This course will provide you with the knowledge and skills to effectively operate the Viavi ONX-580P in copper access and DSL networks.
During this course, you’ll be provided the opportunity to practise many of the technical and soft-skill processes required to assist your customers.
All information in this course is specific to the ONX-580P and supports G.FAST212
When you’ve completed this course, you should be able to:
- Navigate through the ONX-580P menus.
- Explain types of tests that are performed on the ONX-580P.
- Explain the function of all ports and buttons on the ONX-580P.
- Demonstrate how to use POTS Dialler function on ONX-580P.
- Demonstrate how to use Multimeter function on ONX-580P.
- Demonstrate how to use the PET/ TDR function on the ONX-580P.
- Demonstrate how to use the RFL function on the ONX-580P.
- Demonstrate how to use the PSD function on the ONX-580P.
- Demonstrate how to use the POTS set of tests on the ONX-580P.
- Demonstrate how to use the WiFi Scanner function on the ONX-580P.
Before using, review all safety precautions; follow ALL safety information in the test equipment user guide
Follow ALL safety information in the equipment user guide. Failure to do so could compromise the safety of the operator
Do not operate this instrument near flammable gases or fumes.
Do not modify any part or accessory of this instrument. If the unit is damaged, do not use and secure it from use by others.
To avoid the risk of electric shock, do not remove covers or any parts of the ONX-580P enclosure.
Note: If the instrument is use while charging from 240V, the AC charging may cause noise, that interferes with the PET operation. The Hazardous Voltage warning may also be activated during charging
If voltages are greater than 30VAC or 60VDC are present on the pair connected, a warning message will appear and an audible alarm will alert the operator.
If a hazardous voltage is indicated, DO NOT touch the instrument leads.
Press the acknowledge button. If the hazardous voltage is again indicated Do Not Touch the instrument leads.
Follow all safety procedures to ensure that you do not expose yourself to a risk of severe electric shock.
Voltages greater than 30VAC or 60VDC may be due to the presence of Pair Gain systems, ringing voltage or some other misleading AC/DC voltages.
Screen indication and audible alarm are displayed on most tests
Eg Line current, longitudinal balance, PET etc.
Until the next Firmware release DC and AC voltage tests only displays a visual alarm
“High voltage detected”