Fluke Networks provides innovative solutions for the installation and certification, testing, monitoring and analysis of copper, fiber and wireless networks used by enterprises and telecommunications carriers. The company's award-winning solutions provide network installers, owners, and maintainers with superior vision, combining speed, accuracy and ease of use to optimize network performance.


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The FI-7000 FiberInspector Pro

The SmartLoop OTDR 

The Singlemode MultiFiber Pro 

New! Fiber QuickMap and Fiber OneShot Pro

Fluke Networks' recently announced new models for Fiber OneShot Pro and Fiber QuickMap. New models are available to order now! 


Download the Product Overview Brochure for more information!

What's the value of the Fiber OneShot Pro and Fiber QuickMap?

  • Locate faults that are not visible with a visual fault locator (VFL)
  • As easy to use as a VFL: Connect it to a fiber and press a button
  • Quick measurements, typically in 6 seconds
  • Numeric display is easily understood by all fiber technicians

Click here for a chart to match Fluke discontinued model numbers with the replacement models.


Getting Started with Versiv

This NEW video series will walk you through answers that address common FAQ including unboxing, set up and more of your Versiv.  Click on a link below to view your video of interest.


Product Videos

Business Value of Versiv 

More Useful links from Fluke Networks' YouTube Channel.

SmartLoop OTDR Testing

MPO Fiber Testing: Optical Power Meter & Light Source

New Fluke Networks Catalog 


Fiber Cleaning 

Alien Crosstalk Talk is Easy

Truth Series

Follow Fluke Network's Truth Series for the latest tips and insights into fiber test.

Part 1: What Factory Cable Testing Cannot Tell an Installer

Pre-terminated fiber is a true accelerator for datacenter fiber networking. Compared to conventional fiber it is faster to install and faster to change. There is a gap, however, between a cable exiting a factory and a cable reliably delivering bits to a destination switch port. www.flukenetworks.com/truths