Monthly Archives: May 2013

New – Greenlee 910FS fusion splicer |

Greenlee 910FS fusion splicer is ideal for both indoor and outdoor environments.

Troubleshoot and splice a variety of fiber optic problems with ease with the 910FS fusion splicer.

Core alignment technology minimizes splice losses and rework time.
Dual Cameras with 240x magnification.
Up to 5,000 splice records can be  stored.
Tube heating time of 30 seconds

Using Pre-terminated splice on connectors reduce prep time and yield lower connector loss.

Click here for more info on the Greenlee 910FS fusion splicer

OWL Fiber Optic Test Kits – Installer Series Multimode & Singlemode Test Kits

You can now download and Print Reports with these affordable Fiber Testers

Up to 1000 fiber runs can be stored and downloaded to a pc for printing reports using the included OWL reporter software.


Customers often require hardcopy documentation as proof of compliance to standards.  You can now guarantee that the fiber network you installed is in compliance of network cabling standards.

The fiber Owl has Universal ports allow you to connect to ST, SC and FC type connectors, also includes a 1.25mm port for connections to LC connectors

Test just multimode with the IS-KIT-M for only $740.00 or test both singlemode and multimode with the IS-KIT-Q for $1535.00.

Doesn’t it make more sense to spend less on a fiber optic test kit with superior testing specifications and certification reporting.

Built in Standards TIA568, 1GB and 10GB.

Click here for more info on Owl fiber optic testers

EZ-RJ45 Crimp Tool – the best way to optimize performance

The EZ-RJ45 crimp tool  the simplest way to terminate category 6 plugs onto category 6 cable.
The electrical performance is optimized by pulling the connector over the jacket tightly.  This reduces the distance between the conductors and the contacts.  The EZ-RJ45 Crimp tool Crimps and trims the excess in one easy step.

Simply cut the jacket back
– Arrange the wires in the wiring order needed
– Slide the wires though the plug
– Twist the conductors so when you crimp the plug the mess is easily cleaned up
– Crimp and you have a perfectly done Category 6 plug


A tip for separating the wires is to use the stripped cable jacket and slide the wires in between the pairs.  Untwist the conductors by pushing the wire in the opposite direction.  When you reach the end, pinch the wire inside and pull back towards you.  This also reduces stress on your fingers.