The keyless CleanClicker 600 MPO connector cleaner allows up or down cleaning
- Ideal for high-density network applications such as in data centers, telco central offices and cable TV head ends
- Cleans all compliant IEC 61754-7 and TIA604-5 FOCIS 5 MT-based connector systems
- Works on most brands of multi-fiber connectors
- Use on flat polished multimode connectors and angled single-mode connectors
- Cleans adapters and truck assemblies
- 'Keyless' cleaning tip allows up or down insertion
- Remove the tip insertion orientation key and the tool cleans inverted - makes cleaning in tight spaces or near floors or ceilings much easier
- 600+ cleanings in each tool
- Cleans both male (with guide pins) and female (without guide pins) MPO connectors
- Enables wet-dry cleaning on heavily soiled end faces, use with the Sticklers Fiber Optic Splice & Connector Cleaner Cleaning Fluid
- Translucent plastic housing shows the tech how much cleaning ribbon remains - avoids surprises out in the field
The MPO connector cleaner adapter set allows the Connector Cleaner to work on hardened connectors. These include the Commscope HMFOC, and the Corning Optitip. Each adapter is keyed for one way insertion and perfect alignment.
Click here for instructions on how to use the adapter set.
|Part Number||Package||Weight||Size||Technical Data Sheet||Safety Data Sheet|
|CCMPO 8500-05-0030MZ 8500-15-0909MZ CCT-MPO FCC-120 ATC-NE-M1 SFM2.0-MPO SCK-SS-MPO MCC-CCMPO||Clicker|
|CCMPO-A MCC-CCMPO-A||Clicker Adapter|
|Technical Data Sheet|
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