Clamping Levers

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Female Clamping Handles - Flared Handle

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Female Clamping Handles are operated by a simple lift and rotate action with a push-button for releasing and adjustment. The tapered handle allows for convenient positioning for maximum leverage when mounted onto male threaded applications.

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Male Clamping Handles - Flared Handle

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Male Clamping Handles are operated by a simple lift and rotate action with a push- button for releasing and adjustment. The tapered handle allows for convenient positioning for maximum leverage when mounted onto male threaded applications.

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Fiber Guides - Corner

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The Fiber Management range supports many low profile fiber reels for spooling excess fiber onto a PCB board. Some reels can be broken apart to form a controlled bend around a 90 or 180 degree turn. The range also offers stacking pillars and stand-offs which can be used to stack multiple reels for compact spooling of multiple runs of fiber. Fiber Guides are used to assist with reeling and corner guides maintain a bending radius through a 90 degree turn

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Fiber Guides - Corner, Snap-Together

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The Fiber Management range supports many low profile fiber reels for spooling excess fiber onto a PCB board. Some reels can be broken apart to form a controlled bend around a 90 or 180 degree turn. The range also offers stacking pillars and stand-offs which can be used to stack multiple reels for compact spooling of multiple runs of fiber. Optical Fiber Segments can be assembled for bend control around a 180 degree turn when reeling optical fiber. In a four-piece assembled mode approximately 60m of 900 micron fiber can be stored

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Fiber Guides - Straight

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The Fiber Management range supports many low profile fiber reels for spooling excess fiber onto a PCB board. Some reels can be broken apart to form a controlled bend around a 90 or 180 degree turn. The range also offers stacking pillars and stand-offs which can be used to stack multiple reels for compact spooling of multiple runs of fiber. Fiber Guides are used to assist with reeling and straight guides are supported by the range

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Fiber Guides - Flexible

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The Fiber Management range supports many low profile fiber reels for spooling excess fiber onto a PCB board. Some reels can be broken apart to form a controlled bend around a 90 or 180 degree turn. The range also offers stacking pillars and stand-offs which can be used to stack multiple reels for compact spooling of multiple runs of fiber. Fiber Guides are used to assist with reeling and Optical Flexible Fiber Guide Systems are used with 250 and 900 micron fibers. The Fiber can enter and exit at any point without risk of the fiber snagging or kinking

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Fiber Guides - Flexible Spacers & Holders

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The Fiber Management range supports many low profile fiber reels for spooling excess fiber onto a PCB board. Some reels can be broken apart to form a controlled bend around a 90 or 180 degree turn. The range also offers stacking pillars and stand-offs which can be used to stack multiple reels for compact spooling of multiple runs of fiber. Fiber Guides are used to assist with reeling and Optical Flexible Fiber Guide Systems are used with 250 and 900 micron fibers. The Fiber can enter and exit at any point without risk of the fiber snagging or kinking

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