Recommendations for a decent DWDM optical power meter.
jwalter at weebly.com
Wed Jul 30 00:01:59 UTC 2014
We also have a Solid Optics CWDM meter and it does the job quite nicely. It
feels solid (haha...) and is relatively cheap.
On Mon, Jul 28, 2014 at 4:34 PM, Neil Davidson <neil at knd.org> wrote:
> We have the Solid Optics DWDM and CWDM power meters. Simple, inexpensive
> and works well ...
> http://www.solid-optics.com/category/cwdm-dwdm/power-meter ... n
> K. Neil Davidson
> On Mon, Jul 28, 2014 at 2:45 PM, Tom Hill <tom at ninjabadger.net> wrote:
> > On 28/07/14 19:33, Timothy Kaufman wrote:
> >> Also maybe the ODPM-48.
> > I've got the CWDM version of this, and it does the job. Haven't explored
> > the test result downloading/archiving features (didn't expect them to
> > with Linux anyway) but overall it was very helpful for measuring loss
> > across various passive muxes (where DDM wasn't available).
> > Tom
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