This Sticklers™ CleanStixx™ is a unique tool for cleaning hermaphroditic fiber optic connectors
- Cleans fiber connectors with pin termini
- Use on hermaphroditic fiber optic connectors
- Ideal for connectors with exposed male termini or alignment pins
- Typical connectors include MIL T 29504/4, MIL DTL 38999, MIL T 29504/14 for MIL PRF 28876, MIL DTL 83526 pin termini, ARINC 801 pin termini, ODC-style pin termini, SMPTE 304M socket termini, OptiTap-style drops, and other hardened connector systems with pin termini of end face
- Removes liquids like finger print oil or water, plus particulate which can be tightly bonded to fiber optic end-faces with static electricity
- 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
- Unique recessed nib makes cleaning hermaphroditic connectors easy and fast
- Perfectly cleans the entire end-face, not just the central core
- For best results, wet/dry clean with 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)
- Military approved
- NSN #6070-01-553-2258
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|P25 CCTP-25-0900MZ ATC-PP-01 ATC-PP-01 MCC-P25||50 / Pack|
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|Technical Data Sheet|
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