[rescue] Tool kits?
velociraptor at gmail.com
Tue Sep 14 11:58:52 CDT 2004
On Mon, 13 Sep 2004 21:37:51 +0300 (IDT), Geoffrey S. Mendelson
<gsm at mendelson.com> wrote:
> William Enestvedt wrote:
> > - Screwdrivers (phillips, hex, torx...?)
> get magnetic tip ones for those screws that fall in places you can't
> get to, but are not computers, electricians (insulated) ones for moments
> of insanity, and a good set of one handle and lots of oddball tips for the
> one time you need a double pin security screw.
A good set of "jeweler's" screwdrivers--the uber small stuff.
If you support Macs or server as the "telecom" people you
may also want the high quality small Torx set.
If you have a lot of Suns, make sure to squirrel away one
of the Sun CPU hex-head torque drivers, "just in case".
> > - Needle-nose pliers
> > - Wire cutter/stripper
> > - Small sockets
> > - Hex wrenches
> > - Adjustable wrench [for rack feet]
> > - Crimper for RJ45 & RJ11 (plus jacks!)
> > -A whole mess o' Rip-Tite velcro cable ties
> flash lights!!
> punch down tool for wiring blocks.
> commercial grade "F" connectors and crimping tool.
Serial adaptors if you have boxes that need 'em.
Ruler/yardstick/tape measure, permanent magic markers,
*label machine* (make it easy to label stuff and people
will label). Pens & sticky pads. Someplace to store the
kit where it will be used.
More information about the rescue