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Fiber Optic Microscope - FiberInspector
Fiber Optic Microscope - FiberInspector

Use FiberInspector to examine installed fiber terminations or ensure terminations are smooth and clean. Dirt, dust, and other contaminants are the enemy of high-speed data transmission over optical fiber. Today's network applications require more bandwidth, making loss budgets tighter than ever. It is critical that all optical connections are clean and free of contaminants to ensure application success. The Fluke Networks FiberInspector Pro Video Microscope puts the solution for your fiber testing business right before your eyes. Now available in a dual magnification configuration, this portable video microscope works ten times faster than traditional scopes. Simply insert the probe and inspect installed fiber connectors through the bulkhead adapters without accessing the backside of the patch panels. With dual magnification, the FT600 is the ultimate tool for inspecting multimode and singlemode fiber optic connectors in one easy to use tool. Dual-magnification probe allows quick changes between 250x and 400x. Large 3.5" display delivers crisp, clear images of microscopic debris and end-face damage. Troubleshoots 10 times faster than traditional scopes. Various probe adapter tips allow for inspection through different connector port types. Temperature range - Operating: 0 C to 40 C. Storage: -10 C to C. Humidity range - Operating: 0 % to 45 % RH non-condensing. Storage: 0 % to 95 % RH non-condensing. Certifications: CE. Part # FT600.

This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 27 February, 2007.