Fluke TL71 Test Lead Set
Test leads are an integral part of the complete measurement system and extend the capabilities of your digital multimeter. The Fluke TL71 Premium Test Lead Set has one pair of red and black comfort grip probes with flexible silicone-insulated, right-an gle test leads. With distinctive comfort grip probes, they are heat and cold resistant with safety ratings up to CAT III 1000 V.
Fluke Solvent Pen
Contaminated end-faces are the #1 cause of fiber link failure. Dirt and contaminants cause insertion loss and back-reflection that inhibit the light transmission and causes havoc with transceivers. Since dirt can migrate from one end-face to another up on mating, both sides of any connection must be inspected. Mating contaminated connectors can cause permanent damage as microscopic debris can be crushed between end-faces during physical contact. For years, isopropyl alcohol (IPA) was used to clean fi ber end-faces but now there are customized solvents that are far superior, such as Fluke Networks Fiber Optic Solvent Pen. Most importantly, this specialized solvent is more effective than IPA at dissolving all contaminants, especially non-ionic compou nds such as buffer gel and pulling lube. You will get a better clean every time and remove more contamination. The Fluke Networks Solvent Pen has a lower surface tension that allows it to envelop particles and debris, thus effectively lifting them from the surface of the end-face as they are carried away by a wipe or swab. Many smaller particles carry a charge that bonds them to the ferrule or end-face. The solvent is oxygenated to neutralize this charge so the charged particle can be wiped away and additional particles are not attracted onto the end-face. When cleaning end-faces inside ports or equipment, the evaporation rate of solvents become significant as it is harder to guarantee removal of all solvent. Fluke Networks customized solvent has an evaporation rate tailored to stay long enough to work yet still disappear before mating. It evaporates much faster than IPA. Last, IPA is highly hygroscopic and therefore draws water vapor that can then dry on the end-face and leave a residue, whic h can appear as a "halo."
Fluke 10230100 8-wire in-line modular adapter
Fluke Networks in-line banjo modular adapters allow you to easily complete testing and obtain circuit access on working lines without disrupting service. Each adapter has a number of advantages including angled copper contacts that prevent alligator cl ips from coming off during testing, small holes in each contact for easy probe insertion, and clear circuit markings on the sides and bottom of the unit. Our standard Modular Adapter has four clearly marked contacts for proper termination, and provides field technicians with a quick connection to modular telephone jacks using any standard butt-set equipped with spring clips.