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1 1 20080825 KI 2600 Series Power Meters Feb 2012

2 2 Course Contents 1.General Features -3 2.Keypad -4 3.Operation -5 4.Menu System -11 5.Modes of operation -14 6.Select Display Measurement unit -22 7.Memory Operation -29 8.Other Features -31 9.Instrument care -38

3 1./ General Features  Autotest  Calibrated at multiple wavelengths  Industry standard connector adaptors  Large high contrast LCD display  Power - Battery or micro USB  Memory – Internal or USB  Time date stamp  Text ID  Test tone detection 3

4 4 2./ Keypad Toggle Centre [F1-F4] Store On/Off Backlight USB port for memory stick External Power & Computer interface Remove Connector Memory, Text ID, Date [F1-F4] Connector Cover Lanyard holder

5 5 3./ Operation 1.Select / determine test cord configuration 2.Fit adaptor 3.Fit batteries 4.Turn On 5.Menu System

6 6 Identify fibre type required for test cord and configuration required. Supplied with :- SC connector as standard 3.1 / Select test cord connector Unlike sources, power meters accept both PC and APC connectors.

7 7 To fit / change an adaptor / connector Locate quick release button on front of instrument at base of connector housing Lightly push and hold latch button in Pull out existing adaptor Release latch button. Fit new adaptor. Slot to outside

8 3.2 / Fit Batteries Unclip Battery compartment cover at rear of instrument  Note: battery +Ve terminal spring orientation  Instrument time setting holds for approx 7 seconds during change over.  Alkaline battery run time approx 1,000 hours 8

9 9 To enable rechargeable batteries to be internally charged this feature must be enabled by means of an 0.1” pitch shorting pin. Alkaline Battery configurations Instrument supplied in this configuration. Rechargeable Battery configuration Battery type configuration or

10 10 3.3 / Turn On To turn On / Off: Push the Green [On/Off] button 10 minutes auto off Permanent operation Low battery indicator To Defeat auto time out. Press [On/Off] & hold for 3 seconds.  Instrument will beep twice.  ‘Perm’ will display on the upper RHS of the LCD.

11 4./ Menu System Top level Menu 11 MemoryMeter

12 4.1/ Memory Menu Return to Top Level Menu 12 Memory HomeModeMemory Select dBm, dBr, Watt Read Memory

13 4.2/ Meter Menu 13 Return to Top Level Menu Meter HomeMeter ModeHoldSet Ref Select dBm, dBr, Watt In dBr mode, Set 0 dBr Hold the display

14 5./ Modes of Operation 1)Autotest:  automatically toggles between all wavelengths  Preferred mode for loss testing as testing time is greatly reduced.  Minimises error as meter always displays correct wavelength. 2)Manual:  Single wavelength operation  Preferred mode for level monitoring. 3)Test Tone:  Displays incoming modulation frequency 4)Slow Mode:  Displays power level in the presence of test tone or low level modulation 4)KITS software:  Under software control 14

15 5.1 / Autotest When receiving light from a compliant source operating in Autotest mode, the meter will auto toggle between wavelengths.  Power meter receives data which contains wavelength, source serial number and nominal source output power.  If power meter not calibrated at an incoming wavelength it will ignore it but remain in sync with other wavelengths.  If incoming power level too low at a particular wavelength it will ignore it but remain in sync with other wavelengths. Simplest mode for loss testing 15

16 Autotest Display When receiving light from a source operating in Autotest mode:  Screen displays up to 3 wavelengths at a time.  Screen toggles if more than 3 wavelengths being received 16

17 5.2 / Manual Mode To enter Meter mode  Press [F3], Meter 17

18 Select Wavelength To select wavelength  Toggle [-] & [+]. Note:  Wavelength toggle is not circular  Most meters have the common wavelengths grouped together for speed of access when used in manual mode. E.g. 850, 1300, 1310, 1550, 1625 nm are together 18

19 When receiving test tone or low level modulation  Power meter displays modulated frequency and beeps  To measure power in the presence of tone, SlowMode is used. To defeat Beeping:-  At Turn-On hold [F2]. 19 5.3 / Test Tone

20 5.4/ SlowMode 20 SlowMode: Used when it is necessary to measure power in the presence of test tone or low level modulation e.g. low data rate SCADA transmissions. When active, the meters sample interval is increased. The symbol ” ” is displayed when active. In the presence of Test Tone: To activate, Press [F4] To turn Off, Press and hold [F3] (Meter Mode) & then press [F4]. In normal Mode: To activate, Press and hold [F3] (Meter Mode) & then press [F4]. To turn Off, Press and hold [F3] (Meter Mode) & then press [F4]. SCADA: supervisory control and data acquisition

21 5.5 / KITS control Click results directly into workbook Standards based & user definable analysis Data Logging Memory extract to KITS or CSV file Familiar Excel™ User Interface Inbuilt multi language support Customisable reports 21 Direct Interface to - KITS™ Testing & Reporting software Instrument under computer control

22 22 6./ Select Display Measurement unit Absolute Mode: Measure actual power level at a particular location in decibels – dBm Relative Mode: Measure power level ‘relative’ to a particular location in decibels – dBr Linear Mode: Measure power level at a particular location in watts - W Absolute dBm / Relative dBr mode / Linear W mode

23 Toggle Absolute/Relative/Linear Repeated pressing of Meter Mode button [F3], toggles through Absolute – dBm, Relative - dBr and Linear - W modes. 23

24 6.1 / Set Reference If not in dBr mode, press [F3], Meter Mode as required to enter dBr mode. Press and hold [F2] Set Ref for approx 2 seconds. Meter will beep 4 times and zero 24

25 25 -6.99 dBm 2x 10 -2 mW -47.71 dBm 1.67x10 -5 mW 0 dBr -40.72 dBr Loss = Send – Receive dB => Loss = (-6.99) – (-47.71) = 40.72 dB

26 7./ Memory Operation 1)Memory clear 2)Memory store 3)Memory recall 4)Dump to USB memory 26

27 7.1/ Memory Clear To clear Memory: Press and hold [Toggle Centre] then press [On/Off] ‘CLr’ will be displayed for a few seconds. Stored Text ID Tags are not cleared by this procedure. 27 If not in Memory mode, Press [F2], Memory 1 2

28 28 To Store: Press [  ], Store Instrument will beep and Memory increment Stored Memory location displayed whilst button depressed. To save to to a specific Memory location: Toggle [-] & [+] to desired memory. Press and hold [F2], Memory for 3 seconds. Instrument will beep once new location is set. Future Memory saves continue from this location. 7.2/ Memory Store

29 7.3/ Memory Recall If not in Memory mode, Press [F2], Memory To view Memory, press [F4] To toggle between dBm, dBr and W, press [F3] For data stored in Autotest mode, ‘auto’ displays To toggle memory press [-] or [+] To exit memory mode, press [F1], Home 29 Toggling stored data metrics

30 7.4/ Dump to USB memory Must be in Memory mode to detect USB memory stick. To enter Memory Mode: Press [F2], Memory. or Press [F1], Home, then press [F2], Memory. 30 Insert USB memory stick. ‘USB’ will show on the LCD If not in Memory mode, Press [F2], Memory Press [  ] to start Memory dump. ‘WAIT’ will display whilst USB memory configured. A buzzer will sound during memory dump. Do not remove USB stick until ‘USB’ has stopped flashing. Memory Image from KI2X00 SN: 202 Time in 24h format. Wavelengths in nm. Optical Power values in dBm. Mem DateTimeTypeID_Tag RemSN Wl1 Pwr1 Ref1 Nom1 Wl2 Pwr2 Ref2 Nom2 1 7/02/3211:57MeterAAAA02201610-19.36 2 7/02/3212:442WlAutoAAAA023112161310-18.880.3-71550-19.330.4-7 3 7/02/3212:442WlAutoAAAA024112161310-18.880.3-71550-19.330.4-7 4 7/02/3212:442WlAutoAAAA025112161310-18.880.3-71550-19.330.4-7

31 8./ Other features 1)Set date/Time 2)Min-Max Recording 3)Cable text ID 31

32 8.1/ Set Date-Time Turn On instrument while holding down [Toggle Centre] To modify the selected time/date, press [-] or [+] To select next/last time and date item: Press [Toggle Centre] or [F3], Mode, next item will flash. To Save & Exit, press [F2], Memory. To exit without saving, press [F1], Home. 32 Loss of Power. If batteries are removed for longer than about 20 seconds, Date-Time settings are lost Date Time setting order is:- Hour -> Minute ->Month -> Date -> Year

33 8.2/ Min – Max recording Max/Min display mode: Maximum & Minimum power meter values are continuously recorded. Function disabled in Autotest. To activate / Hide: Press [-] and [+] simultaneously. To Reset: Change wavelength. Set Reference. Power Off/On. 33

34 8.3/ Cable/ Text ID tag 34 Text ID: Used in conjunction with Memory save to identify a location or a cable. Max 20 individual text ID tags Format is 4 Alphanumeric letters, followed by 3 digits The last 3 digits Auto increment. e.g. CLEM 062, CLEM 063 etc etc.

35 Create Text / Location ID If not in meter mode, press [F3], Meter. Press [Toggle centre], then [F4] A new ID tag AAAA 001 will display, the active character will flash. Toggle [-] and [+] to select an alphanumeric character. Press [Toggle centre] to select. To Save & Exit, press [F2], Memory. To exit without saving, press [F1], Home. 35 1 2

36 Using Text / Location IDs If not in meter mode, press [F3], Meter. Press [Toggle centre], Text/Location ID tag will flash. Press [-] or [+] to select. To Save & Exit, press [F2], Memory. To exit without saving, press [F1], Home. 36

37 If not in meter mode, press [F3], Meter. Press [Toggle centre] Press [-] or [+] to select stored ID to be deleted. Press [F3], then [F4], Location ID replaced by a row of flashing dots/dashes. To confirm deletion, press F2, Memory. To exit without changing press F1, Home. 37 Delete Text / Location ID

38 38 9./ Instrument Care Keep the instrument in a carry case during storage and transport Use only high quality batteries. For prolonged storage remove batteries. The instrument is resistant to normal dust and moisture, however it is not waterproof. If moisture gets into the instrument, remove batteries & dry it out carefully before using it again. Where possible, keep instrument away from strong sunlight. Clean the instrument case using Iso-Propyl-Alcohol (IPA) or other non solvent cleaning agents. DO NOT use Acetone or other active solvents.

39 Application Notes Application Notes Comprehensive selection available at & 39

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