VeEX

The Verification Experts

VeEX develops innovative test and measurement solutions for next-generation communication equipment and networks. Founded in April 2006 by test and measurement industry veterans, VeEX products blend advanced technology and vast technical expertise with the discerning measurement needs of customers.

VeEX products diligently address all stages of network deployment and field service turn-up and integrate Triple Play verification features across DSL, CATV, Mobile, and Metro Ethernet technologies.

VeEX rxt 1200

Modular Test Platform RXT-1200

VeEX® RXT is the industry’s most flexible, compact, and futureproof hand-held test solution for core and field applications. The new and completely redesigned RXT modular platform addresses the challenges of communications service providers to increase efficiency and productivity.

Supported Modules:

VeEX UX400

UX400 Next Generation Network Testing

The UX400 is the most versatile portable multi-service transport test solution to offer a wide range of modules with test capabilities ranging from DS1/E1 all the way up to the latest 100GE and OTU4 network speeds, for a total of up to 600G traffic generation in a single compact modular chassis.

Supported Modules:

VeEX MTT Plus

MTTplus Modular Test Platform

The MTTplus platform builds on the legacy of the legendary MTT, providing a compact, powerful and cost-effective modular test toolkit for today’s wide range of evolving test needs. The flexible test platform lowers operational and capital expenditures associated with handling multiple technologies required to address today’s Access, Business, Carrier Ethernet, Transport and Core services.

Supported Modules:

VeEX tx 300 platform

TX300s Platform

Portable Converged Networks Test Set
VeEX® VePAL TX300s Platform is a fully-integrated and self-contained multi-service test solution for OTN, SDH, SONET, PDH, DSn, Fibre Channel, Ethernet, Mobile Backhaul, CPRI/OBSAI and Fiber Optics networks.

Hardware Options:

VeEx Di-1000

DI-1000

Digital Fiber Inspection Microscope
The ergonomically designed DI-1000 connects directly to VeEX test sets through its USB 2.0 port. The DI-1000 features an easy single-finger focusing knob, comprehensive list of tips and digital image sensor and optics with detectable resolution to 0.5 μm.

VeEx opx-box plus

OPX-BOX+

Compact Mini OTDR
The OPX-BOX+ is an ultra-compact, OTDR designed to operate remotely using Fiberizer software. The unit can be controlled via USB or Bluetooth from Windows, MacOS, Linux or Android devices.

VeEX fx300

FX300

Multi-Functional Test Platform for Optical Fiber Networks
The VePAL FX300 is a full featured Optical test solution for technicians installing, testing, troubleshooting and restoring FTTx/PON, mobile backhaul, and related converged network infrastructures.

VeEX fx40 series

FX40 Series

Optical Power Meter (OPM)
Optical Light Source (OLS)
Key features include: Singlemode and Multimode testing, PON, Telecom, CATV and LAN/WAN applications and dual wavelength laser source and power meter options.

VeEX fx45 series

FX45 Series

Optical Power Meter (OPM)
Optical Light Source (OLS)
Optical Loss Test Set (OLTS)
Optical Return Loss Test Set (ORL)
Similar to the FX40 Series, the features of the FX45 Series also include: high accuracy and wide dynamic range, the ability to save OPM measurements (> 1000 single results) with timestamp, and transfer stored results to a PC via USB for report generation, printing and Fiberizer Cloud upload.

VeEX fx50

FX50

Optical Loss Test Set (OLTS)
The OLTS is a premium, multi-function tester to measure Power, bi-directional Loss and Optical Return Loss (ORL) on fiber optic systems. This compact, handheld and robust device is ideally suited for a variety of test applications for todays’ Telco, FTTx and PON access networks.

VeEX fx10

FX10

Pen Style Visual Fault Locator
Features a small pen size for field applications and continuous on or 2 Hz on/off.

VeEX upm 100

UPM 100

USB Optical Power Meter
The UPM 100 USB Power Meter is used with VeEX software to capture dB loss readings in optical fiber systems.