Connects via USB with multiple devices including JDSU tools, laptops/PCs, and Android mobile devices
Inspect & certify fiber end-face quality at the push of a button
Repeatable pass/fail analysis eliminates subjective guesswork from the measurement process
User-selectable acceptance profiles allow certification to any acceptance criteria
Includes FiberChekPRO™ software for analysis and reporting with laptops/PCs
Automatic image centering ensures the fiber always appears in the center of the screen
Detailed report generation to certify and document results
Dual magnification (200X and 400X) functionality provides high level and detailed inspection and analysis
Magnification toggle button allows easy switching in both live and analysis views
Accepts FBPT series tips for comprehensive support for all connector types used in today’s network
The #1 cause for troubleshooting in optical networks is contaminated fiber connectors. To address this problem, the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) has developed a standard for acceptable fiber end-face quality. Yet certifying compliance to this standard can be a time-consuming, complex, and subjective procedure.
The P5000i is a digital handheld microscope that automatically inspects and certifies the end faces of fiber connectors according to industry standards and specifications.
This digital microscope provides instant pass/fail results at the push of a button, eliminating subjective and time-consuming guesswork.
Compatible with multiple platforms, including T-BERD®/MTS-2000/4000/5800/6000A, 8000v2, HST-3000, Certifier40G, CellAdvisor JD720C, laptops, PCs, and Android mobile devices, the P5000i provides fast, repeatable analysis that easily integrates into existing test procedures. The world’s leading manufacturers, installers, and service providers already rely on JDSU to certify their fiber connectors. Whether testing on the production line or in the field, the P5000i gives any technician that handles fiber the same capabilities in the palm of their hand.
110 g (3.88 oz)
(w × h × d) 140 x 46 x 44 mm (5.5 x 1.8 x 1.7 in)
Low mag field-of-view (FOV)
High mag field-of-view (FOC)
Vertical: 275 μm
640 x 480 fps
USB 2.0 (backwards compatible to USB 1.1)
183cm (6 ft)
2560 x 1920, 1/2.5-in CMOS
Particle size detection
Blue LED, 100,000+ hour life
P5000i Digital Analysis Microscope with FiberChekPRO
Soft bag for microscope and accessories
Carrying case for tips
Kits with 4 Inspection Tips
Bulkhead: SC, LC
Patch cords: 2.5mm, 1.25mm
Fiber Inspection Scopes
NBN (National Broadband Network)
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