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Replacement Parts for the CopperPro Optional Accessories for the Copper Quick Links. Download this manual. August , Rev. All rights reserved. All product names are trademarks of their respective companies. Table of Contents. The warranty period for the mainframe is one year and begins on the date of purchase. Parts, accessories, product repairs and services are warranted for 90 days, unless otherwise stated.
Page 3 Warranty is held invalid or unenforceable by a court or other decision-maker of competent jurisdiction, such holding will not affect the validity or enforceability of any other provision. International Electrical Symbols Functions of the CopperPro Keys Generic Setup Parameters Operating the Tester in Edit Mode Standard Accessories Back Panel CopperPro Startup Screen Main Menu Typical Setup Menu System Setups Screen Dial-Up Test Toolbox It provides instructions for configuring the CopperPro and using it to precisely locate common faults on a loop and to verify the ability of a copper loop to transport various classes of high-speed data services.
As a cable installation test tool, you can use the CopperPro with an external Page Safety Information CopperPro. Failure to comply with these precautions or with specific warnings in this guide violates the safety standards of design, manufacture, and intended use of the tester.
Avoid all contact with this material, especially swallowing. Use soap and water to thoroughly wash all skin and clothing contaminated with the liquid crystal material. Conforms to relevant safety standards in Canada and the United States. This instrument contains a Nickel Metal Hydride battery pack. Fluke Networks subscribes to the U. Contact your authorized Fluke Networks Service Center for recycling information. Click to display the Support Support page. Page Checking The Shipping Container If the CopperPro requires repair, service center personnel will provide you with shipping information and repair prices.
See the registration card for warranty terms. Following the figure are descriptions of the numbered items in the illustration. Turns the CopperPro on or off.
Some keys have two functions for example, the BACK key. When you press and release the Yellow Shift key, then press a key that has two functions, the alternate function of the key is activated. These connectors are color-coded for easy identification. The test lead connectors are identified in Figure as follows This panel contains a speaker item A and a microphone item B.
Connecting to AC Power When the tester is connected to AC power, you can use the power supply as a continuous power source. Attach the nine-pin female connector on the optional printer cable to the CopperPro D-Sub connector.
Attach the nine-pin male cable connector to the printer. The battery typically provides between 16 to 24 hours of operating time. This section shows you how to check and recharge the battery. Checking the Remaining Battery Capacity This warning overlays the currently displayed screen. Note To remove the warning, press L. In this mode, it can take up to three hours for a completely discharged battery pack to charge. The chapter begins with an introduction to the menu system and shows you how to locate desired tests, operational functions, and setup parameters.
Then, do the following: 1. This section shows you how to display the Main menu. You will then learn how to display the test and setup menus. Displaying the Main Menu menu is the top-level menu.
Each Auto-Test is comprised of a series of individual diagnostic tests that run automatically and in sequence with the press of a single key. Press D Setups menu for the Auto-Test you selected is displayed. This number identifies the cable name of the pair on which the test is being conducted.
In the highlighted field, supply the alphanumeric cable name up to 24 characters maximum. To change the value of a test-specific parameter, complete the following: a Press F or H to select the value you want to change. Press A Edit The tester is now in Edit mode. Note Consult Table , which provides some helpful tips for operating the tester in Edit mode.
Press L. Press H to move the cursor to the field and set the date. To Current Date do this, complete the following: d Press A. In the first field, type the number for the current Edit month or day, if you selected DD. YYYY as the display mode. Power-Save Timers 3. Then, press Edit 4. Select the number that you want to delete. To edit a phone number or notes in the Remarks field: 1. To store property information for the tester, follow these steps: 1.
Press D. System Setups screen Figure is displayed. This screen has four System Setups parameters. The cursor is positioned on Operator Name Note The information you supply for each parameter on this screen can be up to 30 alphanumeric characters long. Press H to move the cursor to. Press A and supply the Wire Center Edit desired information. When you finish, press L. Read this section before you run any tests.
Calibrating the CopperPro To ensure maximum accuracy of test results, you should calibrate the CopperPro at the start of the day, whenever a significant temperature change occurs, or before you make extremely critical measurements.
This key is located halfway down the keypad on the left side of the front panel see Figure To increase or decrease the volume of the sound, do the following: 1. Turn on the CopperPro. If the line is a ground-start line as opposed to loop-start , connect the G Ground test lead to the cable sheath or C. It is a good idea to periodically run a self-test to verify that your tester is operating properly. If the self-test fails, a diagnostic message is displayed. The test can be run on either spare or working POTS pairs, with the appropriate selected tests automatically performed.
It is an ideal tool to qualify POTS pairs, as well as providing an overview for fault analysis. If desired, supply a value for each generic setup parameter. Note Table describes the generic setup parameters. Select N to disable the test. If all tests pass, the cursor is positioned on the first test in the list, and that test is highlighted. This section introduces the POTS toolbox tests, shows you how to run them, and describes their results.
When completed, voltage results for all legs are displayed as shown in Figure acy15s. Press A Contin. DCV screen Figure is displayed. Continuous DCV acy16s.
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