The Fluke Visual Fault locator (Visifault) arrived and I used it to couple 1064nm light into the single mode fibre at the south-end-table.
When the output end of the fiber is plugged into the Visifault the light emerges from at the south end (input side for 1064nm). This light is collimated with the fiber coupler at that end and serves as a reference for the optical axis along which the 1064 light must be directed. Once the two beams (red and 1064) are overlapped with the beam steering mirrors, the Visifault was disconnected from the fiber and the fibre output ( 1064 at the PSL table) is maximized by walking the beam at the input end and adjusting the collimation at the input.
The output of the fiber has been collimated with a fiber coupler.
7.5mW are incident on the input end and 1.3mW have been measured at the output. This output power is adequate for the observing the beats with PSL NPRO.