OWLTrek OTDRS
The final solution to your Hand-Held
OTDR requirements!
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OWLTrek Singlemode OTDR Series
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OWLTrek Live Mode
OWLTrek Mini OTDR Series
Live Mode. Live mode is another advanced feature normally found in high-end OTDRs.  Live mode
continuously shoots OTDR traces every few seconds, allowing users to monitor changes in the optical fiber
in real-time.

In addition, when the OWLTrek is attached to a PC, OWLView software includes a Live Viewer mode that
takes the OTDR trace and expands it onto the PC display for easier viewing.
Locate breaks
and other faults
in singlemode
fibers within six
feet up to 80
miles away! **
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OWL OTDRs come with a USB download cable, battery charger (US only), and a USB flash drive containing manuals, quick
reference guides, and videos, all in a hard-shell carrying case.
OWL Zone Boxes
Launch Cables/Zone Boxes
DZB-SM-1100

This ZoneBox is 1100 meters,
Singlemode w/SC/UPC Adapters.
(Patch Cables not included.)
$375.00
Made In USA.
DZB-M6-1100         

ZoneBox is 450 meters, 62.5/125
Multimode w/SC/UPC Adapters.
(Patch Cables not included.)
$335.00
Made In USA.
DZB-M5-1100         

ZoneBox is 450 meters, 50/125
Multimode w/SC/UPC Adapters.
(Patch Cables not included.)
$335.00
Made In USA.
OWLTrek Launch Cables

Part Number
Click below to view the PDF data sheet.
Price
WTO-M85
OWLTrek 850nm Multimode OTDR, Dynamic Range 21 dB (12
miles) *
Discontinued
WTO-M13
OWLTrek 1300nm Multimode OTDR, Dynamic Range 25 dB
(12 miles) *
$1,790.00
WTO-M83
OWLTrek 850/1300nm Multimode OTDR, dynamic Range 23/25
3B (12 miles) *
$2,490.00
Click Here to see how to order Launch Cables/Pulse Suppressor Cables.
"A knowledgeable fiber optics technician will never use an OTDR without a launch and/or a receive cable!"

Pulse Suppressors, commonly called Launch Cables, are used to occupy OTDR "Dead Zones" which enable accurate loss
measurements on near-end and far-end connections of the fiber under test.  They basically allow the high power launch pulse a "settling
down" time prior to entering the fiber under test. Besides - you would not want to plug a bad connector into the top of your expensive
OTDR would you?  Some OTDR's contain an internal launch cable.  What would happen if you plugged a bad connector into the top of
your OTDR then.  Results - SAME PROBLEM!

This compact suppressor/launch box/launch cable comes with your choice of connectors.  Pigtails will exit the unit for easy connection
to both OTDR and fiber under test.  When running an OTDR trace on multimode fiber the launch/receive cable should be at least 250
meters long.  When running a trace on singlemode fiber the launch cable should be at about 1k in length."

There is a 7-10 day lead time on this item.  Be sure to specify what connectors you require on each end.  Standard connectors are, ST,
FC, LC, and SC.  Give me a call at: 512-785-9024 or email me at: bob@fiberopticstools.com and let me help you.
OWLTrek OTDR Video Training Center
This great video introduces
OWLTrek Series OTDRs,
explaining the key features of
this fantastic, US Made, device.
OWLTrek OTDR Introduction
OwlTrek Functions and Controls
Here we have a video that
describes the functions and
controls of the OWLTrek OTDR.
OWLTrek OTDR functions and Controls
Introducing the OWL pulse
suppressor box.  
One cannot effectively and
efficiently use an OTDR without
a Lauch Cable of a Pulse Box.
OWL Zone Boxes
Setting OwlTrek OTDR Trace Parameters
Setting Trace Parameters with
the OWLTrek OTDR
Demonstrates how to set trace
parameters in the OWLTrek
OTDR.
OwlTrek OTDR Trace Analysis
Trace Analysis Using the OWLTrek
OTDR
Demonstrates the use of cursors on
the trace screen of the OWLTrek
OTDR, and shows proper cursor
placement for common types of
events when analyzing traces.
Working with Stored Traces in the
OWLTrek OTDR
Demonstrates how to store, name,
retrieve, and delete traces while
using the OWLTrek OTDR.
OWLTrek OTDR Miscellaneous
Settings Covers the various
miscellaneous settings in the
OWLTrek OTDR.
OwlTrek OTDR Maintenace
OWLTrek OTDR Maintenance
Covers maintenance and upkeep
issues concerning the OWLTrek
OTDR.
OwlTrek OTDR Live Mode
OWLTrek OTDR -- LIVE MODE
Demonstrates how to use the LIVE
mode feature in OWLTrek OTDRs, as
well as extend LIVE mode onto
OWLView software for easier trace
viewing.
OwlTrek VFL Operation
OWLTrek OTDR -- VFL Operation
Demonstrates how to operate the
visual fault locator (VFL) port in
OWLTrek series OTDRs.
OwlTrek OTDR Port Cleaning
OWLTrek OTDR Port Cleaning
Cleaning Optical Ports on OWL
Fiber Optic Test Equipment
Optical Length Measurements
Methods of Measuring the Length
of Optical Fibers
OTDR Saturation Inversion
Explains the issues surrounding the
OWLTrek OTDR trace to appear
"inverted", and how to overcome
reflective events that cause
saturation inversion.
from the desk of Peter Morcombe
Pioneer of Fiber Optics and Master FOA Instructor
When it comes to buying fiber optic test equipment for use in local
networks and LANs I prefer simple to complex.  Paying tens of
thousands of dollars for “Mighty Wurlitzers” can be problematic if the
equipment has to be returned for factory servicing.

Simple fiber optic test equipment is now so inexpensive one can afford
to buy redundant units to ensure that testing capability is maintained at
all times.    
Thus I am inclined to recommend simple test equipment such as OWL (Optical
WavelengthLaboratories) rather than complex solutions offered by Anritsu or Fluke.  It is
simply a matter of adequate performance at an affordable price.  Read complete article
here.
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Master Fiber Optics Instructor
Certifed by the
FOA.
Email
Ph: 512-785-9024
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How To Place Orders:
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Air Freight or Special Handling? NO WORRIES!
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Return Policy:  No returns will be accepted after 30 days from date of shipment.  There MUST be an RMA #
with every shipment that is returned.  If the RMA # is not clearly visable on package and/or packing list, the
shipment will be refused.  Further, there will be a 15% re-stocking charge on all returned items.  If there are
Warranty Issues, those will be dealt with on an individual basis.