LiteLOCK® Selective Retention Dials offers flexibility to increase tension around ferrule for quick or long term matings
2.5mm and 1.25mm versions
QL-SR25 links FC, ST, SC, DIN, E2000, HMS and most connectors with 2.5mm ferrules
QL-SR125 links LC and MU connectors with 1.25mm ferrules
Accepts Singlemode and Multimode connectors
The QuickLINK® Universal LiteLOCK® Adapter (Mating Sleeve) is designed to unite fiberoptic connectors, cable assemblies and jumper cables together for test and measurement, emergency restoration and experimental purposes.
The patented universal interface allows the flexibility to join two like ferrules (2.5mm or 1.25mm) regardless of the outer housing for quick or long term connections. The LiteLOCK® Selective Retention (SR) version features an adjustable dial which allows the user to increase the tension around the ferrules to secure the two mated connectors together. Available for 2.5mm and 1.25mm ferrules, the QL-SR25 will link together ST, FC, SC, DIN and E2000 connectors styles or most 2.5mm ferrules in any combination. The QL-SR125 will link LC and MU connector styles with 1.25mm ferrules together in any combination.
The Universal feature eliminates the need to purchase a variety of mating sleeves, bulkheads or hybrid adapters. The QL-SR25 (for 2.5mm ferrules) will link FC to FC, ST to ST, SC to SC, FC to ST, FC to SC, FC to DIN, FC to E2000, ST to SC, ST to DIN, ST to E2000, SC to DIN and SC to E2000. The QL-SR125 (for 1.25mm ferrules) will link MU to MU, LC to LC and MU to LC.
According to federal law in Australia, any hand-held, battery operated laser with a power emmission above 1mW is considered a dangerous weapon, and written consent must be obtained prior to possessing/importing such a laser pointer.
Unless otherwise stated, the Visual Fault Locators and other handheld laser devices sold by AusOptic are fully compliant with the 1mW output limits and do not require a permit to carry.
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