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Fusion splicing is the act of joining two optical fibres end-to-end using heat. The goal is to fuse the two fibres together in such a way that the light passing through is not scattered or reflected by the splice. The first step of fusing is to remove the coating of the end of each fibre, the stripping of the fibre.Then the fibre is cleaved, using a special cleaver, so both ends of the fibres are perfectly flat and perpendicular to the axis of the fibre. After this, the fibres are clamped upon the machine. The two endfaces are controlled and aligned by the inspection microscope and then fused together by the two electrodes. When the fusion is complete, the bare fibre area is protected by a splice protector. The splice machines we offer are from Fujikura, the most widely used brand in the world and known for their performance, productivity and reliability.
FSM-41S Fusion Splicer
The Fujikura 41S is Active V-groove splicer. By using Bluetooth technology, the 41S wirelessly connects to the CT50 fibre cleaver and enables a range of pioneering features that will improve the overall installation time, cost and efficiency for operators. The 41S also has the unique capability to estimate splice loss with greater accuracy, using a New Core Loss Estimation Function.
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FSM-70S+ Fusion Splicer
The Fujikura 70S+ is the world’s fastest and most robust core alignment fusion splicer covering varied splicing needs in those fields with a series of innovative features, such as automated wind protector / tube heaters, 6 seconds splicing and 9 seconds tube heating, ruggedized body, improved carrying case, wireless communication functions, etc. They are all for great splicing efficiency.
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FSM-70R+ Ribbon Fusion Splicer
The Fujikura 70R+ is the world's fastest and most ruggedised ribbon fusion splicer. The 70R+ delivers a splice and heat cycle time of approximately 51 seconds. Incorporating new automated features and on-board instructional videos, it sets the benchmark in speed, ease of use and optical performance