AQ7933 is application software to display and analyze the waveform data measured on a YOKOGAWA OTDR and create and output reports of analysis results on a PC. It displays up to 20 waveforms at the same time and creates a work report in 3 steps. The software integrates applications that the previous software doesn’t have, such as the OTDR remote controller, and assists field engineers in their waveform confirmation work.
We offer a trial version of the software, in which all the functions are available for 60 days.
|File load*||File type: SOR, SOZ, MPZ, MPJ, SMP|
|File save||File type: SOR, SMP|
|File export||File type: CSV, TXT, BMP|
|SOR file analysis||Waveform load||Up to 1000 waveforms|
|Waveform display||Up to 20 waveforms, multi-trace display|
|Analysis method||One way analysis (normal analysis), two-way analysis (2way Analysis)|
|Marker analysis||Loss and distance between two points, splice loss, return loss, section analysis|
|Event analysis||Event editing, AutoSearch, Batch Processing, Pass Fail Judgment|
|Master event setting||Set events collectively on multiple waveforms|
|SMP file analysis||Waveform load||Up to 10 waveforms|
|Waveform display||Up to 10 waveforms, multi-trace display|
|Composite waveform editing||Pass Fail judgment|
|Layout selection||Seven types of templates|
|Layout editing||Set and edit displayed items|
|Preview window||Set and edit displayed content|
|Report output||Printing, PDF file, Excel file|
|Multi-Fiber Project Editor|
|File load||File type: MPJ, MPZ|
|File create, save||File type: MPJ|
|Set/edit||Analysis Setup, Other Setup, Group Settings|
|Utility||MPZ Converter, Trace Table|
|OTDR Apps||Yokogawa OTDR Remote Controller, File Transfer|
|Support tool||AQ7933 Report Extension Tool|
* When an SOZ or MPZ file is loaded, the SOR files contained within are loaded. When an MPJ file is loaded, the associated SOR files are loaded.
|PC||Clock speed||Speed at which the operating system can run smoothly|
|Storage||Free space of at least 10 GB|
|Memory size||At least 4 GB (at least 8 GB recommended)
* Continuous output and continuous printing of reports may require large amounts of
memory. If there is not enough memory, the software may not run properly.
|Display||Resolution: 1600×900 or higher|
|Disk drive||CD-ROM drive (if you purchased the standard version with CD)|
|OS||Windows 7 (Service Pack1 or later)|
|Series name||Model name||firmware
|AQ7270 series||735020, 735021, 735022, 735023, 735024, 735025, 735026, 735027, 735028, 735029, 735030||R2.03 and later|
|AQ7275 series||735031, 735032, 735033, 735034, 735035, 735036, 735037, 735038, 735040, 735041||R3.08 and later|
|AQ1200 series||AQ1200A, AQ1200B, AQ1200C, AQ1200E, AQ1205A, AQ1205E, AQ1205F||R3.03 and later|
|AQ7280 series||AQ7282A, AQ7283A, AQ7284A, AQ7285A, AQ7283E, AQ7283F, AQ7282G, AQ7283H,AQ7284H, AQ7283J, AQ7283K, AQ7282M||R2.05 and later|
|AQ7277 series||AQ7277, AQ7277B||R1.01 and later|
|AQ1000 series||AQ1000||R1.03 and later|
|AQ1210 series||AQ1210A, AQ1215A, AQ1210D, AQ1210E, AQ1215E, AQ1215F, AQ1216F||R1.03 and later|
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You can load SOR ※1or SMP※2 files and save the results of editing events and markers to files. In the case of SOR files, up to 1000 waveforms can be loaded and up to 10 waveforms can be displayed. In the case of SMP files, up to 10 waveforms can be loaded and displayed.
※1：SOR is a file for saving waveform data (including measurement conditions) of real-time measurements and averaged measurements performed on the OTDR.
※2：SMP is a file for saving adapt waveform data (including measurement conditions) of averaged measurements performed using the OTDR Smart Mapper.
This feature assigns the following settings collectively to multiple waveforms.
You can export the loaded waveform’s optical pulse measurement and analysis conditions, waveforms, and events as a report on a single sheet. The 3 steps to export a report are 1: load of a file, 2: display the report preview window, 3: export. It is possible to load multiple files and create multiple reports with the same layout.
You can also choose which items to include in the report.
You can place markers on waveforms and analyze the following measurement values.
Event analysis information (connections, splices, etc.) of loaded SOR files are displayed. The splice loss or return loss is displayed for each event. If events cannot be detected or if noise is detected as events, you can use the event edit feature to change the threshold for detecting various values to make adjustments to events.
If event analysis information is not available in an SOR file measured on an OTDR, you can set analysis conditions on the software and execute an auto search.
Waveform events that have been measured from optical fiber cable end A to end B and those measured from end B to end A can be combined. This combination enables displaying of events that could not otherwise be measured because of dead zones. You can save the analysis results in CSV format.
When files in SMP format saved on an OTDR with the Smart Mapper feature is loaded, a composite waveform is displayed. You can edit the composite waveform by moving the line (division line) indicating the combined target waveform section of each pulse width. The smart mapper function repeats optical pulse measurements on the same wavelength using different pulse widths to combine waveforms in order to compensate for measurement accuracy degradation.
* The number of measurements and pulse widths vary depending on the OTDR model and the distance range and wavelength set at the time of measurement.
The Multi-Fiber Project Editor can create project files to be loaded and used in the multi-fiber measurement feature of the OTDR. A project file contains multi-fiber information and other measurement conditions.
You can check the screen image data by the fiber inspection probe function of OTDR
By loading a macro that uses Microsoft Excel VBA to the Report Extension Tool, it is possible to output a unique Excel report unique to the user.
You can connect an OTDR to a PC through an Ethernet※ or Wi-Fi※ or USB interface and remotely control the OTDR from the PC. Once the Yokogawa OTDR Remote Controller OTDR is started up on your PC, the control panel is displayed on the PC so that you can remote-control the OTDR as if you do the same on the OTDR itself.
※The connection method depends on the product. Please check the introduction page of each product.
You can connect an OTDR to a PC through an Ethernet or USB interface and exchange waveform data files.
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|2 Traces Report||○||○|
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|6 Traces Report||○||○|
|8 Traces Report||○||○|
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