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2A17 - JDSU ONX-580 One Expert Tester ONX-BDCM-DSL-BONDED

JDSU OneExpert DSL Tester Mainframe w/
JDSU OneExpert ONX-BDCM-DSL-BONDED Module

Installed Options:
- Apple
- Bluetooth
- DSL Bonded
- HPNA
- TrueSpeed

Includes Carrying Case & Accessories As Listed

ONX BDCM DSL BONDED One Expert ONX580 ONX 580

JDSU ONX-580 ONX-BDCM-DSL-BONDED One Expert DSL Tester ONX580 One Expert DSL Tester Models On Sale Warranty Calibration Backed by The Best Service and Lowest Prices in the Industry.

BC# 30021-L/T* 29219-L/T*



Price: $2,395.00 / Each


 
 
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Condition Refurbished
Warranty 1 YEAR WARRANTY
Included
  • JDSU ONX-580 OneExpert DSL Tester Mainframe w/ Options: (BC# 30021-L/T*)
    • Apple
    • Bluetooth
    • DSL Bonded
    • HPNA
    • TrueSpeed
  • JDSU OneExpert ONX-BDCM-DSL-BONDED Module (BC# 29219-L/T*)
  • Test Leads Set
  • (2) Ethernet Cables
  • JDSU Remote Adapter 1
  • AC Adapter/Charger
  • Power Cord
  • Strap For Unit
  • User Manual On CD-ROM
  • Case For Unit
  • Carrying Case
 
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 JDSU OneExpert DSL Modular Test Platform ONX-BDCM-DSL-BONDED

Consistently achieve high-performance results when deploying fast broadband service to the home.
OneExpert DSL helps field technicians fix problems rightâ??the first time. A multitouch, user-friendly interface and OneCheckâ?¢ automated tests ease complex tasks with clear pass/fail results. And, its future-proof modules ensure years of use supporting access and home networks.

Open Design
With the advent of cloud-based applications, touch screen interfaces, and always-on, always-connected smartphones and tablets, instrument users have high expectations not only for usability, but also for seamless integration between their devices and the back office. OneExpert design takes all this into consideration and provides a test platform that helps technicians perform more efficiently and fix problems faster. It lets service providers invest in a long-term, open platform.

ADSL2+ / VDSL2
A common DSL sync test is performed at every dispatch because it is essential in helping field technicians understand DSL link quality (bandwidth rates, margins, errors, and likelihood for errors). This same test also helps to determine whether issues are coming from the equipment (CPE or DSLAM ports) or from the profile settings. OneExpert DSL supports ADSL/2/2+ Annex A and VDSL2 on singleline (up to 30a) and 2-pair bonded ports up to profile 17a. It supports vectoring on both single-line and bonded VDSL connections up to profile 17a along with DSL physical layer retransmission (DSL RTX/G.INP). It is easy to use and shows most critical results on a single DSL summary screen page.

Single Test-Lead Connection
When connecting copper test leads, technicians will try to reduce the expense of multiple test cables as well the incidence of errors resulting from using the wrong lead. It is critical to get a proper connection with a good ground, or risk rendering meaningless test results. However, swapping between DSL testing and copper testing during troubleshooting adds time and risks losing test-lead connection quality. OneExpert DSL lets technicians focus on test leads once, regardless of the number of DSL and copper tests that follow, saving time and, more importantly, avoiding misleading or incorrect results.

IP Data â?? Web and Speed Testing
Internet subscribers demand reliable connectivity and new applications require higher data throughput and network-delay time performance. DSL error protection using interleave delay and error recovery mechanisms, like those for IP video, counteract timesensitive data throughput using TCP/IP with acknowledgment and retransmission. The OneExpert DSL tester allows technicians to quickly test internet connectivity using the built-in web browser. It tests the data rates provided by VDSL vectoring with FTP/HTTP throughput as key reference tests for TCP/IP applications. Mature tests like IP ping delay are still necessary, especially for realâ??time applications, such as online gaming.

OneCheck Copper
It is critical to test the copper prior to turning up DSL. What may have worked for POTS or lower-speed DSL may not work for VDSL or as the plant degrades. OneExpert DSL's OneCheck Copper function simplifies copper testing for field technicians with repeatable pass/fail results.

TDR
OneExpert DSL TDR test functionality is a powerful tool for identifying cable faults that can impair broadband service. It addresses TDR instrument operation for simplicity and accuracyâ??not one or the other, as with most TDRsâ??avoiding incorrect settings and false TDR readings. The automated SmartGain TDR modeâ??s patented time varying gain (TVG) and adaptive pulse width technologies precisely locate faults in access copper loops and inside home networks.

Copper Impairments
A pristine copper plant guarantees error free service and high data rates. With OneExpert DSL, technicians can qualify the severity of copper impairments and locate copper faults.

POTS Dialer
OneExpert DSL reduces the number of test tools a technician needs to carry by providing an integrated butt set. Technicians can use the POTS dialer to verify a lineâ??s continuity to the exchange and that it works without conflicting with the customerâ??s broadband equipment due to an eventual missing or defective POTS splitter.

Wiring Tools
Where available, Ethernet cabling is typically preferred for home networks because it delivers optimal data rates and quality of service. OneExpert DSL wiring tools allow for Ethernet CAT5/6/7 or phonewiring CAT3 testing. Technicians can quickly set up a home network using the Wire Mapping Smart Remote and resistive IDs as remote probes. Further, OneExpert DSL supports Hub Flash, port discovery and a ping tool against multiple targets including gateway, DNS and target host/IP addresses.

WiFi
The use of wireless devices and networks is becoming a common part of every household. With the OneExpert DSL WiFi Scan, technicians are equipped with wireless 802.11b/g/n (2.4 GHz) testing capability to show the signal strength, secure set identification (SSID), configured channel, security, MAC address, and 802.11 protocol at the test location of each wireless 802.11b/g/n network in the area. It also indicates whether a network is secure or vulnerable to security threats.

Coax
Problematic coax cable accounts for most repeat calls as well as video, voice, data, and multiroom DVR installation problems. Most home coax has never even been tested at the frequency ranges that support these services so problems become more apparent after service installation.

The powerful OneExpert DSL in conjunction with the optional JDSU SmartID coax probes can verify in-home coax (quality and topology) and service distribution to quickly display and certify subscriber coax topology. It immediately identifies and locates physical-layer impairments that affect both triple-play and multiroom DVR services saving valuable troubleshooting time and eliminating the need for repeatedly segmenting the network, making changes, and then retesting. Technicians use the information the device provides to determine whether they can quickly fix the drop, replace it with a new one, or use an alternative means to supply service to the location.

After completing physical-layer testing with SmartIDs, technicians can use the HPNA test to verify the coax network with CPE.

Features:
  • Easy-to-use SmartGainâ?¢ TDR ensures every technician can locate copper faults
  • OneCheckâ?¢ automates field tests and simplifies copper results
  • Reduce OpEx by turning all results (including external) into smart data to proactively manage network and workgroup performance
  • StrataSyncâ?¢ cloud-enabled asset and test data management reduces administrative support time with an at-a-glance interface
  • Modular platform scales for new WiFi, fiber, and VDSL technologies


Specifications:
DSL Modem
Test Interface Replaceable test module; ADSL2+/VDSL2, test access over copper test leads (tip A, ring B leads for single channel; T/A, R/B, T1/A1, R1/B1 for bonding) or 8-pin modular (RJ45 type) with pin assignments 4 and 5 for DSL single pair and 3, 4, 5, 6 for DSL bonding
Modem Chipset and Version
ONX-BDCM-DSL-BONDED Chipset: Broadcom 63168
Configuration: OneExpert DSL Broadcom 63168 (Bonded) Test Module
VDSL Standard Compliance
Standard compliance as supported by the Broadcom 63168 chipset ITU-T G.993.2 â?? VDSL2
ITU-T-G.998.1 â?? ATM bonding for module ONX-BDCM-DSL-BONDED
ITU-T-G.998.2 â?? PTM bonding for module ONX-BDCM-DSL-BONDED
ITU-T-G.993.5 â?? Self-FEXT cancellation (vectoring)
ITU-T-G.998.4 â?? Improved impulse noise protection for DSL transceivers
Single-pair profiles: 8a/8b/8c/8d, 12a/12b, 17a, 30a for module ONX-BDCM-DSL-BONDED
Dual-pair profiles: 8a/8b/8c/8d, 12a/12b, 17a for module ONX-BDCM-DSL-BONDED
Vectoring profiles single-pair: 8a/8b/8c/8d, 12a/12b, 17a
Vectoring profiles dual-pair: 8a/8b/8c/8d, 12a/12b, 17a for module ONX-BDCM-DSL-BONDED
Band plan 997 and 998, U0 band
ITU G.993.2 Annex Y vector-friendly mode
ADSL Standard Compliance
Standard compliance as supported by the Broadcom 63168 chipset ITU-T G.992.1 Annex A, (ADSL)
ITU-T G.992.3 Annex A, L (ADSL2)
ITU-T G.992.5 Annex A, M (ADSL2+)
ITU-T-G.998.1 ATM bonding for module ONX-BDCM-DSL-BONDED
ITU-T-G.998.2 PTM bonding for module ONX-BDCM-DSL-BONDED
ANSI T1.413-1998, Issue 2 for module ONX-BDCM-DSL-BONDED
ITU-T G.992.5 INP Amendment 3
General Settings and Features
General Settings & Features Auto sync
DSL technology modes ADSL, VDSL, auto
PTM mode for ADSL2+ and VDSL2
ATM mode for ADSL2+ and VDSL
Auto, ATM, PTM modes configurable
Vectoring for VDSL2
Bonded vectoring support for VDSL2 for module ONX-BDCM-DSL-BONDED
Vectoring, vector-friendly, vectoring off modes configurable
DSL RTX (G.INP) configurable for upstream/downstream
PhyR configurable for upstream/downstream
Seamless rate adaption (SRA) on/off
Bitswapping on/off
Configurable V.43 carrier set
24 k interleaving depth on/of
Modem Status and General Information
Modem Status and General Information Modem state â?? synchronization status
Training time
Synchronization time ADSL mode, VDSL profile
Transport ATM/PTM/auto
Single-pair or bonding status
Vectoring status information
Estimated loop length
Download rate
Modem Summary Results
Modem Summary Results Actual rate per pair
Maximum attainable bit rate per pair
Group actual rate for DSL bonding for module ONX-BDCM-DSL-BONDED
Group maximum attainable bit rate for DSL bonding for module ONX-BDCM-DSL-BONDED
Line capacity per pair
SNR margin
CRC errors and FEC errors
RTX-UC
LATN (line attenuation)
SATN (signal attenuation)
Graphical Results
Graphical Results Signal-to-noise ratio per tone (SNR)
Bits per tone (BPT)
Quiet-line noise per tone (QLN)
Hlog
Two traces comparable
DSL Errors
DSL Errors Forward error correction (FEC)
Forward error correction errors per minute (FEC/min)
Cyclic redundancy check errors per minute (CRC)
Cyclic redundancy check (CRC/min)
Errored seconds (ES)
Severely errored seconds (SES)
Unavailable seconds (UAS)
Loss-of-frame alarm seconds (LOF)
Loss-of-signal alarm seconds (LOS)
Loss-of-margin alarm seconds (LOM)
DSL RTX (G.INP)
DSL RTX (G.INP) Retransmitted DTUs (RTX-TX)
Corrected DTUs (RTX-C)
Uncorrected DTUs (RTX-UC)
DSL Signal
DSL Signal Sync count
Time in synchronization state (uptime)
1 MHz ATN
Vectoring status
Interleaving status (path)
Interleave delay
Actual INP
Signal attenuation (SATN)
Line attenuation (LATN)
TX power
Per Band VDSL2 Statistics
Per Band VDSL2 Statistics Loop attenuation (LATN)
Signal attenuation (SATN)
SNR margin
Tx power
DSL Identity
DSL Identity Hardware type (chipset)
Hardware revision (chipset revision)
Vendor code
Vendor revision
Vendor software revision
Vendor PHY revision
10/100/1000 Ethernet TE
Test Interface 10/100/1000 Ethernet, RJ45
2 ports
Test Results Link status, speed, duplex
Network
Test Interface ADSL2+/VDSL2 modem
Ethernet 10/100/1000 (ports 1 and 2; non-blocking switching between ports)
Network Types DSL terminate
DSL through-bridge
Ethernet terminate
Data Mode IPoE, PPPoE, multi-VLAN, data of
IP Mode IPv4, IPv6, IPv4/IPv6 dual stack
MAC Setting Factory default, user-defined
PPP/IP Connectivity BRAS: PAP/CHAP, IPCP RFCs 2516, 1483, 2684
VLAN Setting
VLAN Setting Tag on/off
VLAN interface count 1 to 6
ID selection 0-4095
Priority selection 0-7
IP Setup and Status
IP Setup and Status WAN/LAN status
Gateway/DNS
Static or DHCP
DHCP user class
DHCP vendor class
IP release/renew
DNS support WAN and LAN
IPV6 mode manual, stateless, DHCPv6 stateful
DHCPv6 option IA_PD, IA_NA
IPv6 global address
Local address mode: manual, automatic
Local IPv6 address
Subnet prefix length
IPv6 gateway
DNS server
Network Results
Network Results Network status, IP address, net mask, gateway, DNS, MAC address
Packet statistics rate, bytes, frames, errors, drops, collisions
Skew and polarity per pair
IP Data
Test Interface ADSL2+/VDSL2, RJ45 and copper test leads
Ethernet 10/100/1000, RJ45
IP Ping IP ping mode: IPv4, IPv6
Echoes sent/received, ping delay (cur/average/max/min)
Lost count/percentage, packet size
Supports IP address or DNS name destination
File Transfer Throughput Test â?? Speedtest Transfer rate, bytes transferred, transfer status
Transfer protocols FTP, HTTP
Transfer direction download, upload
HTTP authentication type none, basic, digist
Concurrent download disabled, 1, 2, 3
Auto repeat disabled, enabled
Web Browser Web connectivity through browser
Wiring Tools
Test Interface RJ45 and RJ11 (Wire Mapping)
Tests Wire mapping with Wire Mapping Smart Remote
Locate cable runs with resistive IDs
Hub flash
Port discovery
Ping tool
Wire Mapping Results Pin assignment mapping
Loop length per pair
Opens
Shorts
Resistive ID Results Label ID number
Pin pairs
Resistance value
Auto-detect interface RJ11 or RJ45
Hub Flash Results Remote Ethernet port flash for 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet ports
Port Discovery Results Port capability, duplex, established link, skew and polarity per pair
Ping Tool Results Ping reply and delay to Gateway, DNS, Host/IP
WiFi
Test Interface 802.11 b/g/n (2.4 GHz)
Tests WiFi scan
WiFi access point
WiFi Scan Results SSID (secure set identification)
Channel
Security setting
Power level
MAC address
WiFi Scan Modes AP List (Access Point)
Channel graph
Time graph
WiFi Access Point Configure OneExpert DSL as WiFi access point (Ethernet to WiFi bridge)
Coaxial Cable Testing
Test Interface Coax using SmartID or SmartID Plus
Test Probes (near end) SmartID, SmartID Plus
Settings Supports any cable coax type with configurable velocity of propagation (VOP) and cable compensation
Tests Locate cable runs with active RFIDs (requires SmartID Plus)
Single-ended coax map (SECM)
Tests Using SmartIDs as Remote Probes Locate cable runs with SmartIDs
Dual-ended coax map (DECM)
VDSL home-run check tests home coax runs for VDSL service use
Whole-home check tests the entire coax network physical layer prior to HPNA test
Test Results Noise ingress and frequency sweep test summary with pass/fail results
Mapped overview of coax network
Detailed view of cable lengths, faults, splitters, filters, amplifiers
Graphically depicts frequency sweep data
Copper Test - DVOM
Test Interface Tip/A â?? ring/B â?? ground/earth
AC Volts Range: 0 â?? 300 V peak  Resolution: 1V   Accuracy: 2% ±1 V
DC Volts Range: 0 â?? 300 V   Resolution: 1V    Accuracy: 2% ±1 V
Resistance Range: 0 â?? 999 O               Resolution: 1 O             Accuracy: 2% ±2.5 O
Range: 1 â?? 9.99 kO            Resolution: 10 O           Accuracy: 2%
Range: 10 â?? 99.9 kO          Resolution: 100 O         Accuracy: 2%
Range: 100 â?? 999 kO         Resolution: 1 kO           Accuracy: 2%
Range: 1.0 â?? 9.9 MO         Resolution: 10 kO         Accuracy: 2%
Range: 10.0 â?? 100 MO      Resolution: 100 kO       Accuracy: 2%
Leakage Range: 0 â?? 49.99 O            Resolution: 1 O             Accuracy: 2% ±2.5 O
Range: 50 â?? 999 O             Resolution: 1 O             Accuracy: 2%
Range: 1.0 â?? 9.99 kO         Resolution: 10 O           Accuracy: 2%
Range: 10.0 â?? 99.9 kO       Resolution: 100 O         Accuracy: 2%
Range: 100 â?? 999 kO         Resolution: 1 kO           Accuracy: 2%
Range: 1.0 â?? 9.9 MO         Resolution: 10 kO         Accuracy: 5%
Range: 10 â?? 99.9 MO        Resolution: 100 kO       Accuracy: 10%
Range: 100 â?? 999MO        Resolution: 1 MO         Accuracy: 15%
Distance to Short
(conversion from resistance measurement depending on cable setup)
Range: 0 â?? 30 k ft (0 â?? 10 km)
Capacitance/Opens
(conversion from capacitance measurement depending on cable setup)
Range: 0 â?? 47.1 nF                                 Resolution: 1% ±15 pF
Range: 47.1 nF â?? 157 nF                        Resolution: 2% ±15 pF
Range: 157 nf â?? 1.57 uF                         Resolution: 2%
Range: 0 â?? 3 k ft (0 â?? 999 m)                 Resolution: 1 ft (1 m)
Range: 3 â?? 10 k ft (1 â?? 3.3 km)              Resolution: 10 ft (1 m)
Range: 10 â??100 k ft (1 â?? 33.3 km)         Resolution: 100 ft (10 m)
DC Current Range: 0 â?? 110 mA
Longitudinal Balance Range: 28 â?? 70 dB         Resolution: 1 dB      Accuracy: ±2 dB
Range: 70 â?? 120 dB       Resolution: 1 dB      Accuracy: Indication only
Load Coil Counter Range: up to 5 ±1
TDR
Test Interface Tip A â?? ring B
Range
Accuracy
0 to 30 k ft (0 to 10 km)
0.5% of distance
Test Modes Standard
SmartGain
TDR
In-home
Features World view
Peak hold
QuickRange
Reference trace set, show, save, load
Stress TDR
Typical Test Case 500 ft (150 m) bridged tap visible at 18 k ft (5500 m) on a 20 k ft (6000 m)
24 AWG cable/0.5 mm cable
Short Range Range: 0 to 1000 ft (0 to 305 m)
Resolution: 0.3 ft (0.1 m)
Accuracy: 1 ft (0.3 m)
TDR at VOP = 0.67 (AWG=24 or 0.5 mm)
UFED TDR helper
POTS
Test Interface RJ11, tip A â?? ring B
POTS Dialer DTMF or pulse-dial mode
Ring detect
Caller ID (Bellcore Telcordia TR-TSY-000030)
Call log (last 10 calls)
Phonebook (quick dial)
General
Power Supply Operating time > 4 hours for typical use cases
Auto power down (adjustable)
AC line operation via external adapter/car charger
Battery LiOn internal rechargeable,
7.4 V nominal voltage, 6600 mAh
Connector
DSL test module 8-pin modular (RJ45 type)
Ethernet 2 x 8-pin modular (RJ45)
T/A, R/B, T1/A1, R1/B1 and ground/Earth 2 mm recessed banana
POTS 8-pin modular (RJ45) and tip A â?? ring B
USB 2 x USB 2.0 client ports
Connectivity USB flash drive
Remote operation
Mobile device application
Bluetooth
Standard Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR, Bluetooth 4.0 ready
WiFi
Standard 802.11 b/g/n (2.4 GHz)
Audio Support Speaker/microphone
Bluetooth headset
USB headset
Permissible Ambient Temperature
Nominal range of use 0 to 50°C (32 to 122°F)
Storage and transport â??10 to 60°C (14 to 140°F)
Humidity
Operating humidity 10 to 90%
Display 127 mm (5 in) diagonal color WVGA (800 x 480 pixels) backlit LCD with projected capacitive multitouch screen
Physical
Size (L x W x H) 250 x 119 x 82.4 mm (9.8 x 4.68 x 3.2 in)
Weight including batteries 1.9 kg (4.05 lb)
Compliance CE marked




For full JDSU ONX-580 ONX-BDCM-DSL-BONDED product specifications, please click here: JDSU ONX-580 ONX-BDCM-DSL-BONDED
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