SatelliteSale Kit of Amphenol’s Innovative and Sustainable Tech Service Bag Reel and 500' Black Cable
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- Tech Bag, cable reel, 500 feet RG-6 coaxial cable
SatelliteSale is proud to introduce Amphenol's new Tech Service Bag for all technicians who are using or planning to use drop cable. It was carefully designed with a thought to make the technician's hard work easier and more efficient. Amphenol's Tech Bag not only can carry drop cable but also comes with plenty of tool pouches. This will allow the technician to take all necessary tools in one bag. It is a sturdy and water-resistant bag, capable of maintaining its shape. It also has an array of features that will come in handy for everyone, who works with drop cable. It has a 500 feet coil resource, which can be quickly and easily changed, using the special plastic reel. With Amphenol's sustainable packaging and solutions, you are helping to eliminate cardboard and plastic waste one step at a time. The bag comes with tool pouches to eliminate the need to carry a separate one. It also has a part pouch for connectors, f-81's, and splitters that may come in handy. Has a tablet/paperwork pouch that will be a perfect additional asset for every engineer.
Cable reels pay off with an easy and fluid feel due to the unique side support design system preventing cable tangle, jams, and reel lock. The TFC Tech Service Bag is designed for the active cable technician by eliminating extra trips to the truck, creating accurate drop lengths, eliminating waste, and providing a comfortable accessory to carry tools and equipment. Create a stable connection between your Televisions, Satellite Receivers, Cable Modems, HD Antennas, Satellite Dishes, Comcast, CATV, HDTV, CCTV, Satellite Internet providers, Cell phone wireless extenders, and many other services and providers that use Amphenol's drop cables. We assure the lifetime service of each bag to deliver a positive experience to our clients.
What is in the box:
Sustainable Tech Bag
Plastic cable reel
- No restrictions in Canada