It’s no secret that the leading cause of optical network failures is contamination of connector ends. It is also something installers can easily prevent by properly cleaning all fiber end faces before mating to networks. Proper cleaning minimizes damage to connectors and equipment, helps provide accurate loss measurements and ensures the network will operate properly. In this article, AFL explores proper fiber optic end face cleaning options.
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Posted on June 6, 2018 Written by Leave a Comment