Ferrule Cleaners Polish Up Cable Assemblies

Ferrule Cleaners Polish Up Cable Assemblies
Fiber Optic Center Inc.

Fiber Optic Center, Inc., (FOC) announces the addition of the US Conec IBC™ Brand Ferrule Cleaner MTP-16 and IBC Brand Ferrule Cleaner PRIZM MT / MXC to their e cable assembly lines options. The International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) created Standard 61300-3-35, which provides guidelines about the size and amount of dirt and contamination for single and multi-fiber end-faces and also specifies both the pass/fail requirements for endface quality and a process to verify the connector meets these requirements.

When it comes to fiber installations, cleanliness is the key to success. There are solutions to ensure that clean fibers will provide clean connections. Prevention is that simple. Cleaning saves time and money.

IBC™ Brand Ferrule Cleaner MTP-16™
IBC™ Brand Cleaner MTP-16™ is a multifiber cleaner which cleans MTP-16™, TIA-604-5 compliant MPO connectors only. This cleaner can be used to clean both flat and angled MTP-16™ ferrules.
Part #: 17669

IBC™ Brand Ferrule Cleaner PRIZM® MT / MXC
The PRIZM® MT cleaning tool is designed specifically for use with US Conec’s PRIZM® MT lensed ferrule technology. The simple push style cleans bulkhead-mounted MXC® receptacles and has a guide cap to clean the cabled MXC plugs.
Part #: 15990

For more information:

The FOC website offers, on each product page, the resource US ConecTechnical Note on Two-Row Singlemode Ferrule Y-offset and 20N Spring Force. Quick Link: http://bit.ly/2f7Tdjr

Additional resources from the FOC team include:
• FOC technical solution content: http://bit.ly/29WTvgn
• Glossary, Acronyms, Military Specifications for Connectors: http://bit.ly/2a2EFn8
• Q&A Resource: email technical questions to [email protected]

Fiber Optic Center Inc.
New Bedford, MA
[email protected]

Contact Info

Company: Fiber Optic Center Inc.
Country: United States (USA)
Phone number: 800-473-4237

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