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The Fluke Networks FI-7000 FiberInspector Pro

by Julie Clark on July 22, 2014

Roughly 85% of fiber optic network failures are due to contaminated end-faces. While inspecting and cleaning end faces and connectors is not new, it is growing in importance and linked with increasing data rates which impact budgets. Fluke Networks’ FI-7000 FiberInspector Pro allows you to inspect and certify end-faces in 2 seconds so you can get the job done the first time. Automated PASS/FAIL certification take the guess work out of fiber inspection so anyone can be a fiber expert.

Fluke_Networks_FI-7000_FiberInspector_Pro_1FI-7000 FiberInspector Pro Offers Automated Assurance of Compliant End-Face Conditions  

Instead of relying on subjective assessment of fiber end-faces, which takes more time and is less accurate, the FI-7000 FiberInspector Pro delivers pass/fail certification in two seconds or less. The FI-7000 inspects the fiber connector’s end-face, analyzing the fiber core, cladding, adhesive layer, and contact surface for damage and defects before generating a pass/fail designation per the IEC 61300-3-35 standard. 
The FI-7000 also incorporates advanced analysis software to highlight detected damage and defects, which makes contaminated areas easier to identify. 


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Eliminate the #1 cause of fiber failure

End-face contamination is a leading cause of fiber failures. Dirt and contaminant cause insertion loss and back-reflection that inhibits optical transmission and causes havoc with transceivers. Fiber loss and OTDR testing can expose this problem, but in many cases, dirty connections make fiber testing time consuming and inaccurate.

Since dirt can be an issue before, during, or after fiber optic certification testing, and migrate from one end-face to another upon mating, both sides of any connection must always be cleaned and inspected. 

Further, mating contaminated connectors can cause permanent damage as microscopic debris is crushed between end-faces in physical contact. Even factory terminated patch cords or pigtails must be inspected as protective caps do not keep end-faces clean. Avoiding this common cause of failure, starts with inspecting the end-face and eliminating any contamination before insertion into a bulkhead or piece of equipment. 

Free Fiber Inspection Software Upgrade for Existing Versiv owners 
Existing Versiv FiberInspector owners can take advantage of the FI-7000’s certification capabilities with a simple firmware update. Just download the new Versiv v3.0 firmware and LinkWare v9.0 to take advantage of this free upgrade. 

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