Fibre Loopback Solution
Four Fibre Tools in One
Westek has created a new tool called the Dual LC/SC Fibre Loopback plug and coupler tool, which is designed to meet all of a technician’s loopback testing needs. This tool is made to the highest industry standards and has a rugged case that protects it from dust and moisture. This means that technicians can protect their fibre ends and easily store the tool when not in use.
The tool comes in several options, including a dual LC or SC male plug for loopback electronics testing, a dual LC or SC female plug for loopback cable testing, and a dual LC or SC female coupler for connecting dual LC or SC fibre cables together. Each option is color-coded for easy identification, making it simple for technicians to find the tool they need.
Westek also offers a 2-year warranty on each tool, giving customers peace of mind that they are investing in a quality product. The Dual LC/SC Fibre Loopback plug and coupler tool is a useful and convenient tool for technicians to have in their arsenal when performing loopback testing.
- Dual LC or SC Male Plug for Loopback Electronics Testing
- Dual LC or SC Female Plug for Loopback Cable Testing
- Dual LC or SC Female Loopback
- Park your exposed cable fibre plug ends, keeping them clean and damage free
Slide all three components together to create a dustproof, crushproof and moisture resistant case. Watch the video below to see it in action!
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What is a fibre loopback tool?
A fibre loopback tool is a type of plug that is used to test network equipment. It helps engineers to find and fix problems in the physical ports of a network. It is sometimes called a fibre loopback plug or fibre loopback adapter.
The purpose of this tool is to test the ability of a network to transmit and receive data. It is an effective way of testing the transmission capability and receiver sensitivity of the network equipment. In other words, it checks if the equipment can send and receive data without any problems.
It is plugged into a network port and it creates a loop that sends data back to the network equipment. This allows engineers to test if the equipment can receive the data it sent out.
There are different types of loopback plugs for different types of ports. For example, there are loopback plugs for serial ports, Ethernet ports, and WAN connections. These loopback plugs are important tools that help engineers to troubleshoot network issues quickly and efficiently.