Basic Optical Loss Testing Using an Optical Power Meter and Light Source (1-Jumper Method)

November 23, 2020

A detailed demonstration on how to perform basic optical loss testing using a power meter and a light source. This test is done to determine the amount of loss on the fiber under test (FUT) by shining a light from a source from one end of the fiber and measuring the loss on the other end with a power meter. Learn more about AFL’s light source and power meter test sets.

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