FM8510 Basic Power Meter- Wilcom Fiber Optic
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FM8510 Basic Power Meter
The FM Series Fiber Meters are hand-held, compact, lightweight, and easy-to-use battery powered optical power meters. Together with any of Wilcom's Fiber Sources, this team makes a perfect combination for accurately testing multimode and singlemode optical fiber systems
The FM8510 Basic Power Meter offers measurements in dBm only. The optical input port on the FM power meters accept any Wilcom thread-on style adapter caps. Adapter caps are required for operation and must be ordered separately.
The FM8510 measures optical power from + 5 dBm to -70 dBm with calibrated wavelengths of 850, 1300/1310, and 1550nm making these units ideal for general singlemode and multimode fiber optic testing.
- Multiple Wavelengths
Time and cost savings with one power meter for multiple wavelengths.
- +5 dBm to -70 dBm Dynamic Range
A wide dynamic range that covers a variety of multimode and singlemode applications.
- Singlemode and Multimode Applications
One test set for all your power and link loss testing.
- Hand-Held, Battery Operated for Field Use
Don't get stuck away from the truck with a dead meter. Two AA batteries provide hundreds of hours of continuous use.
- Low Power Consumption
Each unit uses two commonly available AA Alkaline batteries to provide power for greater than 100hrs of continuous use.
- Two Way Power
Each unit offers the convenience of two- way power. They can operate by using either AA Alkaline batteries, or optional rechargeable NiCad batteries.
- Single Key Operation
Ease of operation is provided for by single key entry for wavelength selection , and optical power measurements.