Fixed Optical Test Beds

Lab Grade Test Platforms for Research, Design, and Development Needs.

 

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  Your Network, Our Passion
At OptiConcepts, we work directly with your engineers to create an optical test platform that meets your exact requirements and needs. Precise spans of optical fiber are used to achieve a given length, delay, or loss and mounted in a portable or stationary fixture.  Additionally, optical switches, couplers, splitters, filters, and simulated events (such as fusion splices, connectors, macrobends, etc.) are added as required to route and condition optical signals to achieve the desired effect.  Customized interfaces can be added to control the system accordingly.

Have Knowledge and Experience, Will Travel
Occasionally, complex systems may require the on-site expertise of optical network professionals.  That's not a problem with us, we have the knowledge and will travel to your location to help you assess your needs and gather the pertinent information required to develop your optical test platform.*

An Entire System in a Box
We take pride in our ability to design and create test fixtures that are both neat in appearance and optimizes space in order to provide the smallest product possible.  In fact, we can install over half a million meters of optical fiber (that's well over 300 miles) in an assembly that will fit in a standard seven foot equipment rack.

 
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From OptiConcepts, with Care
Before we ship your system, we thoroughly review the final product and rigorously test against your requirements as well as our own stringent standards.  Upon your receipt you will find an array of documentation and test results to ensure your system will serve you well.  At OptiConcepts, our utmost desire is to provide you with the best quality products and services available.

 

 tech_bench.jpg   Top Applications
• Design of Opto-electrical devices
• Network System Simulation of Loss, Length, and Time Delay
• Equipment Calibration
• Product Demonstrations
• Custom Training Aid
• Research and Development Reference Fiber

Feature Highlights
• Heavy-duty Aluminum or Steel Frames for Optimum Rigidity
• Easy to Move from Location to Location
• Variety of Fiber Lengths and Connector Types Available
• Highly Customized for OEM Applications
• Easy Access to Optical Components