Electrical measurement technology includes electronics such as photodiode amplifiers for evaluating optical signals as well as purely electronic measuring devices and controls. This kind of technology ranges from oscilloscopes, to signal generators, through to piezo and stepping motor drivers. Laser 2000 provides highly innovative electrical measurement technology systems that make day-to-day work much easier.
The all-rounder for every laboratory: oscilloscope, spectrum analyzer, phase meter, signal generator, lock-in amplifier and data logger and much more in a single, very compact device
With the TIA series we offer optical-electrical converters for laboratory and field use.
The TIA-4000 is comprised of a fiber coupled InGaAs APD detector combined with a variable reverse bias voltage network and fast transimpedance amplifier
TIA-3000 mit InGaAs-PD 30kHz - The TIA-3000 is an instrument for the laboratory or for field use.
The TIA-2000 Optical to Electrical Converter is a high speed photodetector module designed for direct optical-to-electrical conversion of RF-modulated optical signals and provides a typical bandwidth of DC-20 GHz
The TIA-1200 Optical to Electrical Converter is a wide-band detection system for fiber optic applications.
The TIA-952 is the optimum instrument for the laboratory or for field use.
The TIA-525 optical receiver is a convenient, easy to use optical to electrical converter.
The TIA-525 optical receiver is a convenient, easy to use optical to electrical converter
Sidekick® Plus ADSL / VDSL Cable Maintenance Test Set for fault finding an dtrouble shooting on copper infrastructure in telecom applications.
Der 40 G Zertifizierervon Viavi (ehemals JDSU) wurde für die Zertifizierung von Enterprise Netzwerken entwickelt. Der 40 G Zertifizierer ist die neue Generation der Kabelzertifizierung für die Klassen D, E, Ea, F, Fa 1 bis 2500 MHz.
The 40 G certifier Viavi (formerly JDSU) was developed to certify enterprise networks. The 40G Certifier is the new generation of cable certification for Classes D, E, Ea, F, Fa 1 to 2500 MHz.