Fiber OneShot PRO | Telecom Test Equipment – Fluke Networks

By: Airmagnet  11-11-2011

Fiber OneShot PRO takes the complexity out of singlemode fiber testing by analyzing fiber links and measuring faults up to 15 miles in less than five seconds.

Whether you are troubleshooting FTTx, Hybrid Fiber Coax (HFC), fiber links between Central Offices, or working on regional or rural access networks, Fiber OneShot PRO is your first response to fiber trouble.

The simple, one-button test feature means no training and can cut the average job time by 30 percent.

This frontline fiber troubleshooter is an essential tool for anyone working with singlemode fiber.  


Specifications are typical.

17.5 cm H
7.8 cm W
3.8 cm D
.35 kg weight including batteries

Operating temperature with the battery 0ºC to 50ºC
Non-operating temperature -20ºC to 60ºC
Operating relative humidity
(without condensation)
95% (10ºC to 35ºC)
75% (35ºC to 40ºC)
uncontrolled < 10ºC
Vibration Random, 5 Hz to 500 Hz, MIL-PRF- 28800F CLASS 2
Shock 1-metre drop test
Altitude 9,842 feet/3000 metres
EMC EN 61326-1:2004
Battery type 2 AA alkaline batteries (no battery charger)
Battery life More than 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 1.468)
Auto turnoff Automatically turns off after 5 minutes if no keys are pressed.
Backlight turns off first.
Factory calibration interval None
Output wavelengths 1550 nm ± 20 nm at 25ºC
Laser classification Class 1 CDRH Complies to EN 60825-2
Maximum distance 75,459 feet or more than 23,000 metres
Maximum number of incidents shown 9
Distance accuracy ± (1 m + 0.1% x length) for reflective incidents
± (3 m + 0.1% x length) for non-reflective incidents2
Testing speed 5 seconds typical testing time
Connector Removable/cleanable SC adapter, UPC polish
Fiber types tested 9/125 μm singlemode
Detection of reflective incidents3 -45 dB default threshold (user-selectable: -24 dB to -62 dB in 1 dB increments)
Maximum reflectance measurement -24 dB
Detection of loss incidents4 1.5 dB default threshold
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 1250 nm to 1625 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.

Conforms to relevant European Union directives
Conforms to relevant Australian standards
Listed by the Canadian Standards Association CSA C22.2 No. 61010.1.04
Conforms to FCC Rules, Part A, Class A

1  ± user-configurable Index of Refraction (IOR) error ± the incident location error.

2  ± user-configurable Index of Refraction (IOR) error ± the incident location error.

3  Detects the location of an incident that has a reflectance larger than -62 dB. Detects incidents >2 m after the bulkhead connector when the bulkhead reflectance is <35 dB. Detects incidents >3 m after an incident when the incident reflectance is <35 dB.

4  Detects incidents >10 m after the bulkhead connector or any prior incident when the bulkhead reflectance is <-35 dB and the reflectance of any prior incident is  <-35 dB. The maximum link loss prior to the incident is <7 dB.

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