Exfo PM-1100 Lightwave Power Meter

Exfo PM-1100 Lightwave Power Meter
Manufacturer: Exfo
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Exfo PM-1100 Lightwave Power Meter


Exfo PM-1100 Lightwave Power Meter

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   The single-channel Exfo PM-1100 Power Meter brings high performance to absolute power, insertion loss and stability measurements, as well as system monitoring, component characterization and many more applications. The PM-1100 Benchtop Optical Power Meter and deliver accurate power measurements over a wide dynamic range along with high resolution and excellent linearity. Choose them for automatically measuring discrete values such as insertion loss or, alternately, for continuous monitoring and data acquisition. These stand-alone power meters provide exceptional performance, flexibility, user-friendliness and extensive integration capabilities. Use the BFA-3000 Universal Bare-Fiber Adapter with the PM-1600W high-speed benchtop optical power meter, and ensure repeatable measurements when testing non-connectorized components.

Ease of Use

   EXFO's PM-1100 were designed with the user in mind. A menu-driven interface guides you through the operation, displaying results clearly. Control your unit remotely with the GPIB and RS-232 interfaces and control codes from any compatible PC or test station.

Excellent Specifications

   The PM-1100 Power Meters offer ±0.015 dB linearity with a ±5 % absolute uncertainty and a 0.001 dB power resolution. Whether you are measuring absolute or relative power levels, count on efficient, highly accurate measurements. Select the PM-1100 when measuring high power (up to 20 dBm) in the 750 to 1700 nm wavelength range. The sensitivity of this detector is -75 dBm.

The IQ-1100 and PM-1100 are the ideal power meters for the following applications:

  • Periodic multichannel monitoring (requires a PM-1100 Power Meter and IQ-9100 Optical Switch )
  • Absolute power measurement
  • Insertion loss measurement
  • System or component monitoring
  • Linearity verification
  • Component characterization
  • Source stability measurement
  • Attenuation measurement

Three convenient display modes:

  • Absolute (in dBm or W)
  • Relative (in dB)
  • Offset (in dBm or dB)