Project File Editor to new version.
By downloading the successor software, AQ7933, you get the latest features. In order to ensure that you can work comfortably, we recommend that you get the latest version of AQ7933.
For more details about the features, please refer to the AQ7933 product page or the AQ7933 download page.
Please read following update procedures before performing the installation.
- Download the new software version in zip format (OTDRProjectFileEditorVupxxx_EN.zip /OTDRProjectFileEditorVupxxx_CH.zip /OTDRProjectFileEditorVupxxx_KO.zip) into any temporary folder.
- After downloading and unzipping the zip file, MFPEditorVersionUp.exe will appear.
- Execute MFPEditorVersionUp.exe to open setup wizard.
- Follow the instructions in setup wizard to install OTDR Project File Editor.
||Aug 17, 2016
- Added function
- Supported the New OTDR units of AQ7280 (AQ7283E, AQ7282G, AQ7283J).
||Nov 13, 2014
||May 8, 2013
- Improved functions
- AQ1200A/ AQ1200B/ AQ1200C/ AQ1200E/ AQ1205A/ AQ1205E/ AQ1205F are supported.
- Added PON measurement condition.
- Added splitter threshold in event searching.
||Oct 28, 2011
- Improved functions
- Core numbers up to 100 available.
- Changeable default measurement condition.
- Renames model after fix project name.
Please read Software Agreement carefully before downloading.
||Aug 17, 2016
||Software* Registration is required to download.
What is the Optical Time Domain Reflectometer (OTDR) Used For?
OTDR is used in installing and maintenance servicing optical fiber access networks and user networks. Access networks are communications between telephone poles and telephone exchanges and user networks are communications between telephone poles and user sites.
How Does an Optical Time Domain Reflectometer Work?
The optical time domain reflectometer (OTDR) sends a series of high speed optical pulses into fiber for measurement in order to find events or faults in a fiber link. The OTDR reads data about events and return pulse strength over time and fiber length and graphs the information.
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