EXFO Light Source and Power Meters

EXFO light sources and power meters

Testing the end-to-end performance of an optical fibre system requires two important pieces of equipment: a light source and a power meter. At one end, the light source projects light down the fibre cable to the other end, where the power meter reads that light, and determines the amount of signal loss.

Built for top performance and pinpoint accuracy, our range of EXFO light sources and power meters cater for various testing requirements and are optimised for different types of networks including the NBN.

EXFO Light Source Power Meter Package

Our light source power meter package includes two state-of-the-art pieces of equipment by #1 global brand, EXFO. These products are compatible, robust and reliable, all at a great cost.

FLS-600 Light Source

The FLS-600 Light Source is designed for first-class versatility, offering laser and LED models, as well as various wavelength options.


  • Up to three singlemode wavelengths (1310 nm, 1550 nm, and 1490 nm or 1625 nm) on a single port, or four wavelengths (850/1300 nm and 1310/1550 nm) on two ports
  • Auto-Switching Mode allows user to toggle between available wavelengths
  • Error-free, time-saving test features
  • Controlled multimode launching output
  • EF Ready: use with external launch mode conditioner for EF-compliant multimode results
  • Includes rechargeable lithium-ion battery with 50hrs runtime
  • Supplied with calibration certificate, AC adapter and carry case
  • Three-year warranty for low cost of ownership


  • Link-loss characterisation
  • LAN/WAN certification

PX1 Optical Power Expert

The PX1 Optical Power Meter comes with Bluetooth® connectivity, a wide touchscreen and delivers best-in-class optical performance day-in, day-out.


  • Connect to smart app via Bluetooth®: field data reporting, cloud storage, workflow management
  • User-friendly: compact, colour touchscreen and intuitive GUI
  • Robust and rugged: IP54 design for dust and water protection
  • Time-saving features: no offset nulling, lightning-fast boot-up
  • High-capacity internal data storage
  • Three-year warranty and calibration interval


  • Measuring optical power and insertion loss
  • Fibre tracing
  • Passive optical networks (PON)
  • 5G rollouts
  • FTTx
  • LAN/WAN access and enterprise
  • CATV
  • Military applications
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