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Polarization Analyzing OFDR

Reference: GPC-OFDR-1000A

The Polarization Analyzing Optical Frequency Domain Reflectometer (PA-OFDR-A) is a breakthrough instrument from General Photonics capable of analyzing polarization evolution along an optical fiber.



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Product description

Polarization Analyzing OFDR — PolaMagic™

The patent-pending technology obtains space-resolved reflection as well as birefringence or polarization mode dispersion (PMD) information for optical paths consisting of optical fibers, micro-optical components, and waveguides.

 

Users can measure and record stress levels as well as reflected energy and do predictive analysis of reliability. The data gathered by the OFDR-1000-A is independent of temperature; therefore, data gathered over time does not require temperature normalization.

 

The OFDR-1000-A can be used with various tunable lasers, such as those from Keysight, Newport, Yenista, or Santec. This flexibility offers the user the opportunity to make full use of his laser resources and reduce the cost of making OFDR measurements.

Applications:


  • Fiber optic component quality inspection
  • Fiber optic module/system QA
  • Distributed stress sensing
  • Structural health monitoring
  • Fiber optic component troubleshooting

Unique Features:


  • High spatial resolution for reflection: 20 μm
  • High spatial resolution for stress: 2 mm
  • −125 dB measurement sensitivity

Preliminary Specifications:

Operation Wavelengths1

C/ L band

Maximum DUT Distance (m)

100 m

Spatial Resolution (two point)2 (μm)

20 μm

Distance Uncertainty (m)

± (0.0005 +0.01% × distance)

Dead Zone (μm)

See spatial resolution

Return Loss Dynamic Range

70 dB ( for laser input power >5dBm )

Return Loss Measurement Range2

0 to – 120 dB

Return Loss Sensitivity4,5 (dB)

−130 dB

Return Loss Resolution5 (dB)

±0.05 dB

Return Loss Uncertainty5 (dB)

±0.2 dB

Birefringence Spatial Resolution

2 mm

Birefringence Resolution

5x10-7

Birefringence Sensitivity

5x10-7

Maximum Birefringence

2x10-4

Insertion Loss Dynamic Range4,5,6 (dB)

18 dB

Insertion Loss Resolution5 (dB)

±0.05 dB

Insertion Loss Uncertainty5 (dB)

±0.1 dB

Wavelength Range2,3

Refer to user laser specs3

Wavelength Uncertainty (pm)

Refer to user laser specs3

Center Wavelength3 (nm)

Refer to user laser specs3

Optical Power3 (mW)

Refer to user laser specs3

Operating Temperature

10 to 40 °C

Storage Temperature

−20 to 60 °C

Power Supply

100 – 240 VAC, 50 - 60 Hz

Communications Interface

USB 2.0

Display

Notebook computer with USB connection

Connector Type

FC/APC standard

Dimensions

2U, ¾ 19” rack width 3.5” (H) x 14” (W) x 14” (D)

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