TruePON Testers for use in G-PON, XGS-PON and hybrid systems.
The VIAVI OLP-39 variants are the industry’s first wavelength selective Passive Optical Network (PON) power meter enhanced with TruePON data analysis for fast, simultaneous measurement of both G-PON and XGS-PON downstream power levels and loss in PON networks. TruePON analysis leverages PON-ID information to ensure more right first-time installations and to reduce fault finding times. Easy-to-use for technicians at any skill level, the SmartPocket V2 TruePON testers offer a dedicated and cost-optimized solution for testing, installing and troubleshooting PON services in the field. The most compact dual band TruePON testers in the market that fits perfectly in your pocket.
- Ready when you need it – ultra-high reliability and high-availability
- Dependable, German design
- Designed with outdoor environment in mind
- Low power consumption for extended continuous use
- Instant On – no boot time
- Easy to use
- High-Visibility backlight graphical display with context-sensitive softkeys
- Clear pass/fail information
- Supports co-existence of G-PON and XGS-PON services
- Ensures first time install success with correct OLT port connectivity
- Single test port connection for dual wavelength measurement
- Simultaneous power level measurements for both G/E-PON & XGS-PON/10G-EPON services
- TruePON data analysis (OLT-ID, ODN class, in-service insertion loss)
- Storage for over 1000 test results and PC download capability
- 4-way powering - alkaline AA, NiMH AA rechargeable, AC power adapter and power over USB
- 3-year recalibration period
- Measuring optical power levels for both G/E-PON and XGS-PON/10G-EPON services
- Detecting information on OLT-ID
- Multi-service PON deployment and installs
- Network Build and Maintenance for FTTH
- The OLP-39G has a single mounted SC adapter providing simultaneous selective power measurement and TruePON PON-ID data analysis of G-PON (1490 nm).
- The OLP-39X has a single mounted SC adapter providing simultaneous selective power measurement and TruePON PON-ID data analysis of both G-PON (1490 nm) and XGS-PON (1577 nm) wavelengths.