The Sticklers EB Cleaning Swabs ensure EB networks deliver fast, reliable and consistent data speeds
- Ideal for cleaning EB fiber connectors is harsh environments, such as in combat situations or at sea
- Remove particulate, moisture and haze
- Patented sintered polymer fibers for consistent, high-purity cleaning
- Ultra clean construction - does not contain fabric, foam or glue
- Precisely molded to clean the entire end face
- EB cleaning swabs are perfect for 1.2mm and larger connectors
- Uses a porous, thermally-sintered polymer tip mounted in a sturdy plastic handle
- The tip has a unique, patented geometry that gracefully fits over the lens of the EB connector
- For best results, use with Sticklers™ Fiber Optic Connector Cleaning Fluid that cleans effectively, dissipates static and leaves no residue
- Come in high-purity self-sealing bags
- 50 Swabs per box (10 swabs in 5 self-sealing bags)
EB (Expanded Beam) connectors do not employ the normal 'butt-contact' design. Instead they feature a non-contact technique where the fiber is sealed behind a lens. Clever design minimizes back reflection or insertion losses. Expanded beam connectors have a high tolerance for dirt and debris, but even the best EB connectors, such as the OPTOKON expanded beam system, suffers from contamination in combat conditions. Best practices dictate that cleaning is performed routinely. But, the geometry of EB lenses mean that standard fiber optic cleaning tools simply will not work.
|Part Number||Package||Weight||Size||Technical Data Sheet||Safety Data Sheet|
|EB12 MCC-EB12||50 Swabs/ Pak||.1 kg .2 lbs.||15 x 5 x3 cm 7 x 3 x2 in.|
|Package||50 Swabs/ Pak|
|Weight||.1 kg .2 lbs.|
|Size||15 x 5 x3 cm 7 x 3 x2 in.|
|Technical Data Sheet|
- Can I Use “Reagent Grade” High Purity IPA to Clean My Fiber?
- We Use IPA Alcohol to Clean End-faces. How Do I Justify the Sticklers™ Cleaning Fluid?
- Can't Use IPA — So What Else Is There? What Can I Use to Clean My Fiber Networks?
- Fiber Networks — Where Does All the Dust Come From?
- Cleaning Jumpers and Exposed End-faces — What’s the Best Way?
- Is “Axial Rotation” Helpful When Cleaning Swabs Are Used On Connector End-Faces?
- Swabs or Clickers — Which Is Better, and When?
- Are NSN Numbers Assigned to Sticklers™ Fiber Optic Cleaners?
- Are Water Based End Face Cleaners Suitable for Fiber Optics?
- Can High Power Lasers Damage Fiber Networks?
- Cleaning Both Ends of a Fiber Connection — Do I Really Have To?
- Cleaning Fiber Optic Connectors — Why Bother?
- Fiber Optic Cleaning Fluid — Does Sticklers™ Have a Larger, More Economical Package?
- How Can Better Cleaning Help My Optical Power Budget?
- How Can Fiber Connectors Accumulate Static?
- How Does Contamination Cause Signal Loss Between a Mated Connector Pair?
- How Does Dust Cause Signal Loss Between Mated Connector Pairs?
- How to Clean FTTA Networks Fiber Connectors?
- How to Use Fiber Optic Duster “Canned Air” to Clean Connectors and Ports?
- How to Use Icky Pic Cleaner as a Cable Gel Solvent on Fiber Optic Cables?
- My Fiber Cleaning Tools Have Static Charges. Should I Be Worried?
- Saving Money — Can I Re-Use My Cleaning Wipes?
- Should I Clean Patch Cables — Especially New Ones Right Out of the Bag?
- Should I Use Presaturated Alcohol Wipes to Clean Fiber End-Faces?
- Wet-Dry Cleaning — What Are the Advantages? Is It Really Better?
- What Contamination Can Be Found on Fiber?
- What Is the Shelf Life of the Sticklers™ Cleaners?
- What's the Best Way to Clean After Cleaving Fiber, Before Splicing?
- What's the Best Way to Clean Plastic Clad Silica Fiber?
- What's Wrong with IPA Alcohol for Cleaning Fiber?
- What's the Best Way to Clean Ports, Down Inside Alignment Sleeves?
- Why Are CleanStixx™ Swabs So Much Better than Other Fiber Cleaning Tools?
- Why Do I Need To Clean My Fiber Optic Connectors Before Mating?
- Why Is It Important to Clean Both Ends of the Connector Pair?
- Why Is Static a Problem on Fiber End-faces?
- Best Practice Cleaning Fiber — What's the Right Technique?