Bag: Cable Tester Belt Pouch
Bag: Large Shoulder Bag
Bag: Platinum Tools Hanging Pouch
Cable Assembly: Coax Screw-On F Jack to Push On Plug
Cable Assembly: Micro USB Cable
Cable Assembly: Network Patch Cables 1 ft Cat5e FTP
Cable Assembly: RJ12 No-Fault Cable. 7.5 inch
Cable Assembly: RJ45 PortSaver
Cable Assembly: RJ45 to 8-Way alligator clips 24 inch
Cable Assembly: RJ45 to Alligator Clip 12 inch
Cable Remote: Cable Tester Smart Remote Kits
Cable Remote: ID Only Coax Remote Sets
Cable Remote: ID Only Network Remote Sets
Cable Remote: Net Chaser Active Remote
Case: Durable Plastic Case for Cable Prowler and Net Prowler
Case: Durable Plastic Case for VDV MapMaster 3.0
Tips & Tricks
Listen To Your Stripper
Your Coax stripper!
Listen To Your Stripper — Your Coax stripper!
When stripping coax, do not turn your tool around as though it were a propeller.
As you rotate your tool, listen to the cutting of the braid and when it stops talking to you, turn another 1/8 to a 1/4 turn, open tool and remove the stripper. When rotating, be sure the hand that is holding the cable is supporting the cable immediately next to the tool. Allow no cable play!