We offer a complete range of fibre optic connectors, adapters and couplers to suit all fibre network installations.
Loaded patch panels are supplied with pre-configured adaptors for fast, easy installation. All panels are supplied with a cable management kit and cage nuts. We also offer a range of Break out Boxes which designed to provide a very cost effective method of patching or splicing where racks/cabinets are not available
AFM735, IEEE 802.3-2002, SFP, 62.5/125μm
- Adds Fast Ethernet fiber connectivity to fully Managed Switches- Fits into standard SFP slots- Drives Fast Ethernet up to 2 km distances with multimode fiber- Fast Ethernet multimode fiber connectivity (IEEE 802.3-2002)- LC duplex connector- Fits into standard SFP interfaces of fully Managed Switches- FSM726, GSM72xx, GSM72xxPS, GSM73xxS, GSM7328FS- Drives Fast Ethernet up to 2 km distances with legacy 62.5/125μm OM1 multimode fiber cables- Drives Fast Ethernet up to 2 km distances with 50/125μm laser-optimized OM3 multimode fiber cables More Info
Multi-core Fibre Cable, Available in all Fibre Sizes, from 4 Core to 24 Core
The Starlight™ Multi-purpose Uni-loose Tube Distribution Fibre Cable provides a cost effective solution to all internal or external fibre cabling requirements, particularly where on-site fusion splicing of pigtails is the preferred termination technique. The cable consists of a single central uni-tube containing individually colour coded 250μm buffered fibres. This tube is embedded in an E-glass roving, and oversheathed with a single Low Smoke Zero Halogen (LSZH) outer jacket. The jacket is flame retardant, UV stabilised and extremely... More Info
MTP Trunk Cables fitted with MTP connectors at each end, made to your specification- -
The CCS Starlight® Pre-terminated Plug and Go Fibre System provides the Rapid Fibre Deployment market with an extremely cost effective, expandable and high speed system. Starlight® utilises MTP® brand pre-terminated assemblies to ensure optimum performance is achieved when interconnecting pre-terminated Starlight® cassettes and panels. Assemblies are available in 12 & 24 fibres, and micro and ruggedised cable in multimode OM2 50/125, OM3 50/125, OM4 50/125 and singlemode OS1 9/125 options. The Starlight® System is manufactured in our own... More Info
Gives delegates Confidence to install and test Fibre optic cable and connectors...
Fibre optic links are becoming an increasingly common part of cabling infrastructures. Installers have to be competent when specifying, terminating, testing and installing fibre optics. The Connectix Fibre Optic Termination Course provides delegates with the hands-on practical experience and theoretical knowledge needed to successfully terminate fibres on site. Coverage of typical LAN applications and their specific fibre requirements will provide delegates with the confidence to specify the correct type of fibre for intended application... More Info
Fibre Patch lead terminated with ST connectors at both ends available up to 10m
Starlight™ singlemode fibre patch leads are manufactured in-house, are 100% tested and certified and surpass the high standards required for datacomms and CATV applications. The leads are manufactured in our advanced fibre termination facility under stringently controlled quality conditions. Our termination facility is one of the largest in the UK providing a high volume and fast turnaround service for all types of multimode and singlemode terminations. ST Connector Details// Features:100% tested and certified Singlemode OS1... More Info
Basic termination tool kit provides the user with a whole range of basic tools that are...
Our Basic termination tool kit provides the user with a whole range of basic tools that are essential for fibre optic termination, splicing & testing. This tool kit is not a termination kit, it is a tookit that includes all the most commonly used tools and consumables. The Kit comprises of the following: 2oz Cleaning solvent. 4 bit screwdriver Fibre stripper Safety Glasses PVC electrical tape Black marke Connector cleaner Degreaser wipes (5) Kevlar Scissors Fusion splice sleeves 60mm (5) Ruler Jacket Stripper Black work mat Buffer tube... More Info
Images are captured digitally and streamed on the monitor of any compatible device
The FTTA Smart Probe allows technicians to inspect the fiber endfaces. Images are captured digitally and streamed on the monitor of any Android Tablet or Smartphone. The FTTX Smart Probe is an ergonomically designed, compact, Wi-Fi probe for smart phones and tablets. Featuring integrated Wi-Fi module and left/right handed thumb or finger operation for greater ease of use and convenience. Incorporating high resolution sensor outputting 960 x 544 pixel resolution images at 16:9 aspect ratio, the Smart Probe can easily view two MT/MPO fibers... More Info
Mini 4S 4 Motor active alignment splicer
The Mini 4S is conveniently designed for FTTx, it’s excellent portability and reliability give customers excellent convenience in any place. It’s faster splicing and heating time also provide improved efficiency and satisfaction to customers.1MINI 4S Splicer 2MINI 50G Cleaver 3Cleaver Softcase 4Cooling Tray 5Spare Electrode 6Connector Heater Block 7Connector Holder 8Operation Manual CD 9Car Cigar Jack 102 Battery Packs 11Shoulder Strap 12Power Cord 13AC Adapter 14USB Cable 15Hand Carrying Case More Info
FibreFox’s innovative cleaver series bring maximum portability and convenience to any customers who work under various enviromental conditions.Features & Benefits• Universal Holder 250um,900um, 2-3Φ Indoor• The most precise mini cleaver• Blade life span ≤0.5 : 50,000• Robust and shock resistant• Chip collector (50GB)SpecificationsType Single FibreApplicable Fibre 250um, 900um, Φ2mm, Φ3mm, Drop CableClad Diameter 80-125umLength 8-20mm (Single Fibre)Cleaving Angle ≤0.5Lifespan of Blade 50,000 TimesOperation Step 2 Steps/Auto Pushback... More Info
CertiFiber Pro with Quad (Multimode and Singlemode) OLTS Modules: Versiv Main &...
Installing a high performance fiber optic cabling system starts with systems design and ends with systems acceptance. Certifying cabling to industry performance standards is a core element of the process. The faster it goes, the more profitable you'll be. Unfortunately, there are a lot of things that slow the process down – setting the tester up incorrectly, testing to the wrong limits, dirty fiber endfaces causing testing failures, waiting for lead technicians to analyze or troubleshoot failures, misinterpretation of results, and test... More Info