Achieve Simple Connection With Toolless Keystone Jack

Ethernet cables like Cat5e, Cat6 and Cat 6a are widely used to connect devices on local area networks such as computers, routers and switches. In most successful connections with Ethernet cables, keystone jacks that connect a device to a network port play an important role….

Two Methods to Terminate Fiber Optic Cable

Fiber optic termination is an important procedure to enable fiber cross connection and light wave signal distribution. Proper fiber optic termination will protect the fibers from dirt or damage while in use and prevent excessive loss of light, thus, making a network run more smoothly…

Do You Know How to Save Fibers in Your Networks?

As we all know, in order to meet the increasing demand for higher bandwidth and faster transmission speed, more and more fiber optic cables have been put into use. However, as fiber infrastructures are getting more complicated, only adding numerous cables is no longer a…

Be Careful When Working With Fiber Optic Cable

It’s known that safety issues or hazards are commonplace in both copper and fiber cabling installation, faced by installers. And when it comes to this topic, many people think that copper cabling installation need more attention and caution, since they carry electricity. In comparison, optical…

Considerations About Fiber Optic Cable Installation

It’s true that fiber optic cable, based on optical technology to carry information between two points, have become increasingly important in fiber optic systems. This cable is often attached with the same or different connectors on the ends to connect devices, for example, LC LC…

Fiber Optic Termination Overview

It’s known that fiber optic termination methods vary based on the types of fiber optic cable being terminated, the style of connectors or splices used and the termination process appropriate for that connector. Generally speaking, fiber optic cable can be terminated in two ways—connectors that…