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Are the inputs and outputs from the 8161xA return loss modules straight or angled?
The input and the output on the 8161xA return loss modules are angled connections.

FAQ 2011-07-06

How can I reset the password to the factory setting '1234'?
The password, as well as all other user settings, can be reset to the factory default settings by ...

FAQ 2011-07-06

How do I upgrade the 816x mainframe firmware?
The firmware upgrade procedure for each mainframe is listed below.

FAQ 2011-07-06

What is the difference between the 81000FA and the 81003FD?
The 81000FA is for adapting FC/PC style fiber optic connectors to either 815xxx or 816xxx optical heads.

FAQ 2011-07-06

How is a computer's fingerprint ID obtained?
To rely on the CPU- ID remove the network-card before installing the PFL.

FAQ 2011-07-06

What is the monitor output option for the 8156A optical attenuator?
When the attenuator is ordered with the monitor output, a 13 dB coupler is placed after the attenuator ...

FAQ 2011-07-06

Do you have any specifications and a picture of the 81618A, 81619A interface modules?
Keysight Technologies does not publish specifications for the 81618A/19A interface modules.

FAQ 2011-07-06

How do I upgrade the firmware for large slot tunable lasers in the 8164 mainframe?
You can upgrade the 816xx full size tunable lasers firmware via GPIB, via floppy disks or ...

FAQ 2011-07-06

Does the 81689A operate with the Lambda Scan in the PNP Drivers?
No, Lambda Scan requires one of the large slot tunable lasers.

FAQ 2011-07-06

Can I use the 81000FB bare fiber adapter with laser sources?
No, the 81000FB is designed for adapting bare fibers to sensor modules only.

FAQ 2011-07-06

What is the best way to measure PDL (Mueller matrix 8169A, 11896A) (speed, accuracy)?
There are several different ways to characterize polarization dependent loss (PDL) on a device.

FAQ 2011-07-06

Do the 81611/12/13/14A Optical Return Loss Modules have an external source input?
Yes, the 81611/12/13/14A Optical Return Loss Modules each have an input for an external source.

FAQ 2011-07-06

Can I get a dual channel optical power sensor module with an analog output?
There is no room on the dual channel power sensor for an analog output.

FAQ 2011-07-06

Are all of the TLSs shipped standard with an optical attenuator on the output?
The 81480A/81640A/80A all have a 60dB attenuator, 0.001 dB steps.

FAQ 2011-07-06

What is the calibration cycle for the FP laser sources?
The calibration cycle for the 8165xA FP laser sources is 24 months.

FAQ 2011-07-06

What accessories should I order with the 8161xA Optical Return Loss Modules?
The following accessories are recommended for use with the 8161xA Optical Return Loss Modules.

FAQ 2011-07-06

Does Keysight offer a bare fiber adapter?
Yes, Keysight has three options for adapting bare fiber.

FAQ 2011-07-06

How do I connect my industry standard connector (FC/PC, SC/PC, etc.) to my optical instrument?
A majority of Keysight's Lightwave instrumentation has a fiber optic interface that can be adapted ...

FAQ 2011-07-06

Will the 8163x optical power sensor modules operate with both SM and MM fiber?
Yes, you can use the optical power sensors with both single mode (SM) and multimode (MM) fiber.

FAQ 2011-07-06

Can the user change the optical block in the attenuator?
No. The optical block must be ordered at the time the instrument is ordered.

FAQ 2011-07-06

Can I control the large slot tunable laser wavelength using an external analog voltage?
There are several techniques which can be applied to scan the tunable laser wavelength.

FAQ 2011-07-06

Can the output power on the 8165xA FP laser sources be adjusted?
The nominal maximum output power of these sources can be attenuated up to 6.0 dB.

FAQ 2011-07-06

What is the minimum attenuation step on the 8156A?
The 8156A has an attenuation range of 60 dB with a minimum step size of 0.001 dB.

FAQ 2011-07-06

What is the maximum safe input power for the 8156A optical attenuator?
The maximum safe input power for the 8156A attenuator is +23dBm (200mW).

FAQ 2011-07-06

What is the difference between the 8100xxA connector adapter and the 81000xI connector interface?
The 8100xxA series adapters are for use with optical heads.

FAQ 2011-07-06

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