Fluke Networks: Fluke Networks FiberLert™ Live Fiber Detector

Feb. 6, 2022
Fluke Networks FiberLert Live Fiber Detector is a pocket-sized tester that detects invisible near-infrared (850 – 1625 nm) wavelengths used in fiber-optic communications.
Fluke Networks FiberLert Live Fiber Detector is a pocket-sized tester that detects invisible near-infrared (850 – 1625 nm) wavelengths used in fiber-optic communications. When placed in front of an active fiber-optic port or patch cord, the tester emits a continuous light and optional tone. Unlike more complex testers, the FiberLert requires no setup or interpretation of measurement readings on the part of the user.

Judge’s Comment: “Excellent concept, highly needed, especially for networks that use WDM and fiber amps.”

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