My On Site Tech Tool Bag contents and network cables.

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My On Site Tech Tool Bag contents and network cables.
October 2016

Monoprice 20-Feet 30AWG Cat5e 350MHz UTP Flat Ethernet Bare Copper Network Cable, Black (109552)
https://amzn.com/B00ACR5U3S

USB to Ethernet Adapter by Cable Matters
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EGOGO Microfiber Cloth Hook and Loop Fastening Velcro Cable Ties
Link: https://amzn.com/B016MLW9B8
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Comments

FiberNinja says:

Fantastic breakdown! Your mentioning of how it looks to the customer when you’re rummaging through a pile of messy cables is sooo on point! Thanks for sharing this info. Great stuff here!!

LordDrachenblut says:

Sounds like a homage to a long running HPR series

Matt says:

Nice nice. Why don’t you have a Ethernet tester?

Jeff Pancrazio says:

Do you have a model number on the MS keyboard, cant find it anymore and like the form factor .. thanks!.. Great video’s 🙂

markomus says:

This is great! I use so many of those in my own toolkit (that network crimper is THEE best!). In addition to those basic supplies I also keep…
* Classic multi-ended screwdriver
* Torx screwdriver (with multiple sized heads)
* Phone line tester
* GFCI tester (Step 1: Is there a power problem?) 🙂
* Small, round auto mechanics mirror
* Extendable magnet (another mechanic’s tool; not as much a threat to data these days)
* Normal wire cutters
* A very small level
* Various adapters
* 1 x 6mm socket and 1 x 3/16″ socket (various loose parts)
* A couple of small hobby hammers for tacking in cable clips (or percussive maintenance as needed)
* A PSU tester (SUPER handy!)
* SATA/PATA to USB adapter
* Small flashlight
* Small first aid kit (especially bandages; accidents happen)
* 6″/15cm clear plastic ruler
* Tape measure
* Portable multimeter (RadioShack #2200820)
* Hobby size box cutting knife

I suppose that could seem overkill for a short video and for a “keep it simple stupid” solution, but I’ve found everything to come in quite handy more than once 🙂

Alex Munoz says:

Harbor Freight!!! They also sell velcro.

Wytch says:

Those joiners/couplers are a godsend. Thanks for the great video! Very informative.

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