This software is to remotely monitor and/or control the product mentioned below.
Widows PC with an appropriate CPU and RAM that the OS below runs confortably.
Windows XP, Windows Vista (32bit&64bit), Windows 7 (32bit & 64bit), or Windows 8 (32bit & 64bit)
Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0
Free hard-drive space
10MB (need extra space for ".NET Framework 2.0")
Display resolution： 1024x768 or higher
Color： 65536 or more
Required software version
AQ6150/AQ6151： R01.01 or later
AQ6360： R01.01 or later
AQ6370C： R02.01 or later
AQ6370D： R01.01 or later
AQ6373B： R01.02 or later
AQ6374： R01.01 or later
AQ6375B： R01.01 or later
AQ6376： R01.02 or later
Please read Software Agreement carefully before downloading.
|Release Date||Sep 26, 2018|
|File Name||RemoteMonitor_V1.2.0_setup.zip||1.45 MB|
|Type||Software* Registration is required to download.|
Downloading of the software indicates acceptance of the software agreement.
The AQ6150 and AQ6151 models simultaneously measures the wavelength and power levels of both CW and Modulated optical signals from Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) components, transceivers, and transmission systems for metro, long haul, and access network applications with high speed data rates of 10G, 40G, 100G and beyond.
Popular TELECOM wavelength Range of 600nm to1700nm makes this an ideal model for Telecommunications applications for both singlemode and multi-mode optics.
New for 2010 includes both High Performance and Standard Performance versions.
High Performance LONG WAVELENGTH
The AQ6375B is a bench-top optical spectrum analyzer covering the long wavelengths, 1200 to 2400 nm, with the added benefits of gas purging input ports / output ports, a built-in cut filter for high order diffracted light, and a novel double speed mode which increases the sweep speed up to 2 times compared to the standard sweep mode.
MWIR WAVELENGTH with internal gas purge and cut filter
The AQ6376 is the latest version of our bench-top optical spectrum analyzer extending the wavelength coverage well beyond the NIR range of our previous models into the MWIR region from 1500 to 3400 nm.
Popular applications include the detection of gases such as carbon oxides (COx), nitrogen oxides (NOx), and hydrocarbon gas (CxHy) for environmental studies.