Fluke Networks Versiv Training Resources

Fluke Networks Versiv Training Resources
Fluke Networks Versiv Training Resources
DSX-5000 Cable Analyzer
Description
Getting Started with the DSX5000
Topic
Unboxing
Tester Setup
Running a Test
Creating a Report
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Setting up for a Category 5e Permanent Link
test
Setting a reference
Setting up for a two pair Category 5e
Permanent Link
Shield Integrity Test
Shows how to change the test limit on a DSX CableAnalyzer
to a Category5e Permanent Link
Shows how to set a reference on a a DSX CableAnalyzer
Shows how to configure your DSX CableAnalyzer for a two
pair Category 5e Permanent Link test
Shows how your current field tester may be reporting a false
PASS when testing the shield continuity
Explains how your test report contains two margins
Discusses how you test a link that consists of a patch panel at
one end and an RJ45 plug at the other; a common occurrence
in the implementation of CCTV and wireless access points.
Explains what NVP is, how it's calculated and your options
for setting it in the DSX CableAnalyzer.
Your DSX-5000 CableAnalyzer can diagnose a failing NEXT
result caused by a poor termination.
Your DSX-5000 CableAnalyzer can diagnose a failing NEXT
result. Even on a short link
Your DSX-5000 CableAnalyzer can diagnose a failing Return
Loss result
Your DSX-5000 CableAnalyzer can diagnose a failing Return
Loss result
Your DSX-5000 CableAnalyzer can diagnose a failing Return
Loss result caused by water in the cable
Your DSX-5000 CableAnalyzer can diagnose a failing NEXT
Loss result caused by the cable.
Lubricant used to pull cable through conduit can cause an
Insertion Loss issue
If your link certifies with good margin but the owner is still
complaining about performance, you may wish to consider a
TCL (Transverse Conversion Loss) measurement. The DSX5000 CableAnalyzer is the only tester capable of this
measurement in the field
Almost all Return Loss measurements in the
DSX-5000 CableAnalyzer are subject to the 3 dB rule
Most ISO/IEC and EN NEXT measurements are subject to the
4 dB rule
ANSI/TIA-1152 permits the length measurement to be
exceeded by 10%
Application/Standards Articles (Copper)
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Worst case margin vs. Worst case value
Modified Single Connector Permanent Link
NVP - Nominal Velocity of Propagation
NEXT failed due to a poor termination
NEXT fails on a short link
Return Loss fails due to cable (example #1)
Return Loss fails due to cable (example #2)
Return Loss fails due to water in the cable
NEXT fails due to cable
Lubricant caused Insertion Loss to fail
Poor balance resulted in a 1000BASE-T switch
operating at 100BASE-TX
The 3 dB Rule
The 4 dB Rule
The 10% rule for length
Copper Application Standards
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Fluke Networks Versiv Training Resources
CertiFiber Pro Optical Loss Test Set
Topic
Description
Link
Unboxing
Tester Setup – Part 1
Tester Setup – Part 2
Running a Test
Creating a Report
How to turn on automated fiber inspection for the
Versiv/TFS platform.
How to create a custom fixed loss limit in the CertiFiber Pro
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Single Fiber Testing with CertiFiber PRO
How to create a custom connector, splice and/or fiber loss
limit in the CertiFiber Pro.
How to test a single fiber with the CertiFiber Pro
Fiber Application Standards
Application/Standards Articles (Fiber)
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Getting Started with the CertiFiber PRO
Automatic fiber Inspection
Custom Fixed Loss Limit
Custom connector/splice/fiber Loss Limits
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FI-7000 Fiber Inspection
Topic
Getting Started with the
FI-7000 FiberInspector Pro
Automated Fiber Inspection
Cross Contamination
Description
FI-7000 FiberInspector Pro
How to turn on automated fiber inspection for the Versiv
platform
How one dirty fiber connector can contaminate an entire
installation
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Fluke Networks Versiv Training Resources
OptiFiber Pro
Topic
Description
Link
Unboxing
Tester Setup
Running a Test – Part 1
Running a Test – Part 2
Creating a Report
The importance of selecting the appropriate test limit
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Launch Only Compensation
How to remove the length of your launch fiber from the
OTDR measurement … plus the limitations of not using a tail
(receive) fiber.
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Launch Plus Tail Compensation
How to remove the length of your launch and tail fiber from
the OTDR measurement … plus the benefits of using a tail
(receive) fiber.
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Auto vs Manual OTDR
The difference in using AUTO vs MANUAL Mode in the
OptiFiber Pro
How the project feature in the OptiFiber Pro can be used to
avoid errors when OTDR testing
How the Event Map feature automatically maps a fiber link
How one dirty fiber connector can contaminate an entire
installation
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Getting Started with the OptiFiber PRO
Test limits
Project Management
Event Map
Cross Contamination
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Versiv Knowledgebase
Topic
Description
Link
DSX5000 Cable Analyzer
Knowledgebase Articles – DSX5000 Cable Analyzer
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CertiFiber PRO OLTS
Knowledgebase Articles – CertiFiber PRO
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OptiFiber PRO OTDR
Knowledgebase Articles – OptiFiber PRO
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FI7000 Fiber Inspector PRO
Knowledgebase Articles – FI7000 Fiber Inspector PRO
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