Custom-Cal has a high success rate in the repair of the ANRITSU MS9001B1. A calibration by Custom-Cal is performed by engineers with extensive OEM experience. We have the expertise and the necessary standards to perform the ANRITSU MS9001B1 Calibration, onsite calibration may be available. We specialize in quick turnaround times and we can handle expedited deliveries upon request.

Need another Optical Spectrum Analyzer, OSA?
Shop for Comparable Products on our
 used Optical Spectrum Analyzer, OSA page or new Optical Spectrum Analyzer, OSA page

As an alternative New Ridge Technologies offers the NRT-8000, the world’s Smallest Optical Spectrum Analyzer with built in “live wavelength calibration” for C-Band applications.  More
   ANRITSU MS9001B1   Description / Specification:    
ANRITSU MS9001B1 600 to 1750 nm Optical Spectrum Analyzer

The Anritsu MS9001B1 Optical Spectrum Analyzer covers wavelengths up to 1.75 µm and can be used to measure 1.55 µm band light-emitting elements developed for long distance optical communications as well as the loss characteristics of optical parts and materials using white-light sources (MG922A). The 50 dB dynamic range of the MS9001B1 has been achieved by using a spectroscope that has less stray light. This permits accurate measurement of DFB laser side-modes. Specifications. Wavelength range: 0.6 to 1.75 µm. Level measuring range: -70 to +10 dBm (0.7 to 1.6 µm), - 65 to + 10 dBm (0.6 to 1.7 µm), -55 to +10 dBm (1 .6 to 1.75 µm). Measuring level accuracy: ±2 dB (at 0 .85/1.3/1.55 µm). Linearity: ± 0.5 dB/10 dB, ± 1 dB/20 dB, ± 3 dB/60 dB. Polarization: ±0.5 dB (at 1.3/1.55 µm). Level scale: 0.2 to 10 dB/div and LINEAR. Dynamic range (background light level): >=40 dB (level difference between peak level and ± 1 nm from peak level), >=50 dB (level difference between peak level and ± 10 nm from peak level). Wavelength read-out resolution: 2 pm. Wavelength accuracy: ±1 nm, ±0.5 nm (25°C). Resolution bandwidth: 0.1 to 5 nm. Wavelength sweep width: 0 to 100 nm/div. Processing functions: Automatic setting for optimum measurement, subtraction, averaging, peak-search, peak-to-center, spectrum half-width, wavelength calibration, title display, time display, memory backup, direct plotting.


Standard Calibration $750.00 *
Click on Logo for More Prices
*This is a Web introductory price for one calibration of the ANRITSU MS9001B1. Price does not in most cases include measurement performance data. Pricing does include NIST traceable calibration and issue of a calibration certificate and calibration label. Pricing may vary slightly due to volume and location of laboratory supporting calibration. Volume pricing may apply. On-site fees may apply depending on logistics, location and volume of work to be completed during the visit.

Related Optical Terms and Definitions. For a complete list go to our  Terms and Definitions Page.

Amplified Spontaneous Emission Source (ASE)
ASE, a process where spontaneously emitted radiation (luminescence) is amplified. In lasers and particularly in high-gain erbium-doped amplifiers, amplified spontaneous emission is usually an unwanted effect. It tends to limit the gain achievable in a single stage of a fiber optic amplifier to the order of 40–50 dB.

Dynamic Range
In a transmission system, the ratio of the overload level to the noise level of the system, usually expressed in dB. Ratio of the highest to lowest detectable signal of a system, expressed in dB.

Optical Power
Optical Power is usually measured in "dBm", or decibels referenced to one miliwatt of power. while loss is a relative reading, optical power is an absolute measurement, referenced to standards. You measure absolute power to test transmitters or receivers and relative power to test loss.

Relative Wavelength Accuracy
When randomly changing the wavelength and measuring the differences between the actual and displayed wavelengths, the relative wavelength accuracy is ± half the span between the maximum and the minimum value of all differences.

Wavelength is a term for the color of light, usually expressed in nanometers (nm) or microns (m). In Fiber Optics the wavelenghts mostly used are in the infrared region where the light is invisible to the human eye.

Please contact us for your ANRITSU MS9001B1 REPAIR and/or ANRITSU MS9001B1 600 to 1750 nm Optical Spectrum Analyzer CALIBRATION

I'm interested in: 
Calibration Type (Select one):

Repair Information:
 Serial Number:

 Is there any physical damage?  
 If yes, describe:

What is the description of the problem?

How/when did the problem start?

 (*) Required Fields    For formal quote please fill in all fields.
From (Email):*
Contact Name:*
Address 1:
Address 2:
State/Territory/Province: *
Zip/Postal Code: