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This tool 10 can be used with machines using fiber optic modules 12 and connectors 14. The tool 10 gives aid in extraction and insertion of connectors when hand access is limited or impossible.
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Simplex Connector Tool
This tool 10 can be used with machines using fiber optic modules 12 and
connectors 14. The tool 10 gives aid in extraction and insertion of connectors
when hand access is limited or impossible.
The connection between 12 and 14 is of a bayonet type which involves a
push and twist motion which cannot be achieved by hand in crowded places.
The tool 10 includes a handle portion 16 and a chuck portion 18. Chuck 18 is
made from spring material and is of hollow cylindrical shape with a slot 20 having
inwardly formed edges 22 which grasp the body 24 of connector 14 with form
frictional engagement when forced into place thereon.
In use, tool 10 is applied by hand by coaxial movement onto and over the
connector body 24, with the fiber optic cable 26 passing out laterally through slot 20. Tool 10 can then be operated by handle 16 to either engage or disengage
connector 14 to or from the bayonet socket element 28 of module 12, even in
tightly packed machine locations.