Selection Guides

This Stream includes all of our Quick Reference Guides Flipbooks

  • MTP® PRO Quick Instruction Guide

    MTP® PRO Quick Instruction Guide

    Quick instruction guide for the MTP® PRO Field Tool that is compatible with the ASCEND™ high density platform.

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  • Installing ADSS - Quick Reference Guide

    Installing ADSS - Quick Reference Guide

    This Quick Reference Guide is intended to provide highlights of ADSS installation instructions needed in the field.

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  • Installing OPGW - Quick Reference Guide

    Installing OPGW - Quick Reference Guide

    AFL provides this Quick Reference Guide to provide highlights of OPGW installation instructions needed in the field.

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  • Telecom Cleaning & Inspection Best Practices

    Telecom Cleaning & Inspection Best Practices

    A one micron diameter speck of dust obscures 1% of a 10 micron fiber endface, resulting in about 0.06 dB of additional optical return loss.

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  • Tactical Cable Selection Guide

    Tactical Cable Selection Guide

    Deploying cable in harsh environments doesn’t have to raise your blood pressure. Rely on AFL’s line of ruggedized tactical cables for superior performance and reliability.

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  • Data Center Cleaning & Inspection Best Practices

    Data Center Cleaning & Inspection Best Practices

    A one micron diameter speck of dust obscures 1% of a 10 micron fiber endface, resulting in about 0.06 dB of additional optical return loss.

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  • Connector Selection Guide

    Connector Selection Guide

    Choose the connector with features important to you. As the only company capable of providing every termination option, AFL let’s you be the termination expert.

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  • Rack Mount Panels Selection Guide

    Rack Mount Panels Selection Guide

    With a collection of available rack mounted panels, AFL provides options for different termination methods and densities, allowing you to choose what is best for your organization.

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