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Selling NOYES OFL 250 – We Buy New Used OFL 250 (‘s) Top Dollar Paid!

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OFL250 Handheld, Fault-Locating OTDR The Noyes OFL 250 from Fujikura Europe Ltd is a single-mode OTDR with an integrated Optical Power Meter (OPM), Laser Source (OLS), and Visual Fault Locator (VFL) in a handheld package weighing only 0.8 kg (1.7 lb). With short dead zone and mid-range dynamic range performance, the OFL 250 is ideal for testing optical fibers in service provider metro areas and FTTx networks.
The OFL 250 provides automatic and manual setup, precision event analysis, multiple-wavelength testing, a 12-hour battery life, internal data storage, and USB connectivity. OTDR and OPM test ports are equipped with tool-free adapters, which can be changed in seconds.
Results are saved as industry standard .SOR files, which can be transferred to a PC for viewing, printing, and analyzing with the supplied Windows® compatible software..


  • Handheld, 0.8 kg (1.7 lb)
  • Multiple-wavelength single-mode OTDR
  • 1.5 m (typ.) event dead zone
  • 26 dB dynamic range
  • Integrated OPM, OLS, and VFL (650 nm)
  • Tool-free, switchable adapters for OTDR & OPM ports (FC, SC, ST, LC, E2000 are available)
  • Bellcore (GR-196) .SOR file format
  • Rechargeable (> 12 hr) LiIon battery or AC power
  • 3.5-inch, indoor/outdoor LCD
  • Windows® compatible software to view, print, and archive test record
  • Mini USB Port (connect to PC with cable)


  • Locate cable cuts, open or high-loss splices, fiber bends, and high-loss/high-reflectance connections
  • Measure optical power (OPM port)
  • Short-range fault-location (VFL port)
  • Trace fibers and measure end-to-end loss at 1550 nm (working with a Noyes optical power meter or light source)
  • Identify fibers (working with a Noyes optical fiber identifier)

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