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Fluke Networks FQM-M Mulitmode Fiber Distance and Fault Locator
Manufacturer: Fluke Networks
UPC: 754082138211
SKU: FQM-M
Condition: New
Fluke Networks FQM-M Mulitmode Fiber Distance and Fault Locator
Product TypeCable Analyzer
Brand NameFluke Networks
ManufacturerFluke Networks
Product ModelFQM-M
Product NameMulitmode Fiber Distance and Fault Locator
Product LineFiber QuickMap
Manufacturer Part NumberFQM-M
Manufacturer Website Addresshttp://www.flukenetworks.com
Packaged Quantity1
Battery Size SupportedAA
Number of Batteries Supported2
Battery IncludedYes
Battery ChemistryAlkaline
Environmentally FriendlyYes
Environmental CertificationRoHS
Package Contents
  • Mulitmode Fiber Distance and Fault Locator
  • Screw on Interchangeable SC Adapter
  • 4-language Quick Reference Guide
  • Safety Instruction Manual
  • Batteries
Media Type SupportedOptical Fiber
Device FunctionNetwork Traffic MonitoringLAN Cable TestingCable Fault TestingMismatched Wiring TestingFiber Optic Cable TestingNetwork Testing
Height6.9"
Width3.1"
Depth1.5"
Weight (Approximate)12.35 oz
VFLs work well for exposed lengths of fiber near a patch panel by illuminating bad connections and breaks. They are not very helpful for cable runs more than a few meters, or when the cable not visible or accessible, or when the laser light can't penetrate the jacket. Optical Time Domain Reflectometers (OTDR) provides graphical data and analysis along the entire length of a cable, way beyond the reach of a VFL, but they can be expensive and require more time to and skill to operate. Fiber QuickMap fills the gap between a VFL and an OTDR. These models have the simplicity of a VFL, and provide distance and power information on high losses, breaks, and the end of the fiber. They also identify live fiber