FlexScan® OTDR with SmartAuto™ and LinkMap®
AFL SpiderWeb Ribbon Cable
SWR is a bonded fiber ribbon design allowing for either a highly efficient ribbon splicing or an individual fiber breakout splicing process. This flexibility allows for a single cable design to cover a diverse set of applications from access networks to high-fiber count mass fusion splicing. With the ability to roll and conform, the SWR provides for ultra-high density packaging in the WTC.
Fujikura 70S+ Fusion Splicer
An innovative transit case doubles as a built-in or mobile workstation and makes splicing easier than ever before. In an industry first, the 70S+ is also equipped with Bluetooth® technology. This allows the splicer to actively communicate with Bluetooth enabled fiber preparation accessories making maintenance of fiber preparation tools easier than ever! The 70S+ will also be available without Bluetooth functionality.
Jonard Tools MS-326 Mid Span Slit & Ring Tool
The MS-326 consists of 5 precision slitting grooves and 5 ring grooves ranging in size from 5mm to 10mm. This tool was designed for Corning "MiniXtend Fast Access Binderless" and "HD MiniXtend" cables as well as other similar styles.
TS®54 TDR Telephone Test Set and Toner
The innovative TS®54 TDR (Time Domain Reflectometer) is perfect for voice, data and video technicians and communication service provider technicians who need a best-in-class test set. There’s nothing else like the TS54 TDR on the market today. No longer will you need to carry a separate TDR, toner, pair identifier—everything you need is in one newly redesigned and compact test set—that’s a 62% weight reduction and a 20% cost reduction over existing products.
The TS54 delivers 20% more extreme weather protection with the latest advancements to our patented RainSafe™, DropSafe™ and DataSafe™ technology. This means the TS54 is weatherproof and rugged and able to butt in on live DSL lines to test POTS quality without crashing data service.
CableIQ Copper Qualification Tester
Reduce escalated problems by as much as 30%CableIQ qualification tester's powerful network troubleshooting capability and intuitive interface enable your frontline technicians to identify and troubleshoot a wider range of problems within your network infrastructure. Is the port active? Are the duplex settings matched? Is it a network problem or a Ethernet cable problem? Can the Ethernet cable support the required network bandwidth? CableIQ network analyzer is the only Ethernet cable tester that can answer all these questions before trouble tickets are escalated to the next level reducing problem escalation by up to 30%.
Rhino TriView Markers
VisibleThe TriView’s patented triangular shape allows for 36o° visibility, as well as 50% more warning messages than a flat post. Click here to see how the TriView® is made.
FlexiblePatented design and RhinoPoly® construction allow it to bend and rebound when struck from any direction at speeds up to 55 mph. Click here to watch our impact video.
VersatileWith its all-terrain performance and multiple installation options, the TriView can be used in multiple soil conditions, from hardpan and rocky soil to sand or clay.
DurablePerforms in temperatures ranging from -40 to +150℉, as well as UV stabilization that designed for 10+ years of outdoor use with our 10-year warranty.
UniformUsing the TriView as a test station, VentGuard, and for tracer wire allows a consistent look and safety message for your buried utility.
Snoopy Cable Fault Locator
The ST-101 offers an “Auto-Set” feature taking the guess work out of setting proper frequency and output levels. Connect the cable to the faulted pair, press “Auto-Set” and let the Snoopy Transmitter scan for optimum settings. Upon completion it prompts the user with setting information for the SR-101.
The Snoopy Receiver SR-101 works in conjunction with the ST-101 Transmitter. This highly sensitive receiver can sniff out very small signals common with high fault resistances, and provides a graphical presentation of signal levels along the cable path.The SR-101 frequency list includes those used by various fault location transmitters such as the Tone Ranger®, and is directly compatible with a variety of aerial layup sticks presently deployed for fault location.