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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

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

How do I calibrate the 81534A Return Loss Module with the 81610CC Reference Cable?
A patchcord between the output of Return Loss Module and 81610CC reference cable has to be used..

FAQ 2011-07-06

What is the difference between the 8163xA and the 8163xB power sensors?
The 8163xA optical power sensors did not have an analog output available.

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 calibration cycle for the 8163x / 8153x power sensor modules?
The calibration cycle for the newer optical sensors (8163x) is 24 months.

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

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

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

What accessories should I order with the 8165XA FP Laser?
An 816x mainframe is required to operate a FP Laser. Additionally, a connector adapter ...

FAQ 2011-07-06

What accessories should I order with the 8166XA DFB Laser?
An 816x mainframe is required to operate a DFB Laser Source Module. Additionally, a connector adapter ...

FAQ 2011-07-06

What is the model number for the magnetic D ring on the front of the 8162x optical head?
The magnetic D-ring model number is 81624DD.

FAQ 2011-07-06

What are the differences between the 81610A and the 81611/12/13/14A Optical Return Loss Modules?
The 81610A does NOT have an internal source, while the 81611/12/13/14A all do.

FAQ 2011-07-06

Can I use APC connectors with the 8163x optical power sensor modules?
Yes, you can use the optical power sensors with straight (PC) or angled (APC) fiber at the input.

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 the 81003FD be used with the 81002FF integrating sphere?
No, the 81003FD will not work with the 81002FF integrating sphere.

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 are the rack mount kit part numbers for the 816x Mainframes?
Below is a list of the rack mount part numbers for the 816x Mainframes.

FAQ 2011-07-06

What are the differences between 81640A/80A/42A/82A high performance vs. 81689A compact TLS?
There are a lot of differences between the larger TLS and the smaller one.

FAQ 2011-07-06

What is the model number for the large blank filler panel for the 8164 mainframe?
The large filler panel model number is 81645A. The 8164 mainframe does NOT ship with this filler panel.

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

What is the calibration cycle for the 8156A optical attenuator?
The recommended calibration cycle for the 8156A is 24 months.

FAQ 2011-07-06

What is the model number of the blank filler panel for compact slots in the 816x mainframes?
The blank filler panel for compact modules is part number: 08163-44101.

FAQ 2011-07-06

When I calibrate power/ return loss / source modules, do I send the mainframe as well?
No, it is not required to send in a mainframe to calibrate individual modules.

FAQ 2011-07-05

What is the noise floor of the power sensor in the 81566A/67A?
The noise floor of the power sensor in the 81566A/67A is 20 pW.

FAQ 2011-07-05

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