Fiber Optic Terminator Kits

Machinery & Machining Tools, Optics & Photonics

Optical Fiber Glass Processors include onboard cleaver.

August 10, 2015

Equipped with advanced fiber measurement software and high-resolution camera for real-time process viewing, Models GPX-3800 and GPX-3850 use proprietary filament fusion technology to create splices and fiber-based fused components such as combiners, tapers, mode converters, couplers, and end caps. GPX-3800 processes fibers with diameters as large as 1.25 mm, while GPX-3850 processes fibers up to 2 mm. In-situ cleaving on both models handles fiber diameters up to 400 microns. Read More

Portable Tools, Electrical Equipment & Systems, Optics & Photonics

Field Termination Kit targets security market.

April 3, 2014

Designed to meet 10 Gig standards for streaming high bandwidth across Cat6E, Cat6A, and Cat7 cable, P/N 90170 Termination Kit includes 10 Gig Cat6A shielded connectors, Tele-Titan™ Xg Cat6A crimp tool, Cyclops 2 cable stripper, and CT-360 external crimper. Connectors accommodate max cable OD of 0.335 in. and max conductor OD of 0.053 in. Capable of self-adjusting automatically, stripper removes jackets from twisted pair,┬ámulticore, and fiber optic cables. Read More

Machinery & Machining Tools, Optics & Photonics

Splicing Workstation features portable, configurable design.

June 16, 2009

Using Graphite Filament Fusion technology, Model PSX-3000 produces clean, low-loss splices in standard and large mode area double-clad fibers. True Core Imaging(TM) and Active Alignment technology provide precise core alignment and splice loss determination, while Windows-based laptop PC interface offers configuration and control, and database records all splicing data. Model PSX-3000 can be set up as simple splicer or as integrated system with cleave, clean, splice, and recoat capabilities. Read More

Optics & Photonics

Fiber Dome Stubbed Terminal suits aerial/buried applications.

January 6, 2009

Suited for service providers deploying fiber-to-the-premise (FTTP) networks, compact 3M Fiber Dome Stubbed Terminal FDST 08 is hermetically sealed and can be deployed in aerial, buried above-grade, and buried below-grade applications. It offers secure protection connections in outside plant FTTP networks and is re-enterable. Various drop termination methods are accommodated, including 4, 6, or 8, 3M External Cable Assembly Module FD Factory Terminated SC/APC or SC/UPC Fiber Drops. Read More

Optics & Photonics

Polishing Fixture/Film suits fiber optic installers.

December 19, 2002

With grooved face, plastic polishing fixture Model 45-342 is suited for use with ST, SC, and FC connectors with 2.5 mm ferrules. Precision manufactured center hole diameter assures that ferrule is kept perpendicular to polishing surface. Aluminum oxide polishing film provides consistency resulting in repeatable connector finishes on ceramic, stainless steel, plastic, and composite ferrules. Single sheet yields range of 10-20 connectors when used in 3-step process. Read More

Optics & Photonics

Splice Tray System provides place for safe splicing.

May 14, 2002

Optical Fiber Splice Tray System (OFST/OFSTH) provides protective environment where excess fiber can be stored and splices may occur without damage to fiber. Splice tray is offered in 2 styles: OFST-1-P for plain tray, and OFST-1-M for managed tray with specific dark fiber storage area. Connected together, trays can be stacked to any height. Trays offer 1 slot on their long side for fiber routing from tray to tray and can be opened from either side. Read More

Optics & Photonics

Fiber Cabinet holds up to 216 fibers.

April 24, 2002

Rack-mounted HRC suite, for high density applications such as Fiber-in-the-Metro (FITM) and Fiber-to-the-Business (FTTB), has bend radius controls at all exit ports, strain relief protection, and space for easy access to individual adapters and assemblies. Cabinet can be configured for variety of installation approaches, from pre-terminated to splicing on frame, while retaining maximum rack density. Splicing can be done at factory. Read More

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