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Our QuickTreX® Professional Grade Wire and Kevlar Scissors are Crafted in Germany of durable ice-tempered Solingen stainless steel that holds up under extreme use. They are a must have in any IT technician or electricians toolkit. These scissors were featured in the Electrical Contractor & Maintenance Magazine for one of the products of the year due to the premium quality and multipurpose use. The blade is precision designed for clean cutting and specially made for use with wire, Kevlar / aramid yarn strength members, braiding, etc. Slight serrations on the blade prevent wire slippage and make dependable precise cuts possible. The ergonomically designed soft rubber handle provides fatigueless use suitable for right or left-handed people. These scissors also incorporate a handy and easy to use wire stripper and splice and terminal crimper that can be used for copper wires from 26 to 18 AWG. This adds a good deal of functionality and makes them also ideal for those doing security systems and other low-voltage work.
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Do you need Ethernet patch cables in which reliability and performance is a must? Don't let your Ethernet patch cables be the weak link in your critcal network. At LANshack, we manufacture premium custom Ethernet patch cables. Our patch cables are always custom made to order in the USA with premium components. We offer every cable type including: Cat 5E, Cat 6E, Cat 6A, and Cat 8. We also offer shielded and non-shielded options. Since these cables are custom made to order, we can make them in any length from 6 inches to 250 feet. We can also make them in 9 different colors and can make them booted or non-booted. We offer the following jacket types: standard indoor in riser rated and plenum rated jackets, outdoor direct burial rated patch cables, and tactical deployable.
In this easy to follow animated video, we will show you how to fusion splice two fiber optic strands together.
In this tutorial, we will show you how to fusion splice two fiber optic strands together.