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How to fusion splice fiber optic cable

In this tutorial, we will show you how to fusion splice two fiber optic strands together in an easy 12 step process.

How to Use a Fiber Optic Termination Box

In this 60 second video, we go over why you should use a fiber optic termination box. If you're running an assembly more than 2 strands, we recommending terminating it within a box to keep your connectors free from dust and contamination, and for a neater installation. Visit these products at: http://www.lanshack.com/Termination-Boxes-C157.aspx

How to Install a Pre-terminated Fiber Optic Assembly (Easy Installation)

http://www.LANshack.com - How to Install a Pre-terminated Fiber Optic Assembly (Easy Installation). In this video we show you how you can easilly install fiber optics with no prior knowledge of fiber optic termination or installation. We ran a Pre-Terminated Fiber Optic assembly across a warehouse and made the connections in less than one hour.

How to Extend a Copper Network with a Fiber Optic Assembly

In this 60 second video, we explain why you would need to use fiber optic cabling instead of copper cabling, and how to convert the fiber optic signal back to copper on either end of the run. For more information visit: http://www.lanshack.com/PreterminatedAssemblies.aspx

How to Remove a Pulling Basket from a Fiber Optic Pre-Terminated Assembly

http://www.LANshack.com - How to Remove a Pulling Basket from a Fiber Optic Pre-Terminated Assembly. Important Note: This tutorial covers QuickTreX Brand assemblies. Other manufacturers may have different prodedures.

How to use a Flashlight to Test Multimode Fiber Optic Cable: Quick and Easy Method

http://www.LANshack.com/FlashlightPAL Did you know that it is possible to test Multimode Fiber Optic Cable with a simple flashlight? It is so easy to do and we show you how in this video. For the most useful flashlight you have ever seen go to http://www.LANshack.com/FlashlightPAL

How to Splice an Innerduct: Working with Fiber Optic Pre-Terminated Assemblies

http://www.LANshack.com In this video, Tony Casazza shows you how to splice two sections of innerduct together. Also, you may be doing an installation and realize that the pull is too difficult in which case Tony shows you how to "break-in" into the mid sections of a run, pull the cable and then splice the duct back into a single continuous piece. This is a valuable tip especially when working with Fiber Optic Pre-Terminated Assemblies (AKA: Fiber Whips(R))

How to Install RG6 Quadshield Waterproof Compression and Hex

Tony Casazza, CEO of Lanshack.com, demonstrates how to Install RG6 Quadshield Waterproof Compression and Hex Crimp Connectors using the Quick-Cat™ System

How to install a cat 6a and cat 6 shielded modular plugs with our patented loadbar

How to install a cat 6a and cat 6 shielded modular plugs with our patented loadbar Shielded Cat 6A (and Cat 6) cabling systems have been growing steadily in popularity for the past 36 months or so. Finding a system that is both easy to install and produces great repeatable results is fantastic. That is what you get with the QuickTreX System. This video contains the simple installation instructions.

How to make a Cat 6 Patch Cable: Install a Cat 6 Connector (or Cat 5E): Easy Loadbar Method

http://www.LANshack.com - How to Install a Cat 6 Connector (or Cat 5E -same procedure) How to make a Cat 6 Patch Cable, Easy Loadbar Method

Tech Tip How to: Modifying Snagless Boots on Cat 5 and Cat 6 RJ-45 Connectors

http://www.LANshack.com Tech Tip How to: Modifying Snagless Boots on Cat 5 and Cat 6 RJ-45 Connectors Don't you hate those bubble caps on booted Cat 5 and Ca6 6 RJ-45 connectors? In this video, Jennifer shows you how to easily eliminate them for good.

How to install Cat 5E and Cat 6 Plugs Using the QuickTreX System

http://www.LANshack.com In this online Tutorial, Tony Casazza (CEO of Lanshack) walks you through how to Install Cat 5E Plugs. Please note that since this video was originally filmed, the brand Quick-Cat changed to QuickTreX due to conflicts with the Caterpillar Corp. who uses the name CAT. Additionally, the design of the loadbar has been improved and now requires a straight cut instead of an angle cut as shown in the video

Informational Videos


Choosing the Best Fiber Optic Cabling Jacket Type for Your Install

In this video we break down all the different fiber jacket types and help explain the differences in each one which will help you decide with jacket type you need for your fiber optic cable installation.

LANShack Pre-Terminated Fiber Optic Assemblies

At LANshack we specialize in Pre-Terminated Fiber Optic Assemblies. In this video we we explain the different types of pre-terminated fiber optic assemblies we manufacture and go over our premium features included on all of our fiber optic assemblies.

QuickTreX Tactical & Rugged Ethernet Assemblies

Our QuickTreX Tactical & Rugged Ethernet assemblies are perfect for rapid deployment of Ethernet cabling. These assemblies come on a heavy duty Schill Reel and allow for rapid deployment and retrieval. This Ethernet cabling is also crush resistant, water-resistant, and can withstand the harshest environments. These assemblies are great for military application, outdoor events, testing, conventions, and more! We offer this assembly in Cat 5E and Cat 6A and as always all of our custom Ethernet assemblies are manufactured in the USA!

Pre-terminated Outdoor Armored Direct Burial Fiber Optic Assemblies

In this video we go over the features and benefits of choosing our pre-terminated outdoor armored direct burial fiber optic assemblies. These custom assemblies are designed to be directly buried and offer a metallic armor for rodent resistance and crush resistance. They also offer a heavy duty polyethylene jacket that can with stand the harshest of elements. We offer these assemblies in every modal type and can cut to any length and terminate with any connector type. As always our custom fiber optic assemblies are manufactures in the USA.

QuickTreX Micro Armor Pre-Terminated Fiber Optic Assembly

Our Ultra-Thin Armored Pre-Terminated Fiber Optic Assemblies utilize Micro Armor Fiber™. It's a revolutionary designed fiber optic cable that provides a perfect solution for your fiber optic installs and usage. Instead of a traditional interlocking armor it utilizes a steel spiraling technology. This allows for the cable to remain extremely flexible while also being crush and rodent resistant. Micro Armor Fiber™ features the smallest outer diameter of any armor compared to conventional fiber optic cable in size and flexibility. Its light weight and great flexibility makes pulling and installs faster and easier. These assemblies are typically up to 65 percent smaller in diameter and 75 percent lighter than the usual aluminum interlocking armor cable. These assemblies provide a perfect combination of strong armor and maximum bend radius. They are available in indoor and outdoor options. They come available in OM1, OM2, OM3, OM4 and Singlemode and we can provide any standard fiber optic connector type such as LC, ST, and SC.

Tactical & Rugged Pre-Terminated Fiber Optic Assembly

Our QuickTreX® Tactical & Rugged Pre-Terminated Fiber Optic Assemblies are a great option for deployment situations where your fiber may be stepped upon or even driven over. It comes on a heavy duty Schill deployment reel and are designed to be quickly deployed and retrieved. These Schill reels include a door which houses the connectors for safe and secure storage while not in use. When we receive your custom order, we build the assembly to your specifications using the finest materials to our exacting standards. The assembly is made in the USA by skilled technicians under controlled conditions and comes to you fully tested and ready for immediate use. The test results are placed on the inside of the door. For more info, visit: http://www.lanshack.com/Tactical-Fiber-Optic-Assemblies-C807.aspx

LANShack Pre-terminated Fiber Optic Assembly Builder

In this video we introduce our awesome new Pre-terminated Fiber Optic Assembly Builder and give you a brief demonstration on how to use it. It's the easiest and fasted way to build your customer pre-terminated fiber optic assembly. It also includes all the important information you may need to help you decide which assembly is right for you.

Choosing a Conduit Size for Fiber Optic Cabling

Choosing a Conduit Size for Fiber Optic Cabling (Pre-Terminated) http://www.LANshack.com We here at LANshack.com have been selling Pre-Terminated Fiber Optic Cable Assemblies for over 15 years. Our success rate with our customers is a virtually unheard of 99.9%. That is absolutely amazing. To attain such a high success rate, first we build in the quality into the assembly and secondly, we make sure that our customers are well educated in the techniques of installation. This video gives them a great start in obtaining some of the most important installation techniques.

Tech Tip Preparing Various Types of Cables for Pulling

Did you ever have to pull a bunch of Terminated Cat 6 cables or fiber patch cables across a ceiling? That could be quite a mess, and may even damage the cables if you don't know the proper technique. Tony will show you this simple but "tried and true" method that really works. Knowing this technique can save you loads of time, money and aggravation. http://www.LANshack.com

Understanding How Optical Fiber Type Affects Speed and Distance

In this video you are given the basics of how Optical Fiber Type affects speed and distance, starting with Multimode 62.5/125 µm (AKA: OM1) and Multimode 50/125 µm core size comes in three different classifications (OM2, OM3 and OM4). Singlemode Fiber is also discussed. These optical fiber types have great differences in their speed and distance as you will see. http://www.LANshack.com

All About Our MTP-MPO Cables and Cassettes

All About Our MTP-MPO Cables and Cassettes http://www.LANshack.com MTP / MPO fiber optic cabling systems are among the most popular in the industry. This is due mainly to their compact size and simplicity of installation and quick deployment. In this video you will learn about the 12 Fiber MTP connector and the 12 and 24 fiber MTP Cassettes that easily make the transition from MTP to ST, SC, LC, and many others. The video explains about the names MTP and MPO and that MPO is the actual industry name for this connector but a company called US Connec Trademarked their own version of this connector called the MTP and that this name became so popular that it far surpassed the true name (MPO).

Tech Tip: How to Cut a Bolt with a Plier and Screwdriver

Anyone who does Network Cabling Installation work may at times run into a situation where they have to cut a bolt down to a certain length. Few technicians carry Bolt-Cutter Tools so they need an alternate way to cut the bolt without destroying the threads. This installation technique shows you how to cut a bolt using a simple Plier and Screwdriver and saving the threads! This tip will surely come in very handy. http://www.LANshack.com

Featuring The Network Administrator Tool Kit

The "Network Administrator II" is the ultimate toolkit for anyone who is responsible for maintaining a local area network. For network port and cable tracing we have included the Psiber(TM) CABLETRACKER Network ID KIT which can identify both live or dormant cable connections. We have engineered this kit to be the best of its kind and the best value that you'll find anywhere.

All About Our Fiber Optic Pre-Terminated Cables

http://www.LANshack.com LANshack.com has been selling Custom Pre-Terminated Multi-strand Fiber optic Assemblies for 14 Years (as of November 2011) on the internet with an incredible 99.9% success rate which is much longer than any other company. Tony Casazza shows us the benefits of a quality assembly made under our "house-brand" called "QuickTreX Fiber Whips" and how you can install fiber optic cable like a pro.

LANShack ISO Video

Atcom Services Inc. D/B/A LANshack.com, an industry leader in the Datacom Inductry, is pleased to announce that we have earned ISO 9001 certification. The comprehensive system audited and covered every aspect of our operations to ensure we maintain and implemnent a robust Quality Managment System.

Demonstrational Videos


How to Pre lubricate a conduit

http//www.LANshack.com Field conditions can cause excessive pulling force which in turn can ruin the cable. Many people know the importance of lubricating the cable but very few know that they can actually pre-lubricate the conduit. Knowing this technique can save you tons of money and time on your next install Buy our Pre-Terminated Fiber Optic Assemblies at http://www.lanshack.com/Pre-Terminated-Assemblies-C15.aspx For ropes, cable lubricant, and other installation tools and hardware, go to http://www.lanshack.com/Cable-Installation-C203.aspx

Fiber Optic Tutorial Chapter 1: How to use a VFL to trace, verify, and test continuity of fiber

http://www.LANshack.com - Fiber Optic Tutorial - Chapter 1 - Using a VFL to trace, verify, and test continuity of fiber Hi this is Tony Casazza from LANshack.com and I would like to introduce you to what I consider to be a very comprehensive and useful video on installing a Pre-Terminated Fiber Optic cable in a commercial building. A while back I was asked to install a fiber optic cable in a local High School. Their goal was for me to install a cable that would allow them to broadcast a live video feed from the High School Auditorium to their Municipal TV channel. Years earlier, a fiber optic cable had been run from the TV studio in the Municipal Building to a Fiber Optic Termination box located on the West end of the High School. In order to get the live video feed to work, we needed to extend the fiber connection in the High School that originated from the TV studio to the camera location in the auditorium that was about 400 feet away. So my first task was to verify the connection from the TV studio in the Municipal Building to the Fibers terminated in the high school. Once this was done, we installed a singlemode fiber inside of an innerduct from the Fiber termination box to the camera location in the Auditorium. Once it was connected we tested the connection from end to end and used it to transmit a video feed to live TV. See the entire video series in a playlist: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QXLlvB5HMqs& In this video series, you will learn how to Trace and identify an existing Singlemode fiber that was run between two buildings Use Fishtape to snake a pullstring across a dropped ceiling Use the installed pullstring to install an innerduct across a dropped ceiling Pull a Pre-Terminated Fiber through the innerduct Extend the fiber in the 2nd building using the newly installed Fiber Optic cable Test and connect the end to end connection Fiber Optic Tutorial - Chapter 1

Fiber Optic Tutorial Chapter 2: How to use a VFL to trace, verify, and test continuity of fiber

http://www.LANshack.com - Fiber Optic Tutorial - Chapter 2 - Using a VFL to trace, verify, and test continuity of fiber (Continued) Hi this is Tony Casazza from LANshack.com and I would like to introduce you to what I consider to be a very comprehensive and useful video on installing a Pre-Terminated Fiber Optic cable in a commercial building. A while back I was asked to install a fiber optic cable in a local High School. Their goal was for me to install a cable that would allow them to broadcast a live video feed from the High School Auditorium to their Municipal TV channel. Years earlier, a fiber optic cable had been run from the TV studio in the Municipal Building to a Fiber Optic Termination box located on the West end of the High School. In order to get the live video feed to work, we needed to extend the fiber connection in the High School that originated from the TV studio to the camera location in the auditorium that was about 400 feet away. So my first task was to verify the connection from the TV studio in the Municipal Building to the Fibers terminated in the high school. Once this was done, we installed a singlemode fiber inside of an innerduct from the Fiber termination box to the camera location in the Auditorium. Once it was connected we tested the connection from end to end and used it to transmit a video feed to live TV. See the entire video series in a playlist: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QXLlvB5HMqs& In this video series, you will learn how to Trace and identify an existing Singlemode fiber that was run between two buildings Use Fishtape to snake a pullstring across a dropped ceiling Use the installed pullstring to install an innerduct across a dropped ceiling Pull a Pre-Terminated Fiber through the innerduct Extend the fiber in the 2nd building using the newly installed Fiber Optic cable Test and connect the end to end connection Fiber Optic Tutorial - Chapter 2

Fiber Optic Tutorial Chapter 3: How to Fish Wires Through a Wall or Ceiling (Snaking)

http://www.LANshack.com - Fiber Optic Tutorial - Chapter 3 - How to Fish Wires Through a Wall or Ceiling. Using a Fishtape to snake across a dropped ceiling for the purpose of installing a fiber optic Pre-Terminated assembly and Innerduct from Point A to Point B Hi this is Tony Casazza from LANshack.com and I would like to introduce you to what I consider to be a very comprehensive and useful video on installing a Pre-Terminated Fiber Optic cable in a commercial building. A while back I was asked to install a fiber optic cable in a local High School. Their goal was for me to install a cable that would allow them to broadcast a live video feed from the High School Auditorium to their Municipal TV channel. Years earlier, a fiber optic cable had been run from the TV studio in the Municipal Building to a Fiber Optic Termination box located on the West end of the High School. In order to get the live video feed to work, we needed to extend the fiber connection in the High School that originated from the TV studio to the camera location in the auditorium that was about 400 feet away. So my first task was to verify the connection from the TV studio in the Municipal Building to the Fibers terminated in the high school. Once this was done, we installed a singlemode fiber inside of an innerduct from the Fiber termination box to the camera location in the Auditorium. Once it was connected we tested the connection from end to end and used it to transmit a video feed to live TV. See the entire video series in a playlist: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QXLlvB5HMqs& In this video series, you will learn how to Trace and identify an existing Singlemode fiber that was run between two buildings Use Fishtape to snake a pullstring across a dropped ceiling Use the installed pullstring to install an innerduct across a dropped ceiling Pull a Pre-Terminated Fiber through the innerduct Extend the fiber in the 2nd building using the newly installed Fiber Optic cable Test and connect the end to end connection

Fiber Optic Tutorial Chapter 4: How to Prepare an Innerduct for Installation

http://www.LANshack.com - Fiber Optic Tutorial - Chapter 4 - Preparation of an Innerduct for Installation Hi this is Tony Casazza from LANshack.com and I would like to introduce you to what I consider to be a very comprehensive and useful video on installing a Pre-Terminated Fiber Optic cable in a commercial building. A while back I was asked to install a fiber optic cable in a local High School. Their goal was for me to install a cable that would allow them to broadcast a live video feed from the High School Auditorium to their Municipal TV channel. Years earlier, a fiber optic cable had been run from the TV studio in the Municipal Building to a Fiber Optic Termination box located on the West end of the High School. In order to get the live video feed to work, we needed to extend the fiber connection in the High School that originated from the TV studio to the camera location in the auditorium that was about 400 feet away. So my first task was to verify the connection from the TV studio in the Municipal Building to the Fibers terminated in the high school. Once this was done, we installed a singlemode fiber inside of an innerduct from the Fiber termination box to the camera location in the Auditorium. Once it was connected we tested the connection from end to end and used it to transmit a video feed to live TV. See the entire video series in a playlist: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QXLlvB5HMqs& In this video series, you will learn how to Trace and identify an existing Singlemode fiber that was run between two buildings Use Fishtape to snake a pullstring across a dropped ceiling Use the installed pullstring to install an innerduct across a dropped ceiling Pull a Pre-Terminated Fiber through the innerduct Extend the fiber in the 2nd building using the newly installed Fiber Optic cable Test and connect the end to end connection

Fiber Optic Tutorial Chapter 5: How to pull Innerduct Into the ceiling (First 200 Feet)

http://www.LANshack.com - Fiber Optic Tutorial - Chapter 5 - Pulling in the First 200 Feet of Innerduct Into the ceiling Hi this is Tony Casazza from LANshack.com and I would like to introduce you to what I consider to be a very comprehensive and useful video on installing a Pre-Terminated Fiber Optic cable in a commercial building. A while back I was asked to install a fiber optic cable in a local High School. Their goal was for me to install a cable that would allow them to broadcast a live video feed from the High School Auditorium to their Municipal TV channel. Years earlier, a fiber optic cable had been run from the TV studio in the Municipal Building to a Fiber Optic Termination box located on the West end of the High School. In order to get the live video feed to work, we needed to extend the fiber connection in the High School that originated from the TV studio to the camera location in the auditorium that was about 400 feet away. So my first task was to verify the connection from the TV studio in the Municipal Building to the Fibers terminated in the high school. Once this was done, we installed a singlemode fiber inside of an innerduct from the Fiber termination box to the camera location in the Auditorium. Once it was connected we tested the connection from end to end and used it to transmit a video feed to live TV. See the entire video series in a playlist: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QXLlvB5HMqs& In this video series, you will learn how to Trace and identify an existing Singlemode fiber that was run between two buildings Use Fishtape to snake a pullstring across a dropped ceiling Use the installed pullstring to install an innerduct across a dropped ceiling Pull a Pre-Terminated Fiber through the innerduct Extend the fiber in the 2nd building using the newly installed Fiber Optic cable Test and connect the end to end connection

Fiber Optic Tutorial Chapter 6: How to pull Innerduct Into the ceiling (Second 200 Feet)

http://www.LANshack.com - Fiber Optic Tutorial - Chapter 7 - Pulling in the Second 200 Feet of Innerduct Into the ceiling Hi this is Tony Casazza from LANshack.com and I would like to introduce you to what I consider to be a very comprehensive and useful video on installing a Pre-Terminated Fiber Optic cable in a commercial building. A while back I was asked to install a fiber optic cable in a local High School. Their goal was for me to install a cable that would allow them to broadcast a live video feed from the High School Auditorium to their Municipal TV channel. Years earlier, a fiber optic cable had been run from the TV studio in the Municipal Building to a Fiber Optic Termination box located on the West end of the High School. In order to get the live video feed to work, we needed to extend the fiber connection in the High School that originated from the TV studio to the camera location in the auditorium that was about 400 feet away. So my first task was to verify the connection from the TV studio in the Municipal Building to the Fibers terminated in the high school. Once this was done, we installed a singlemode fiber inside of an innerduct from the Fiber termination box to the camera location in the Auditorium. Once it was connected we tested the connection from end to end and used it to transmit a video feed to live TV. See the entire video series in a playlist: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QXLlvB5HMqs& In this video series, you will learn how to Trace and identify an existing Singlemode fiber that was run between two buildings Use Fishtape to snake a pullstring across a dropped ceiling Use the installed pullstring to install an innerduct across a dropped ceiling Pull a Pre-Terminated Fiber through the innerduct Extend the fiber in the 2nd building using the newly installed Fiber Optic cable Test and connect the end to end connection

Fiber Optic Tutorial - Chapter 7 - How to pull Innerduct Into the ceiling (Second 200 Feet Cont.)

http://www.LANshack.com - Fiber Optic Tutorial - Chapter 7 - Completing the Second 200 Feet of Innerduct Into the ceiling Hi this is Tony Casazza from LANshack.com and I would like to introduce you to what I consider to be a very comprehensive and useful video on installing a Pre-Terminated Fiber Optic cable in a commercial building. A while back I was asked to install a fiber optic cable in a local High School. Their goal was for me to install a cable that would allow them to broadcast a live video feed from the High School Auditorium to their Municipal TV channel. Years earlier, a fiber optic cable had been run from the TV studio in the Municipal Building to a Fiber Optic Termination box located on the West end of the High School. In order to get the live video feed to work, we needed to extend the fiber connection in the High School that originated from the TV studio to the camera location in the auditorium that was about 400 feet away. So my first task was to verify the connection from the TV studio in the Municipal Building to the Fibers terminated in the high school. Once this was done, we installed a singlemode fiber inside of an innerduct from the Fiber termination box to the camera location in the Auditorium. Once it was connected we tested the connection from end to end and used it to transmit a video feed to live TV. See the entire video series in a playlist: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QXLlvB5HMqs& In this video series, you will learn how to Trace and identify an existing Singlemode fiber that was run between two buildings Use Fishtape to snake a pullstring across a dropped ceiling Use the installed pullstring to install an innerduct across a dropped ceiling Pull a Pre-Terminated Fiber through the innerduct Extend the fiber in the 2nd building using the newly installed Fiber Optic cable Test and connect the end to end connection

Fiber Optic Tutorial Chapter 8: How to make a Splice to Connect Sections of Innerduct Together

http://www.LANshack.com - Fiber Optic Tutorial - Chapter 7 - Making a Splice to Connect Both Sections of Innerduct Together Hi this is Tony Casazza from LANshack.com and I would like to introduce you to what I consider to be a very comprehensive and useful video on installing a Pre-Terminated Fiber Optic cable in a commercial building. A while back I was asked to install a fiber optic cable in a local High School. Their goal was for me to install a cable that would allow them to broadcast a live video feed from the High School Auditorium to their Municipal TV channel. Years earlier, a fiber optic cable had been run from the TV studio in the Municipal Building to a Fiber Optic Termination box located on the West end of the High School. In order to get the live video feed to work, we needed to extend the fiber connection in the High School that originated from the TV studio to the camera location in the auditorium that was about 400 feet away. So my first task was to verify the connection from the TV studio in the Municipal Building to the Fibers terminated in the high school. Once this was done, we installed a singlemode fiber inside of an innerduct from the Fiber termination box to the camera location in the Auditorium. Once it was connected we tested the connection from end to end and used it to transmit a video feed to live TV. See the entire video series in a playlist: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QXLlvB5HMqs& In this video series, you will learn how to Trace and identify an existing Singlemode fiber that was run between two buildings Use Fishtape to snake a pullstring across a dropped ceiling Use the installed pullstring to install an innerduct across a dropped ceiling Pull a Pre-Terminated Fiber through the innerduct Extend the fiber in the 2nd building using the newly installed Fiber Optic cable Test and connect the end to end connection

Fiber Optic Tutorial Chapter 9: How to Prepare to Pull in the Pre-Terminated Fiber Optic Assembly

http://www.LANshack.com - Fiber Optic Tutorial - Chapter 9 - Preparing to Pull in the Pre-Terminated Fiber Optic Assembly Hi this is Tony Casazza from LANshack.com and I would like to introduce you to what I consider to be a very comprehensive and useful video on installing a Pre-Terminated Fiber Optic cable in a commercial building. A while back I was asked to install a fiber optic cable in a local High School. Their goal was for me to install a cable that would allow them to broadcast a live video feed from the High School Auditorium to their Municipal TV channel. Years earlier, a fiber optic cable had been run from the TV studio in the Municipal Building to a Fiber Optic Termination box located on the West end of the High School. In order to get the live video feed to work, we needed to extend the fiber connection in the High School that originated from the TV studio to the camera location in the auditorium that was about 400 feet away. So my first task was to verify the connection from the TV studio in the Municipal Building to the Fibers terminated in the high school. Once this was done, we installed a singlemode fiber inside of an innerduct from the Fiber termination box to the camera location in the Auditorium. Once it was connected we tested the connection from end to end and used it to transmit a video feed to live TV. See the entire video series in a playlist: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QXLlvB5HMqs& In this video series, you will learn how to Trace and identify an existing Singlemode fiber that was run between two buildings Use Fishtape to snake a pullstring across a dropped ceiling Use the installed pullstring to install an innerduct across a dropped ceiling Pull a Pre-Terminated Fiber through the innerduct Extend the fiber in the 2nd building using the newly installed Fiber Optic cable Test and connect the end to end connection

Fiber Optic Tutorial Chapter 10: How to Pull in the Pre-Terminated Fiber Optic Assembly

http://www.LANshack.com - Fiber Optic Tutorial - Chapter 10 - Preparing in the Pre-Terminated Fiber Optic Assembly Hi this is Tony Casazza from LANshack.com and I would like to introduce you to what I consider to be a very comprehensive and useful video on installing a Pre-Terminated Fiber Optic cable in a commercial building. A while back I was asked to install a fiber optic cable in a local High School. Their goal was for me to install a cable that would allow them to broadcast a live video feed from the High School Auditorium to their Municipal TV channel. Years earlier, a fiber optic cable had been run from the TV studio in the Municipal Building to a Fiber Optic Termination box located on the West end of the High School. In order to get the live video feed to work, we needed to extend the fiber connection in the High School that originated from the TV studio to the camera location in the auditorium that was about 400 feet away. So my first task was to verify the connection from the TV studio in the Municipal Building to the Fibers terminated in the high school. Once this was done, we installed a singlemode fiber inside of an innerduct from the Fiber termination box to the camera location in the Auditorium. Once it was connected we tested the connection from end to end and used it to transmit a video feed to live TV. See the entire video series in a playlist: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QXLlvB5HMqs& In this video series, you will learn how to Trace and identify an existing Singlemode fiber that was run between two buildings Use Fishtape to snake a pullstring across a dropped ceiling Use the installed pullstring to install an innerduct across a dropped ceiling Pull a Pre-Terminated Fiber through the innerduct Extend the fiber in the 2nd building using the newly installed Fiber Optic cable Test and connect the end to end connection

Fiber Optic Tutorial Chapter 11: How to test the Fiber Optic Cable from End to End (Completion)

http://www.LANshack.com - Fiber Optic Tutorial - Chapter 11 - Testing the Fiber Optic Cable from End to End Hi this is Tony Casazza from LANshack.com and I would like to introduce you to what I consider to be a very comprehensive and useful video on installing a Pre-Terminated Fiber Optic cable in a commercial building. A while back I was asked to install a fiber optic cable in a local High School. Their goal was for me to install a cable that would allow them to broadcast a live video feed from the High School Auditorium to their Municipal TV channel. Years earlier, a fiber optic cable had been run from the TV studio in the Municipal Building to a Fiber Optic Termination box located on the West end of the High School. In order to get the live video feed to work, we needed to extend the fiber connection in the High School that originated from the TV studio to the camera location in the auditorium that was about 400 feet away. So my first task was to verify the connection from the TV studio in the Municipal Building to the Fibers terminated in the high school. Once this was done, we installed a singlemode fiber inside of an innerduct from the Fiber termination box to the camera location in the Auditorium. Once it was connected we tested the connection from end to end and used it to transmit a video feed to live TV. See the entire video series in a playlist: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QXLlvB5HMqs& In this video series, you will learn how to Trace and identify an existing Singlemode fiber that was run between two buildings Use Fishtape to snake a pullstring across a dropped ceiling Use the installed pullstring to install an innerduct across a dropped ceiling Pull a Pre-Terminated Fiber through the innerduct Extend the fiber in the 2nd building using the newly installed Fiber Optic cable Test and connect the end to end connection

BUILDING A HOME on THE RANCH for NEW EXOTIC RESCUE!!

Today we got an awesome new exotic pet a kinkajou that will live here on the ranch for ever I’m so excited to have him here to have in are videos! The ranch fam! Follow me on Instagram to see live videos with my animals! - @BlakesExoticAnimalRanch : Edited By: Dylan Moll Instagram - @therealnatureguy : :

SKITTLES PAPER BACK TO SCHOOL DIY EDIBLE SUPPLIES Hacks #2! Airheads & Twizzlers FUNnel Vision

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8 Best DIY Food Hacks #3 Plus Edible Oobleck You Can Eat & How To Do a New Art Challenge

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