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Passive component testers are a combination of firmware and hardware that, as noted earlier, must be correctly configured for your specific product. Many PCTs offer the following features:

  • Insertion Loss/Return Loss module, which contains light sources and a detector
  • A switch module, from 4 to 48 (or more) channels
  • A chassis to fit the above modules, either 3 or 8 slots

While the above features may appear straightforward, every test equipment seller worth his salt will ask a surprising number of questions regarding the product you plan to test. To get started, here are 7 basic questions you should be prepared to answer. Your answers will guide you to select a PCT with the correct test set configuration – one that is the most economical solution for your requirements.

 

READ THE FULL BLOG ARTICLE HERE:  Which passive component tester to purchase? Start by answering 7 basic questions to get correctly configured fiber optic test equipment

 

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