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SAN LEANDRO, Calif. -- LIGHTech Fiberoptics, Inc, the premier, quality source for optical switching components, variable optical attenuators, integrated optical modules and test equipment, unveils its LT1000 1xN series testing equipment, with up to 200 optical channels. The LT1000 series of 1xN programmable switch systems offered with either single or dual Fiberoptics channels to any ”N” up to 200 channels. They deliver low insertion loss at 0.7dB, and high repeatability at 0.01dB. The LT1000 series can be equipped with other LIGHTech switches and fiber taps to offer a flexible architecture for custom applications. This stand-alone 1xN equipment is offered in 2U-half, 2U, 4U or 8U chassis. Available with remote control via RS232 or GPIB interfaces. A Lab View driver is provided. The LT1000 series not only offers the highest performance at the best price, but it also decreases test time while maximizing test repeatability and accuracy. Our systems help to ensure that component and subsystem manufacturers will have the right test platform in place to monitor products’ qualification as effectively and economically as possible. The LT1000 series is also designed for use in channel monitoring, R&D laboratories, remote network testing, manufacturing testing systems, field test systems, and transmitter/receiver measurements. Lightech Fiberoptics Inc.

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