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AV signal distribution is no longer limited by signal bandwidth, signal format or by distance. The TL-IPFO-KIT transmits 18G HDMI, bi-directional IR, bi-directional RS232 and 1G ethernet over a standard duplex fiber optic cable.
The TL-IPFO-KIT replaces a traditional HDMI cable with active electronics designed specifically for sending audio and video signals up to 984 feet. Simply connect the IPFO transmitter to your source device (often a switcher, matrix, DVD player or cable box), connect the IPFO receiver to your destination device (often a display or projector), connect the two units with a duplex fiber optic patch cord (sold separately), and connect the power supplies.
Unlike boosters or twisted pair extenders, the TL-IPFO-KIT uses fiber optic technology that is immune to outside electrical interference and will better future-proof your facility.
Additional features include a DisplayPort input on the IPFO transmitter for connecting DisplayPort inputs, an HDMI output on the IPFO receiver with built-in DisplayPort to HDMI conversion, analog audio de-embedding and HDMI 2.0 / HDCP 2.2 compliancy.
TechLogix's ECO Series of fiber optic tools are the perfect compliment to your fiber optic AV or network installation. Occasionally, a component in a kit will need to get replaced or a spare would be nice to have around.
This plunger-style alcohol dispenser bottle is a direct replacement for the bottle that is included in the ECO-TERMK-01 Fiber Optic Termination Kit. Simply flip open the cap, press the top of the plunger with a wipe over the hole, and a small amount of alcohol will start to be released to moisten the wipe. Close the flip-top cap when you're done.
There is no need to worry spilling alcohol all over the work environment when moistening a wipe. There is no need to wonder if the cap was screwed on tight before closing up the Fiber Optic Termination Kit.
These high-quality, lint-free disposable wipes are a necessity when it comes to terminating fiber optic cables. After a few installations of multi-strand fiber optic cable, the box of wipes that came in the ECO-TERMK-01 Fiber Optic Termination Kit will be running low. Now, you can easily get a box of the same wipes that came in the Kit, so you know they'll work well.
includes cleaver, sheers, 3 hole strippers, VFL, batteries, ruler, marker, alcohol container, wipes, carry case
The TechLogix Networx ECO-TERMK-01 Economy Fiber Termination Kit provides the required tools to terminate fiber optic cable.
The included high precision wheel cleaver produces quality cleaves without the need for microscope verification. The blade provides up to 36,000 cleaves via an easy blade position selection adjustment. A verification fault locator allows for visible laser light to be used during the termination process.
The kit includes carrying bag and strap, precision fiber strippers, VFL, and other hand tools all located in a convenient case that protects the included tools while allowing ease of access.
includes single mode generator, multimode generator, optical meter, batteries, VFL, adapters, reference cables, cleaning cube
The TechLogix Networx ECO-TESTK-01 Basic Fiber Test Kit provides the essential tools for optical link testing. The Optical Power Meter and Light Source units test both multimode and single mode fibers at four wavelengths with a range of 70dB to measure optical power loss on installed fiber.
The kit includes adapters to test SC, LC, and FC terminated cables. Both test units along with included cables and adapters are contained in a rugged case that keeps the items within neat, organized, and protected. The kit allows testing of installed cables, connectors, splices, and links. The Optical Light Source and Power Meter (LSPM) measure loss for comparison to estimated loss calculated for the link or “loss budget.” The LSPM test set allows for measurements with a known good reference cable calibrated to “0 dB.” Utilization of this kit provides for verification of cable links to industry standards.