Fiber Optic Center, Inc. announces the addition of the FiberChek Probe from Viavi

New Bedford, MA – Fiber Optic Center, Inc. announces the addition of the FiberChek Probe from Viavi to focenter.com. All new handheld automates capabilities and autonomous operation to ensure best practices with time-saving workflows.
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The FiberChek probe builds on industry-leading Viavi expertise in fiber inspection to deliver an all-in-one handheld solution for technicians at every skill level. Meeting all fiber inspection needs with built-in image viewing, auto-focus, pass/fail analysis, storage and recall, the FiberChek probe completely automates inspection workflows to ensure fast and accurate performance.

Achieve fully autonomous inspection with an all-in-one solution
• Automate inspection workflows
• Ensure accurate and fast test performance
• Easily access the fiber connection anywhere
• Connect with other Viavi instruments and mobile devices

The integrated touch-screen display shows live images and analysis results with easy navigation and testing for desired acceptance criteria, including IEC-61300-3-35 standards or customer-specific requirements. In addition, the FiberChek probe also integrates with a wide selection of other Viavi test solutions and both iOS and Android mobile devices via Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and USB.

With FiberChek, technicians get a complete fiber-inspection solution in the palm of their hand. Whether used on its own or along with other devices, the FiberChek probe is the essential fiber tool for every technician. From new install deployments, network certification, troubleshooting, moves, adds, and changes, installers can use FiberChek wherever they handle fiber because it includes all of the capabilities needed to complete jobs faster, correctly, and on time, the first time.

For more info:
Call: 800-473-4237
Visit:
http://bit.ly/29WTvgn
http://www.focenter.com
Email:
[email protected]

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