- BNC inserter/remover tool
A BNC inserter/remover tool also called a BNC tool or BNC apple corer, is used to insert or remove
BNC connectors in high density or hard-to-reach locations, such as densely wired patch panels in broadcast facilities like central apparatus rooms.
They are usually light weight, made with
stainless steel, and have screw drivertype plastichandle grips for applying rotating torque. Their shafts are also mostly double in length of standard screw drivers.
BNC tools help in safely, efficiently and quickly accessing BNC connectors, in jack fields. Using BNC tools also minimizes risk of accidentally disconnecting other connectors close by.
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