SENKO offers fiber optic cleaners

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Fiber Optic Cleaner
Fiber optic component manufacturer SENKO Advanced Components, Inc. releases SENKO Fiber Optic Cleaners:  dry cloth cleaners designed to clean single fiber connectors residing in an adapter, faceplate, or bulkhead. SENKO Fiber Optic cleaners work as a cloth sweeps 180˚ over the face of the ferrule removing dust, dirt, oil, and other contaminants with as little as a gentle push. An audible click is heard when the process is complete. The dust cap of the cleaner also works as an adapter for cleaning unmated connectors.

 

Made out of an anti-static material with an extendable tip, SENKO Fiber Optic Cleaners make it easy to reach recessed connectors and are ideal for working in sensitive environments.

Each Fiber Optic Cleaner lasts for up to 525+ uses and can be disposed of afterwards.

SENKO Fiber Optic Cleaner SC, FC, and ST connector versions were tested against Arizona road dust and vegetable oil contaminants as well as for durability for the E-2000 flat and angled connectors.

 

All the cleaners tested proved to be effective cleaning devices with the necessary durability to withstand the simulated field conditions.

Additional attachments and or tips do not need to be purchased to clean the connector end-faces of the E-2000 flat and angled connectors.
SENKO's Fiber Optic Cleaners can be purchased through a sales representative or on the Senko website. www.senkostore.com
 
 
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Written by: Senko Public Relations Saturday, 14 February 2009 10:36
 
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