AQ6370D Telecom Optical Spectrum Analyzer
600 to 1700 nm, ideal for the characterization and test of optical components and systems used in the tele-communications Industry.
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- Wavelength range: 600 to 1700nm
- built-in calibration source
- High wavelength accuracy: ±0.01nm
- High wavelength resolution: 0.02nm
- Wide dynamic range: 78dB typ.
- Wide level range: +20 to -90dBm
- Fast measurement: 0.2 sec. (100nm span)
- Applicable to single-mode and multi-mode fibers
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- Wide measurement power range (up to 110 dB)
- 7 wavelength resolution settings: from 20 pm to 2 nm
- 7 level sensitivity settings: down to -90 dBm
- High close-in dynamic range: 78 dB typ.
- Double Speed mode
- Fast measurement: only 0.2 sec for 100 nm span
- Up to 16 specific data analysis functions
- Macro Programming
- WDM OSNR test
- Optical amplifier test
- Passive component test, In conjunction with a broadband light source such as ASE, SLD, SC light source
- Optical transceiver test, In conjunction with bit error rate test (BERT) equipment
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- Visible LED test
- Analysis of FP-LD (VCSEL) sources
- Characterization of sources used in laser Absorption Spectroscopy
- Characterization of Fiber Bragg Gratings
DescriptionThe Yokogawa AQ6370D Series of benchtop Optical Spectrum Analyzers (OSA) offers test & measurement advanced functionalities to a wide range of R&D and industrial manufacturing applications. The AQ6370D is the ideal model for the characterization and test of optical components and systems used in the telecommunications Industry. With the highest resolution (up to 20 pm) & highest close-in dynamic range (up to 78 dB), the AQ6370D’s advanced monochromator enables the detection of spectral signals which are in close proximity to be distinguished and accurately measured.
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Low-power optical signals can be measured accurately and quickly, without any need to use averaging over many measurements. Moreover, with the High Dynamic Mode enabled, the instrument will maximize its dynamic range performance by eliminating the influence of stray-light, a disturbing factor for the photo-detector caused by strong input signal which increases the noise floor . And with The widest measurement power range (up to 110 dB), The high quality photo-detector and the smart design of the gain circuitry enable the AQ6370 Series to have an incredibly wide measurement power range. The OSA can analyze very strong signals without being damaged and very weak signals as well with great accuracy.
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Automatic Setting of Measurement Conditions – Full Auto ModeSimply select the measured wavelength and the AQ7275 takes care of the rest by automatically setting the optimal measurement conditions and by performing measurement and event analysis, and fully automated data saving.
Automatic Setting of Measurement Conditions – Wizard Mode
Automatic Setting of Measurement Conditions – Detail Mode
Macro’s with Predefined Procedures – One Button Mode
Measurement with Auto Wavelength Switching press a button – Multi-Wavelength Measurement
Plug Check Function–Checking the connection with the OTDRNever spoil measurements with poor connections or dirty plugs. The plug check function monitors the condition of the OTDR’s optical input/output connectors and displays an alarm if the connection is not properly made. This function is useful for checking for damage, dirt, or other problems with optical plugs at the OTDR or on the fiber under test, and for helping technicians to remember to connect the fiber under test
Detecting Abnormal Events –Fault Event Display Function
Measurement with Comparison to Reference Waveform –Trace Fix FunctionThis function enables you to freeze the display of one waveform and overlap it on real-time or averaged waveforms. This is useful for creating a template when installing multicore fiber, or for checking aged deterioration during maintenance on existing fiber networks. In addition to the last measured waveform, a waveform can be loaded from a file for use as a reference waveform.
Smart File Function
Trace data can be saved in SOR and CSV format. Also, you can save screenshots as BMP, JPG, or PNG files. TRB or TRD files saved on Yokogawa’s previous AQ7250 and AQ7260 models can also be loaded.
This function is useful because it can be used for external memory, printing, and communications. The AQ7275 comes standard with two USB1.1 compliant connector ports (types A and B).
Type ASaving Files to USB Memory | Printing on an External Printer
Type BRemote Control | Accessing the Internal Memory