Jonard Tools’ TK-160 fiber prep kit includes 1.25-mm and 2.5-mm connector cleaners and visual fault locator, and it comes in a rugged tool case with pockets for extra tools and other items. It also includes a round cable stripper, cable strip and ring tool, fiber optic drop cable slitter, mid-span slitter, three-hole fiber stripper, Kevlar cutter, multibit screwdriver, LED flashlight, diagonal cutter, long-nose pliers and fiber wipes.
WattStopper’s FSP-201 low-voltage high/low/off passive-infrared fixture-integrated outdoor sensor mounts in an outdoor lighting fixture and provides multilevel control based on motion or daylight contribution. It controls 0–10V DC dim-to-off LED drivers or ballasts or works with a power pack to control other loads. When used with an FSP-Lx lens, the sensor is rated for wet and cold locations. It is fully adjustable using a handheld wireless configuration tool in high and low light levels with optional dusk-to-dawn control.
Fluke Corp.’s rugged Fluke TiS Performance Series infrared cameras feature large 3½-in. screens to help pinpoint issues in the field and offer one-touch image access, eliminating the need to scroll through a menu to view images. Eight models are available—five fixed focus and three manual focus—with resolution up to 260-by-195 pixels. The infrared cameras upload images to the Fluke Connect Cloud through a wireless connection. Users can create and email reports from the jobsite using Fluke Connect.
Platinum Tools’ patch panel family for terminating cable runs includes 12-port Cat 5e and Cat 6 nonshielded, 12-port Cat 6 shielded, 24-port Cat 5e and Cat 6 nonshielded, and 24-port Cat 6 and Cat 6a shielded patch panels. The panels have color-coded labels for easy wiring and meet ANSI/EIA/TIA 568 C.2 standard. They are 110 punchdown-tool compatible, for a wire gauge range of 22 through 26 AWG and have gold-plated RJ-45 port contacts.
Cal Test Electronics’ CT2944-50 50 Ω BNC feed-through terminator is designed for use anywhere impedance matching is necessary for measurement accuracy. It has 2 GHz bandwidth and an impedance tolerance of ±0.25 Ω with 0.5 percent accuracy.
Quabbin Wire & Cable’s DataMax Relaxed 26 AWG F/UTP patch cable is designed for patching applications in Cat 6 and 6a systems. It has twisted-pair construction, a PVC jacket, a tight bend radius and a patent-pending spline-free design. It does not have a separator or polyester tape, which makes it small and flexible.
Barron Lighting Group’s Exitronix VEX-WPC wet-location all-LED exit and emergency combo has adjustable LED lamp heads; an impact-resistant polycarbonate shield; and a UV-stabilized, impact- and corrosion-resistant ABS plastic enclosure with a one-piece, molded weatherproof gasket. An optional internal heater extends the operating temperature range from –4 to 122°F. It has a 90-minute emergency run time and a 24-hour recharge time. The single- or double-face sign has high-intensity red or green LEDs.
D-Link’s DCS-4802E Vigilance full HD outdoor mini dome network 2-megapixel camera has integrated IR LEDs and 3-D noise reduction. It uses a high-sensitivity ¹/3-megapixel progressive scan CMOS sensor with digital WDR image enhancement to deliver balanced video in varying lighting conditions. The three-axis adjustment for precise lens positioning supports 360-degree pan, 360-degree rotation and 75-degree tilt. Spring-loaded slide egress doors shut automatically when the cover is closed. It provides real-time video compression and supports three separate profiles for simultaneous video streaming and recording.
System Sensor’s DUCTSD duct smoke detector has a cover-integrated smoke test port that enables testing with any approved aerosol test smoke without the need of special tools or attachments. It uses a plug-in photoelectric smoke sensor with operating conditions ranging from –4 to 158°F and air speeds from 100 to 4,000 ft. per minute also without additional attachments. A wiring diagram and a QR code that links directly to the installation manual are printed on the inside of the black power board cover.
DSC’s (part of Tyco Security Products) DSC Touch home-automation solution includes a 7-in. touchscreen, Android-based software, Alarm.com integration, and dual-path connectivity with integrated Wi-Fi, cellular and Z-Wave-enabled technology. The integrated panel camera takes a picture of the person who disarms the system and captures images during an alarm event. It features two-way voice communications, one-touch arming and disarming, a panic button, an SD card slot to add photos for the photo frame feature, and built-in help videos.