FTE-8100-C DWDM MINI OSA

FTE-8100-C DWDM MINI OSA

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  • Up to 98 channels

  • 50 or 100 GHz

  • Auto pass/fail video inspection scope

  • Pass/fail thresholds

  • Fast realtime with <1/2 second update

  • Bar graph, table display and line graph

  • Auto test mode zooms in on active channels

  • Rugged case with impact resistant boot

  • Solid State Optics - No Moving Parts

  • User setup screen

  • 4” Touch Color Display

  • Stores up to 1000 tests

  • USB/PC port

  • PM and VFL options available

The FTE-8100-C Optical Spectrum Analyzer is one of the most rugged and affordable full featured Mini OSAs on the market. It is available in up to 98 channels in the C band with 50 and 100 GHz channel spacing. The FTE-8100-C is simple and fast to operate with its touch screen operation and twice a second scan capability. It offers high end features such as Power Tilt for DWDM channel equalization, Gain Tilt to adjust EDFA gain flatness and file based user configurations. 


With its one button Auto Test feature, and a full set of selectable scale limits and thresholds, the FTE-8100-C makes zeroing in on channel measurements easy. For flexibility the channel numbers are selected in wavelength or frequency. The information is displayed in graph or table mode on the 4” high brightness color touch screen display. This unit allows users to set Pass/Fail thresholds and can store up to 1000 tests that can be downloaded via the USB PC port. Documentation is fast and easy with the included Cert-Soft certification software. The onboard Help system assists new users in parameter setup and file manipulation.

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