Senko Advanced Components Training Videos

Senko Advanced Components Training Videos
By Senko Advanced Components
About this podcast
On line training videos and technical articles about Senko products and fiber optic topics.

SENKO Advanced Components develops, manufactures, markets and distributes over 1000 fiber optic products for the telecom & datacom industries worldwide.

An ISO-9001 approved company, SENKO is able to provide multinational corporations with the technical expertise to liaise with engineers, and the manufacturing flexibility to develop custom products for the ever growing high tech industry.
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April 6, 2010
The XP Fit Plus SC is a pre-polished, pre-assembled connector compatible with the standard SC connector that uses index matching gel, instead of epoxy as an internal mechanical grip, gently but effectively holds the fiber in place and can be installed in under 2 minutes. Without polishing or adhesives the XP Fit Plus makes on site installations quick and easy, diminishing the need for epoxy curing and hand polishing at the work site.
April 6, 2010
The XP Fit Plus LC is a pre-polished, pre-assembled connector compatible with the standard LC connector that uses index matching gel, instead of epoxy as an internal mechanical grip, gently but effectively holds the fiber in place and can be installed in under 2 minutes. Without polishing or adhesives the XP Fit Plus makes on site installations quick and easy, diminishing the need for epoxy curing and hand polishing at the work site.
Oct. 1, 2009
SENKO's Fiber Optic Termination Kits are complete solutions to on the job terminations and/or repairs. Designed specifically with field engineers in mind, the Termination Kits eliminate the need for curing ovens, speeding up termination time on the job, and reducing overall downtime of networks.
Sept. 22, 2009
The APC-8000 features a superior fixture-to-platten locking mechanism and other design enhancements giving the user consistent polishing results at high production volumes. The fixture-to-platten locking mechanism confines motion to vertical plane, eliminating horizontal movement in the fixture that may cause damage to the fiber.