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   Air Ionizer Test Kit       Air ionizer test kits are used to verify an air ionizer’s performance by measuring the amount of ionization produced. 
   Alignment Toolset       Alignment toolsets are a set of tools for aligning components. 
   Antistatic (ESD) Mat       Antistatic mats are used on desks or floors to neutralize or shield objects from electrostatic discharge (ESD). 
   Bender       Benders are tools used to bend cables and other components 
   Bit Set       Bit sets contain bits, tools that are used to drill cylindrical holes. 
   Cable Knife       Cable knives are special cutting tools used in the assembly and installation of connectors. 
   Cable Tie Gun / Wire Wrap Tool       Cable tie guns and wire wrap tools are used to tie bundles of cables or wires together. 
   Wire / Cable Twister       Wire twisters and cable twisters are used to twist or bend wires and cables. 
   Connector Extractor       Connector extractors are used to extract connectors from their mountings. 
   Crimper       Crimpers are used to bend, curl, or corrugate wires or cables. 
   Wire Cutter / Scissor       Wire cutters or scissors are used to cut wires and cables. 
   ESD Ionizers       ESD ionizers provide ionized air to neutralize static charges. 
   ESD Wrist / Footwear Strap       ESD antistatic straps are used to ground a person working on electronic equipment in order to prevent electrostatic discharge from damaging the equipment. 
   Inserter       Inserters are used to insert connectors or pins. 
   Magnetizer / Demagnetizer       Magnetizers and demagnetizers are used magnetize or demagnetize other tools. 
   Pin Extractor       Pin extractors are used to extract electrical pins. 
   Polishing Tool       Polishing tools are used to polish connectors. 
   Pulling Grip       Wire or cable pulling grips are used to pull wires or cables.  
   Punchdown Tool       Punchdown tools are used to push wires into slots. There are two basic types: impact and non-impact. 
   Soldering / Desoldering Tool       Soldering or soldering tools are used for soldering or desoldering connectors, wires, or cables. 
   Splicer       Splicers are tools for joining wires or cables together. 
   Wire / Cable Straightener       Wire and cable straighteners are used to straighten cables or wires. 
   Stripper       Strippers are tools for stripping or removing the cover or insulation from conductors. 
   Tweezers       Tweezers are tools for picking up small objects that are difficult to grasp with the hand.  
   Tool Kit       Tool kits are complete kits for the assembly and/or installation of connectors. This category includes mounting kits, installation kits, and termination kits. 
   Other       Other unlisted or proprietary tools. 
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   Form Factor       
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   Desktop       The tool is designed for use atop a desk and in a fixed location. 
   Handheld       The tool is designed to be held in the hand and can be carried. 
   Other       Other unlisted form factors. 
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Application / Connector Type
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   AdvancedTCA       AdvancedTCA connectors are used to connect or interface advanced telecom computing architecture (TCA) devices and boards to systems or motherboards. 
   Audio and Video       Audio and video connectors are used in audio, microphone, video, and other related systems. 
   BNC       Bayonet Neil-Concelman (BNC) connectors were designed for military applications, but are used widely in video and RF applications to 2 GHz. BNC connectors have a slotted outer conductor and a plastic dielectric that causes increasing losses at higher frequencies. BNC connectors are usable above 4 GHz as long as the slots radiate signals; however, these devices may not be mechanically stable to 10 GHz. Both 50Ω and 75Ω BNC connectors are available. BNC connectors are also known as bayonet navy connectors or baby Neil connectors. 
   Coaxial       Coaxial cables are composed of an insulated central conducting wire wrapped in another cylindrical conductor (the shield). The cable is usually wrapped in another insulating layer and an outer protective layer. Coaxial cables have the capacity to carry vast quantities of information. They are typically used in high-speed data and CATV applications. 
   CompactPCI       CompactPCI (cPCI) connectors are used to connect or interface CompactPCI devices and boards to systems or motherboards. 
   DIN       DIN connectors are high frequency, multi-pin, electrical connectors that meet standards established by Deutsches Institut für Normung (DIN), a German national organization for standardization. The ends of DIN connectors are round, notched, and protected by a metal skirt to ensure that pins line up correctly. Both male and female DIN connectors are available. Male connectors plug into receptacles, jacks, and outlets and contain three to fourteen pins ranging in size from approximately 5/8” to just under 1” in diameter. Female connectors contain sockets for pins from other devices. The number of pins or sockets in a DIN connector corresponds to the number of wires in the coaxial cable. Often, DIN cables are referred to numerically so that, for example, a four-wire DIN cable is called a “DIN 4”.  
   D-Sub       D-Subminiature (D-sub) connectors have a mating face that is shaped like the letter "D". This shape provides polarization since D-shaped male and female connectors fit together in only one way. 
   Type F       Type F connectors have a screw-type coupling and frequency range up to 1.5 GHz. Applications include CATV, TV, and antennas. 
   Fiber Optic       Tools are designed for use with fiber optic connectors. 
   IEEE 1394 (FireWire®)       IEEE 1394 or FireWire® is an interface standard adopted by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) for very fast digital data transfers such as streaming video. IEEE 1394 connectors are used to transmit and receive data among FireWire devices, and are designed to replace external high-speed peripheral connections to personal computers, including hard disks, CD-ROMs, DVDs, graphics cards, high-speed scanners, direct video, monitors, etc. Tiny, robust FireWire connectors will also become important parts of home entertainment, communication, and appliance networks. FireWire is a registered trademark of Apple Computer, Inc.  
   General Application       Tools are designed for general-purpose applications. 
   Micro and Nano Connector       Micro connectors and nano connectors exhibit contacts with a pitch of 0.05" (micro) and 0.025'' (nano), respectively.  
   Military       Military connectors (MIL-SPEC) are shell type connectors built in accordance with U.S. military specifications. Their design takes into account the need to protect the connection from environmental factors, allowing them to be used in military and aerospace applications. 
   Modular / RJ Connector       Modular connectors and registered jack (RJ) connectors are similar, yet distinct types of connectors. Modular connectors and RJ connectors are plug-in units used in many networking and telecommunications applications. In general, equipments are said to be modular when they made of plug-in units that can be added together to make the system larger or to improve its capabilities. Registered Jack (RJ) type connectors are one type of modular connectors. RJ is a telephone and data jack standard/application registered with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). The names of devices such as RJ-11 and RJ-45 are widely misused in the telecommunications industry. A more precise way to identify a jack is to specify the number of positions (width of opening) and the number of conductors. Examples include “8-position, 8-conductor” and a “6-position, 4-conductor". Some jacks have protective capabilities such as integrated filters to protect against unwanted signals or some type of magnetics to provide filtering signal conditioning, and isolation. 
   Phone Jack / Plug       Phone jacks (female) and phone plugs (male) are connectors used for telephone installations. They are also known as modular jacks and modular plugs. The word "modular" refers to a phone construction format introduced by AT&T in the 1970s that allowed installers to assemble phones at customer locations by selecting specific components that plugged together, instead of needing hard wiring. 
   Plugs and Receptacle       Tools are designed for AC and DC power connectors and receptacles. 
   RF Connector       Tools are designed for connectors used with RF and microwave applications.  
   RJ-11       RJ-11 connectors are four- or six-wire connectors that are primarily used to connector connect telephone equipment in the United States. 
   RJ-45       RJ-45 connectors are eight-wire connectors that are used to connect computers, printers, and other devices into a network. 
   SIP / DIP       Tools are designed for single in-line package (SIP) and double in-line package (DIP) connectors. 
   USB       Universal serial bus (USB) connectors support USB standard ports. USB is an external bus standard that supports data transfer rates of 12 Mbps in version 1.1 and 480 Mbps in version 2.0. A single USB port can be used to connect up to 127 peripheral devices, such as mice, modems, and keyboards. USB also supports both plug-and-play and hot plugging. 
   Other       Other unlisted or proprietary application or connector type. 
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   Electrical Tools       Electrically powered hand tools are usually motor driven and use either batteries or hard wired connections. 
   Hydraulic Tools       Hydraulic tools are powered by the flow and pressure of a fluid. Typically, these handheld power tools use oil or water based fluids that are pressurized by hydraulic power units or hydraulic pumps. 
   Pneumatic Tools       Pneumatic tools are powered by the flow and pressure of a compressed gas. Typically, these handheld power tools use compressed air or compressed carbon dioxide that is stored in small canisters for portability. 
   Hand Tools       Manually powered tools use levers, screws, springs and other mechanics that give a mechanical advantage. 
   Other       Other unlisted of technologies. 
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