When does Bi-Directional make sense?
Bi-Directional make sense if you can use the launch and receive test method and your jumps have the same connectors on each end. Some good product types for this are MTP to MTP jumps and large multi-channel cable reels where moving the cables is cumbersome. There certainly are other, but Fiber Optic Center can recommend the best test configuration for your application. Give us a call and we begin configuring.
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Answered by AskFOC Technical Team April 10, 2018
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