Fiber Optic Connector and Adapter Inspection Microscope
Maximum Output Power:
3.5" TFT-LCD, 320 x 240 pixels
170mm x 100mm x 40mm
Weigh (including battery):
Replaceable battery or universal input 5V DC adapter
Rechargeable Li-Ion, 3.7V / 1450mAh
Fiber Optic Connector Inspection Microscope
-20°C to 50°C
-30°C to 70°C
200 Piece/Pieces per Week fiber optic scope
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SNP5005H Handheld Video Fiber Optic Connector Inspection Microscope with Cleaning Tool Kits
Reliability and performance of a fiber optic link largely depends on the quality of interconnects. Contaminated connectors can cause the mating surfaces to separate leading to high insertion loss and back-reflection. Furthermore, some dirt particles can even scratch or dig into the glass causing permanent damage to the end-face of the connector. Therefore, inspection of fiber optic connectors should be performed whenever a connection is to be made.
The SNP5005H is a handheld microscope specifically designed for fiber optic connector end face inspection.
3.5-inch TFT display
Up to 250x overall magnification
4x digital zoom
SD card storage up to 8G
Snapshot, video recording and playback
1. Main Unit
1. Main Unit
1.1 Power on/off
Press the Power Button briefly to turn the unit ON or OFF.
1.2 Screen capture and video recording
Press the Snapshot Button for instant screen capture or press the Mode Button and follow the screen menu to record and playback.
1.3 Battery charging
Charging of the internal battery will automatically start as soon as the charger is plugged into the main unit. The charging indicator will light until charging is complete.
2.1 Focus adjustment
Gently rotate the focus adjustment knob to bring the image into focus. Do not overturn the knob or damage to the optical system may occur.
2.2 Adaptor bits
Always install adaptor bits gently and co-axially to avoid damage to the precision mechanism.
2.3 Connection with the main unit
When connecting, insert the end plug to the main unit’s probe socket until a light click is heard. When disconnecting, simply grab and pull the outer ring of the plug.