Technicians can now rely on NOYES M310 Data Center OTDR to resolve the technical challenges connected with data center architectures and network speeds.
NOYES M310 Data Center OTDR is the latest release from AFL to help technicians to easily troubleshoot fiber runs abundant with connections and short jumpers. This new OTDR combines short dead zones and generous dynamic range, enabling quick means of validating fiber polarity and identifying workmanship issues like broken, kinked or crushed fibers.
The M310 syndicates ease of use (Touch and Test) with industry leading specifications in a field rugged, hand-held package. Integrated OTDR, OPM and VFL functionality with inspection capability simplifies setup, testing or troubleshooting and reduces network outage time.Also, M310 comes with dead- zones less than 1m and dynamic ranges of up to 38 dB, and is a perfect solution for testing, troubleshooting and documenting Data Center, Enterprise, SAN/LAN/WAN, co-location, campus, Department of Transportation and military single-mode and multimode (62.5 and 50 micron) fiber networks, according to the company.
“AFL NOYES introduced the hand held OTDR to the world in 2003 and we continue to pack innovative capabilities and performance into these products. The M310 has industry leading specifications; including sub 1 m event and 2.5 m attenuation dead zones and integrated OTDR, OPM, VFL and inspection support. This enables technicians to test and characterize data center fibers as outlined in the ANSI 002-2011 Data Center Design and Implementation Best Practices,” explains Michelle Collier, RCDD, senior product marketing manager at AFL.
The easy to use M310 includes innovative features such as Touch and Test-user interface, Wave ID, Live Fiber Detection, Front Panel and First Connector Checks that enable experts and novices to quickly and efficiently resolve the network challenges characteristic of today’s and tomorrow’s data centers.
The company is currently offering M310 in Certification kits that offer all the tools necessary for cleaning, inspecting, Tier 1 and Tier 2 testing and documenting data center networks.
Edited by Brooke Neuman