Maintenance & Repair Kits
AVliterepair™ - RK100
The RK100 uses a combination of hand tools and innovative portable products to allow the operator to make high integrity fibre optic terminations in confined spaces. The time required is also significantly reduced using the proven AVlitecure™ system
The kit is compatible with most commercial and military fibre optic termini - including ARINC and MIL specifications. Its modular design allows additional connectors to be added with minimal impact. Two variants are available, the RK100AB is compatible with Airbus specification AIPS 07-11-008 for termination on the aircraft and the second, The RK100-AV is compatible with UK MoD fibre termination requirements.
AVlitecleanTM - In situ cleaning kit - CK series
The AVlitecleanTM allows all of your maintenance cleaning requirements to be met in a convenient carry pouch which can be carried on-board the vehicle.The kit is compatible with most commercial and military fibre optic termini and connectors from 1.25, 1.6 and 2.5mm ferrules and even has an option for MT ferrrule harsh environmental connectors. AVoptics have selected a range of cleaning pens that are designed for both singleway connectors such as the FC, ST, SC etc. but also plug and receptacle style connectors such as D38999 style, ElioTM and LuxCisTM most commonly found in harsh environments. For most applications a dry wipe is sufficient but if not you can use the provided cleaning fluid and lint free wipes. The kit is made of separate compartments so that you can configure the kit to meet your specific requirements. All consumeables can be ordered seperately. please contact us for more information.
AVlitesplice™ - In situ repair for fibre systems
The AVlitesplice™ provides a rugged splice solution for reinstating, repairing or extending your fibre optic system. Designed to be performed and operated in harsh environments such as Aerospace, Marine and Defence systems. 5 piece parts for simple assemble. 15-20 minute repair when used in conjunction with AVliterepair™. Typical 0.25dB insertion loss.