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∙ Optical Time Domain Reflectometers (OTDRs)
∙ Fiber Optic Tool Kits
∙ Fusion Splicers/Splice-On Connectors
∙ Interconnect Enclosures Wall/Rack Mounts

∙ Fiber Optic Launch Boxes
∙ Power Meters and Light Sources
∙ Ruggedized MPO/MTP 12 Fiber Test Set
∙ and much more...

FIS Patch Cord

Fiber Optic Assemblies

Fiber optic patch cords are also known as jumpers. They are generally just a few feet long and are capped at either end with a connector. This connector allows the patch cord to be easily connected to a piece of telecommunication equipment.

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FIS Thunder Bolt OTDR

Fiber Optic Test Equipment

Fiber Optic Test Equipment is used to certify and troubleshoot fiber optic networks. From OTDR’s to Visual Fault Locators, these essential testing tools help you to be the expert in charge of your fiber optic network. Power Meters and Light Sources test for optical power. Optical Fiber Identifiers help you to know if the fiber you are handling has active traffic before you take it down for maintenance. Inspection Probes now come with software available that will tell you if a connector endface passes published industry standards, taking out the guess work for the technician.

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Fiber Optic Cable

Fiber Optic Cable

Fiber Optic Cable is available in many different constructions to satisfy the needs of a wide range of types of applications. A fiber optic cable is composed of at least one fiber and can be up to 6,912 strands of optical fiber. Each of the optical fibers is smaller in diameter than a human hair. For high density applications, Micro Distribution Cable is ideal because it can provide a high fiber count in a small footprint. Simplex and Duplex cables are perfect for fiber optic patch cables. Loose tube optical cable is the way to go for outdoor installations especially in direct burial applications. No matter what type of bulk fiber optic cable your installation needs, we can help.

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SC Fiber Optic Adapters

Fiber Optic Connectivity

The items in this category vary greatly in form and function but they all are used to connect your network equipment to your fiber backbone. Connectors are used to terminate the ends of the fiber optic cable so that it can be connected to your network equipment. They are available as traditional epoxy style connectors or quick termination mechanical type connectors. Fiber optic adapters are used to mate two connectors together in a patch panel or for testing purposes. Terminator or Black Hole Connectors are used to decrease back reflections from unused ports in your patch panel. Attenuators are also available to decrease signal strength when the transmitting laser is too hot. Termination tools, connector boots and dust caps are also available.

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Fiber Optic Cleaning Station

Fiber Optic Consumables

Almost nothing is worse for your network than a dirty connector. Proper cleaning practices help to prevent downtime and reduce back reflections in your network. There are many cleaning methods and even more cleaning options available today for technicians to keep the connections in your network pristine. Dry cleaning, wet cleaning or wet to dry cleaning, you will find the solvents, solutions, wipes and swabs, as well as cleaning tools you need to keep your network running at its best.

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Tool Kit

Fiber Optic Tool Kits

Having the right tools for the job is very important. The right tool can make the difference between the job getting done in 5 minutes, or for the job to take 5 hours. Fiber optic stripping tools, buffer tube removal tools, armor splitting tools, mid span access tools, and drop cable slitting tools are just some of the things you will find here to help you get the job done and done well. Tool kits are a convenient way to keep all your tools in one place. Tool kits can be customized to your specific needs or choose one of the many specialized tool kits available, such as the Fusion Splicing Tool Kit or the Data Center Cleaning Station Kit.

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FIS Wall Mount

Fiber Optic Enclosures

Fiber Optic Enclosures provide a secure location to install fiber optic equipment, cabling and related hardware. Enclosures are available in a wide variety of designs to connect and organize telecommunication equipment. Fiber Instrument Sales maintains a huge inventory and competitive pricing on many of these enclosures and their related components; including telecom relay racks, patch panels, rack and wall mounted interconnect enclosures, fiber optic pigtails, adapter plates and cable management hardware.

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Outside Plant (OSP)

Outside Plant Closures are designed to protect optical fibers from debris, dirt, dust, moisture and water. All of these are detrimental to the performance of your network. Debris, dirt and dust can cause scratching of the connector ends or if they are large enough they may cause the light to be totally blocked so that it cannot continue to travel to the receiving equipment. It is also important to protect fibers from moisture and water. If the fiber is continuously exposed to moisture, over time, this exposure will cause small imperfections to grow which will cause the fibers to not perform as well and to possibly fail. It is also important to protect from water because when the water freezes it can cause attenuation or even break the fiber.

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