Fiber Optic Cleaning Products
Connector Cleaning Sticks (MCC25)
TravelSAFE* Fiber Connector Cleaning Fluid (FCS3)
For tips on using the FCS3, please see the Cleaning with FCS3 tab above.
For examples of cleaning fiber connector and panel-mounted bulkheads with the FBC1, please see the Cleaning with FBC1 tab above. The extended length is ideal for tight spaces, such as panels with several closely-spaced fiber bulkheads.
Lint-Free Wipes (LFW90)
Universal Fiber Connector Cleaner (FCC-7020) and Refill (FCC-7021)
Solvent Dispenser Bottles (BD8)
Lens Tissues (MC-5)
Bulk Lens Tissues (MC-50E)
Lens tissues are 4.9" x 2.9" (124 x 73 mm) organic fiber sheets free from contaminants and adhesives, which makes them ideal for cleaning high-grade optics with or without the use of optic-cleaning solvents. Lens tissue will not leave lint or fibers on the optic and can be used to wrap an optic before placing it in a storage container.
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View of a Ø105 µm Core Multimode Fiber with the FS200 Inspection Scope
The FS200 Fiber Inspection Scope produces a high-quality, low-distortion image of both the fiber end and surrounding ferrule. With a high-intensity illumination system and 200X magnification, this microscope is powerful enough to offer a clear image of the fiber core as well as the surrounding cladding. The FS200 offers both coaxial and oblique illumination settings. The oblique setting provides light at an off-center angle to the fiber end face for higher contrast. For critical examination of polish quality, we strongly recommend this fiber inspection scope.
The FS200 includes adapters for FC-/ST-/SC-/APC- (Ø2.5 mm Ferrules) and SMA-terminated (Ø3 mm ferrules) fibers. An LC adapter for Ø1.25 mm ferrules is also available below.
In order to see the entire field of view, the rubber eyepiece should be as close as possible to the operator's eye. Operators who normally wear eyeglasses should remove them to fully inspect the fiber. Please note that under normal operation, the focus adjustment knob should not be rotated to its limits. If used improperly, the unit can fail over time.