Fiber QuickMap

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The Fluke Networks Fiber QuickMap is an enterprise fiber troubleshooter that quickly and efficiently locates connections and breaks in multimode fiber. By instantly providing distances to failures such as high loss and high reflectance incidents, Fiber QuickMap is the must-have troubleshooter for any technician who works with fiber.

Other troubleshooting solutions in today’s data centers are too inefficient and take up too much time. Lasers are simple, but the repetitive process of shining it down a link and checking the far end is imprecise, tiresome and time-consuming. On the other end of the spectrum, OTDRs work well as troubleshooters, but their advanced analysis and trace capabilities make them best used for certifying and documenting cable installation quality. Today, network technicians need a first-line diagnostic tool to help them fix their fiber cabling problems. Fiber QuickMap’s one-button ease-of-use, speed and detailed insight into fiber connectivity make it the technician’s troubleshooter of choice.

To meet your troubleshooting needs, Fiber QuickMap is available as a standalone troubleshooter or as part of a more comprehensive fiber testing kit. Fiber Troubleshooting Kits (FTS) can include these added capabilities based on kit configuration:

- SimpliFiber Pro power meter and dual-wavelength 850 and 1300 nm multimode source measures power and loss. The SimpliFiber Pro meter features the ability to save a reference power level, enabling a direct display of fiber loss.
- FT500 Fiber Inspector Mini video microscope inspects fiber end faces for contamination. The FT500 FiberInspector Mini provides 200x magnification and can be used in any fiber installation.

Operating temperature with the battery: 0șC to 50șC
Non-operating temperature: -20șC to 60șC
Operating relative humidity
(without condensation):
95% (10șC to 35șC)
75% (35șC to 40șC)
uncontrolled < 10șC
Vibration: Random, 5 Hz to 500 Hz, MIL-PRF-28800F CLASS 2
Shock: 1 meter drop test
Altitude: 3000 m
EMC: EN 61326-1: 2004
Battery: type 2 AA alkaline batteries (no battery charger)
Battery life: 1500 tests (typical)
Laser safety: Class 1 CDRH Complies to EN 60825-2
LCD: type Backlit black and white (segments)
Index of refraction range: 1.45 to 1.5 (factory default is 1.496)
Auto turn off: Automatically turns off after 5 minutes if no keys are pressed. Backlight turns off first.
Factory calibration interval: None
Output wavelengths: 850 nm ± 10 nm
Laser classification: Class 1 CDRH Complies to EN 60825-2
Dynamic range: >11 dB
Maximum distance: 1500 meters or 4921 feet
Maximum number of incidents shown: 9
Distance accuracy (0 m to 1500 m or
0 ft to 4921 ft):
± (1 m + 0.1 % x length) for reflective incidents1
± (3 m + 0.1 % x length) for non-reflective incidents2
Testing speed: < 6 seconds typical
Connector: Removable/cleanable SC adapter, UPC polish
Fiber types tested: 50/125 μm or 62.5/125 μm multimode
Detection of reflective incidents3: -35 dB default threshold (User selectable: -20 dB to -45 dB in 5 dB increments)
Reflectance accuracy4: ± 4 dB
Maximum reflectance measurement: -20 dB
Detection of loss incidents5: 0.70 dB default threshold (user-configurable from 0.5 dB to 6.1 dB in 0.2 dB increments)
Bulkhead quality: If no fiber is attached or if the connector is dirty, the troubleshooter displays 0 m or 0 ft.
Live fiber detection: Detects optical signals from 600 nm to 1050 nm and shows ACTIVE LINE if a signal is there. Looks for a signal every 3 seconds after the first detection. +7 dB maximum input power.
Certifications and compliance: Conforms to relevant European Union directives ;
  Conforms to relevant Australian standards
  Listed by the Canadian Standards Association CSA C22.2 No. 61010.1.04 Ž
  Conforms to FCC Rules, Part A, Class A


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