Inspecting Optical Connectors Just Went Mobile
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RENTON, Wash., September 23, 2014 -- Lightel® announced today the introduction of its DI-1000-WIFI, a wireless extension of the popular DI-1000 family of digital microscope probes.
Connecting the new WiFi unit with a DI-1000 probe converts the probe's USB video output into a wireless signal, enabling users to view live images of fiber endfaces on their smartphone, tablet, or PC. This basic feature goes a long way toward simplifying the process of inspecting optical connectors, not the least of which is freeing up an operator's hands to get work done, not juggle expensive equipment.
"Data centers, central offices and outside plant installations tend to be complex environments. Our customers are thrilled to have a new wireless option that help will streamline things for their people," said Ted Bartunek, Product Manager for the Test and Inspection division.
The DI-1000-WIFI is the latest example of Lightel's commitment to developing products that offer improved features and capabilities for both new customers and those who already own Lightel equipment.
Incorporated in 1999, Lightel Technologies was founded to bring advanced optical components, and equipment to the optical communications, aerospace, and sensor industries. Lightel maintains its headquarters in Renton, Washington, with additional manufacturing facilities for high volume, cost sensitive production offshore. Our products are sold worldwide, with distributors in key locations to offer the best customer services possible.
Since the initial passive component product development, Lightel has emerged as a technology leader several key product areas, including Fused Biconic Taper (FBT) coupler workstations, a full line of FBT components, Thin Film Filter (TFF), and other micro-optic components, video microscopes for inspection, cleaning, test and analysis.
Press ContactTed Bartunek