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Optics & Photonics -> Optical Transmission Equipment & Systems -> Fiber Optic Equipment & Systems -> Fiber Optic Cleavers

Fiber Optic Cleavers

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Optical Fiber Cleavers support high-volume manufacturing.

Vytran    Morganville, NJ 07751
Oct 03, 2013 Featuring tension-and-scribe cleaving technology, Models CAC-400 and CAC-400-A enable automated production of fiber lasers, fiber-based medical and sensing devices, and other fiber components. CAC-400 produces flat cleaves with quality end-face finishes on standard and specialty fibers from 60–600 microns in diameter, while CAC-400-A creates both flat and angled cleaves. Both feature Precision Cleave™ technology for optimal cleave positioning, cleave consistency, and mirror-like facet quality.

Optical Fiber Cleaver uses tension-and-scribe technology.

Vytran    Morganville, NJ 07751
May 15, 2012 Designed for 80-200 micron fiber diameters, Model PFC-400 produces flat, clean, low end-angle cleaves on single-mode, multi-mode, polarization-maintaining, and other specialty fibers. Shared transfer clip with CAS-4000 Series splicers allows user to move optical fiber from PFC-400 to CAS splicer without compromising fiber positioning. Measuring 3.0 x 6.0 x 5.9 in., portable battery-operated unit is suited for fiber laser, aerospace/defense, telecom, medical, sensing, and research applications.

Optical Fiber Cleaver handles fibers up to 1.25 mm diameter.

Vytran    Morganville, NJ 07751
May 12, 2010 Using tension and scribe technology, Model LDC-400 produces precise, consistent cleaves with mirror-quality end-face finishes. Automated unit can produce flat and angled cleaves up to 15° on fibers ranging from 80 microns to 1.25 mm in diameter. It features programmable cleave tension, rotation angle, and scribe conditions, as well as special processes for cleaving photonic crystal fiber, polarization maintaining fibers, or capillary laser systems.

Fiber Cleaving System is designed for 125-650 µm wire.

3Sae    Franklin, TN 37067
Feb 17, 2010 Liquid Clamp Cleaver(TM), designed for all standard cladding size and large diameter fiber, features lead- and cadmium-free metal alloy ingot that melts below boiling point of water. Ingot solidifies tightly around optical fiber when cooled, allowing torque-free clamping even of non-round fibers. Solid-state temperature control system melts and chills alloy as needed. Unit's LCD screen provides status updates, instructions, and access to menu that allows use of up to 10 cleaving programs.

Cleaver features laser-based operation.

Sagitta Inc.    Hauppauge, NY 11788
Mar 03, 2005 Utilizing technology from Corning Cable Systems, non-contact COMET™ provides automated cleaving of fiber optic connectors. It augments existing Gemini-Cx processing cell, which integrates polishing, cleaning, and inspection in single manufacturing platform for production of simplex and multifiber optical connectors.

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