Camplex Announces New Optical Couplers

Camplex, New York based fiber division of Tower Products Inc, has announced a new range of inline opticalCON couplers to extend cable runs and join opticalCON DUO or QUAD cables together with minimal loss.

Made in its US facility, the couplers are designed for harsh environments such as sports broadcasting and live outdoor entertainment. Available in single or duo mode configurations, they have automatic connector shutters, protective connector covers, and durable aluminum housing.

The Camplex US fiber assembly facility has achieved LEMO, Canare, and Neutrik opticalCON certifications, which allows it to meet demands for a variety of configurations. The company claims its cable assemblies reduced installation time and durability in demanding environments and applications. 

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