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Fiber Optic Tool

Fiber Optic Tool

Hardened middle-carbon steel body with black oxide finish.
Has laser markings on the blade indicating cable position.

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The Fiber Stripping Tool is capable of stripping the fiber jacket (furcation tubing), fiber buffer, and fiber coating. The first hole, indicated by the 1 in the photo to the right, strips the Ø1.6 mm - Ø3 mm fiber jacket down to the Ø600 µm - Ø900 µm buffer coating. 

The second hole strips the Ø600 µm - Ø900 µm buffer down to the Ø250 µm coating. The third hole is used to strip the Ø250 µm cable down to the glass fiber without nicks or scratches.

The handle is made of thermoplastic rubber and the tool is 6" (15 cm) long from the tip of the blade to the end of the handle. This fiber stripper is preset at the factory and cannot be adjusted or calibrated. The stripping tool should be periodically checked for proper operation and can be cleaned with dry compressed air

 to remove debris from the openings.

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Three stripping guides for 2.0-3.0mm outer jacket,900µm buffer insulation and 250µm acrylate coating.

  • Hardened middle-carbon steel body with black oxide finish.
  • Has laser markings on the blade indicating cable position.
HT-S144H 60 9 10.3 1.2

Note: Unit packaging is based on a blister pack with a sliding card. Packing details are for reference only; they could be subject to internal amendment without further changed notice.

(N.W. & G.W. in kg, Meas. in Cuft)

Fiber Optic Tool

Fiber Optic Termination Tools · Fiber Buffer Stripping Tools · Three-Hole Fiber Stripping Tool · Adjustable Fiber Buffer and Jacket Stripping Tool.

Fiber optic tools are specialized equipment and devices used in the installation, maintenance, and troubleshooting of fiber optic networks. These tools are designed to handle the delicate and precise nature of fiber optic cables and components. Here are some commonly used fiber optic tools:

Fiber Optic Cable Strippers: These tools are used to remove the protective outer layer (jacket) of fiber optic cables without damaging the delicate fibers inside. Cable strippers have adjustable blades to accommodate different cable diameters.

Fiber Optic Cleaver: A cleaver is used to make a clean and precise cut on the fiber optic cable. It ensures that the fiber ends are flat and perpendicular, which is essential for proper splicing or termination.

Fiber Optic Power Meter: Also known as an optical power meter, it measures the amount of optical power in a fiber optic link. Power meters are used during installation and maintenance to verify signal levels, check for losses, and troubleshoot network issues.

Fiber Optic Light Source: A light source generates a stable and controlled light signal that is launched into the fiber optic link. It is used in conjunction with a power meter to measure losses and test the integrity of the fiber optic network.

Fiber Optic Visual Fault Locator (VFL): This tool emits a visible red laser light into the fiber optic cable, allowing technicians to visually identify breaks, bends, or other faults in the cable. VFLs are handy for quick fault detection and localization.

Fiber Optic Connector Cleaner: Cleaning connectors is crucial for maintaining optimal signal transmission. Connector cleaners use lint-free swabs and specialized cleaning fluids to remove dust, dirt, and contaminants from fiber optic connectors.

Fiber Optic Inspection Scope: An inspection scope, or fiberscope, is used to visually inspect the end faces of fiber optic connectors for dirt, scratches, or other imperfections. It helps ensure the cleanliness and quality of the connector before mating.

Fiber Optic Splicing Tools: Splicing tools are used for joining two fiber optic cables together. They include fusion splicers that melt and fuse the fibers, and mechanical splicers that align and hold the fibers mechanically.

Fiber Optic OTDR (Optical Time Domain Reflectometer): OTDRs are advanced testing devices used to analyze and troubleshoot fiber optic networks. They send short pulses of light into the fiber and measure the reflections to identify fiber breaks, bends, and losses.

These are just a few examples of fiber optic tools commonly used in the industry. Different types of tools may be required depending on the specific task, such as installation, maintenance, testing, or repair of fiber optic networks.

Hti provides you the best Fiber Optic Tool, fiber optic tool kit, Fiber Optic Termination Tools.

Making sure you have the proper compression or crimping tool is imperative to ensure a proper connection. If the plug or connector that you have on your cable is not properly crimped or compressed, the purity of your connection will be compromised. So whether you are an average DIYer or a full-time pro on the job, it is important you have the best, most reliable tool to complete the task and ensure a simple, yet unified wire connection. 

HTI Tools is proud to offer a wide variety of different compression  and crimper tools, accessories, kits and replacement blades from the very best brands and suppliers.  Browse our products and we are sure you will find that no matter your specific compression or crimping requirements, we have options to fit your needs. 

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