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Creating Custom Fibers in the OMNIScanner / OMNIFiber

The OMNIScanner allows the user to create Custom Fibers in the OMNIScanner. This is useful if the customer has a fiber that is not in the Cable Library.
 
With the OMNIFiber adapters attached to the OMNIScanner, turn the OMNIScanner on. Press the Setup key  Setup Key. From the Setup screen, Select Cables and press Enter.
 
Highlight TIA ProjectHighlight Cable Setup Screen
 
From the Cables menu, select Generic and press the Enter key. Highlight the type of fiber that is to be created.
 
          Single Mode
          Multimode 50/125 micron
          Multimode 62.5/125 micron
 
select Generic From Cables Menu Highlight Multimode 62.5 125 micron
 
To start creating the Custom Fiber, press the Create button Create Button .
 
Highlight the Name Field and press Enter. Enter the name of the Custom Fiber using the OMNIScanner Keypad. When done entering the name, press Enter.
 
Highlight Name FieldEnter Custom Fiber Name Set Training Fiber Name
 
Use the Arrow pad and move down to the GRI @ 850 field. Press Enter and change the value using the OMNIScanner Keypad. When done entering the new value, press Enter.
 
Highlight GRI @ 850 FieldChange Value Using OMNIScanner Keypad
 
Use the Arrow pad and move down to the GRI @ 1300 field. Press Enter and change the value using the OMNIScanner Keypad. When done entering the new value, press Enter.
 
Highlight GRI @ 1300 FieldEnter GRI New Value
 
 
If creating a Single-Mode Fiber, change the Fiber Type to Single-Mode.
 
Create Singlemode Fiber Change Fiber Type
 
When done editing the Custom Fiber, press the Save button Save Button. The Custom Fiber will be saved in the Custom Cables folder. From there the Custom Fiber can be selected and set as default by pressing the Set As Default button Default Button.
 
Highlight Multimode Fiber Save Custom Cables folder 

Author: Adrian Young

Creation Date: 2014-04-03

Last Modified: 2014-04-03

 
 
 
 
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