OPTITIP/HMFOC Training & Certification for Verizon Fiber Inspection & Cleaning

April 20, 2022 | 9:30am-1:30pm Pacific Time

The main source of signal loss in a fiber optic link is most commonly connector related. Of the possible issues, over 85% of these problems are typically caused by dirty fiber optic end faces. With the ever-growing popularity of multi-fiber ribbon cables being deployed in FTTA applications, it goes without saying that fiber end-face inspection is critical to minimize having to revisit a site and to minimize potential issues in the future. Jeremy Davis, Fiber Optics Solutions Engineer, VIAVI Solutions will lead the training.  This course will cover the following topics:

Basic review of what end face inspection entails and the current standards

  • Discussion about the impact of dirty end faces and the IEC 61300-3-35 standard
  • Proper end-face inspection techniques of multi-fiber connectors such as OptiTip, HMFOC, and others
  • Various tips available, bulkhead adapter for both patch cords and ports (using an adapter)
  • Explanation of the various inspection tools and cleaning options available
  • P5000i, FC Probe, Sidewinder – Click cleaners, solvents, cletop, etc.
  • Best practices for inspecting and cleaning in various environments
  • Wet to dry cleaning
  • Review of Verizon test requirements and how to achieve passing results

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