FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
RENTON, Wash., August 12, 2014 — Lightel® announced today the introduction of its ArrayView™ AV-4800, an automated inspection system for MTP and MPO connectors.
Designed with speed and ease-of-use in mind, the ArrayView allows technicians to insert any MTP connector into the unit and create a high resolution scan of the entire connector endface with the click of a button. This scan is displayed on the computer in less than 15 seconds, allowing techs to quickly identify any dirty or damaged fiber endfaces. If contamination is an issue, the connector can be cleaned in place and quickly re-scanned.
“Quick fault-finding is an important issue in data centers today. With the ArrayView, we’ve made it extremely easy to identify problems with MTP connectors and either move forward with a fix or document recurring issues for vendors,” said Kevin Shirk, Vice President of Sales for Lightel.
The included software follows this principle of simplicity with only two screens required to operate the entire system. This simplicity also provides for very light hardware requirements, resulting in software that can be loaded onto just about any standard Windows®-based computer.
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.