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AFL brings intergrated fiber optic solutions to the electronics security industry

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AFL enables critical infrastructure security with fiber optic cable, components, tools, and training for perimeter intrusion detection, camera connectivity, and security network backbones.


As a vertically integrated, fiber optic products manufacturer, AFL offers security market end users, integrators and installers the following value:

  • Fiber optic infrastructure products for high bandwidth surveillance camera, access control and security network connectivity
    • Easy-to-use FAST connectors
    • Rack, wall and pole-mounted patch panels for fiber routing and management between electronic components
  • Easy-to-use use tools that enables security integrators and contractors to effectively select and install fiber products
    • Cleavers and FAST connector termination kits
    • Fusion splicers
    • Cable selection guidance and “Fiber-in-a-Box” packaging for frequently used cables
    • Training and programs which enable installers to demonstrate competence through CLi™ Certification Program industry certifications and to pass on manufacturer warranties to end users
  • National network of manufacturing representatives, integrators and distributors dedicated to the security industry

Fiber optic products are increasingly being used in security networks to deliver the higher bandwidth required by the deployment of sensing systems and megapixel cameras on the perimeter, and for affordably aggregating the increasing number of connected components in alarm and control systems.

AFL recognizes that end-user security specialists, security consultants, integrators and alarm installers have unique needs and considerations that are not always met by traditional data communications channels.