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Optics & Photonics -> Optical Transmission Equipment & Systems -> Fiber Optic Equipment & Systems -> Fiber Optic Cable Management Devices -> Fiber Optic Fusion and Splicer

Fiber Optic Fusion and Splicer

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Optical Fiber Splicer offers large diameter capabilities.

Vytran    Morganville, NJ 07751
May 16, 2013 Precision optical fiber splicer LFS-4100 uses filament fusion technology to create high-strength, low-loss splices on standard as well as specialty fibers, including polarization maintaining (PM) fibers, photonic crystal fiber (PCF), and non-circular shapes. Designed to work with GPX-3000 Series glass processors, unit supports use on up to 1.25 mm dia fibers and includesáfull computer withálarge screen to facilitate operation.

Fusion Splicer is designed for ergonomics and durability.

Fusion Splicer is designed for ergonomics and durability.

Fujikura Europe Ltd, Fibre Optics Division    Chessington, Surrey KT9 2NY,  United Kingdom
Apr 03, 2013 Able to withstand 30 in. drop test on 6 sides, 146 x 159 x 150 mm Fujikura 70S ARC Fusion Splicer has 4.7 in. LCD monitor and is resistant toáshock, rain, and dust.áSplicing time of 11 sec is made possible with help of automated wind protector andátube heater features. Capable of performing 200 splice and heating cycles per full charge of Li-ion battery, splicer comes with detachable, built-in working table and weighs 2.7 kg (2.5 kg with AC adapter). Built-in videos facilitateátraining.

Single Fiber Fusion Splicer is compact and portable.

Fujikura Europe Ltd, Fibre Optics Division    Chessington, Surrey KT9 2NY,  United Kingdom
Feb 05, 2013 Measuring 121 x 162 x 57 mm,á12S is designed for fiber installation in small, narrow spaces. Li-ion battery lets this unit perform 100+ splices onáone charge, while fixed v-groove and dual-axis observation systemápromotes reliable splicingábetween 0.05 dB SM and 0.02 dB MM. Viable for use in indoor and outdoor conditions, splicer has Hi-Res LCD monitor that providesáclear image of fiber and carrying case that doubles asáplace-and-splice table.

Compact Digital Fiber Fusion Splicer has USB and VGA interfaces.

GAO Instruments Inc.,    Toronto   Canada
Nov 26, 2012 Model C0210002 features splicing time of 9 sec and tube heating time of 30 sec, while providing single X or Y view and simultaneous X and Y views. Offering cleave length of 8-16 mm with coating diameter of 250 Ám, unit is designed for single-mode, multi-mode, dispersion-shifted, and non-zero dispersion-shifted fiber. It operates in normal and automatic splicing modes. Compact system uses USB for data communications and also has 5.6 in. color VGA LCD and battery that runs forá160 cycles.

Handheld Fusion Splicers are optimized for usability.

OFS    Norcross, GA 30071
Sep 28, 2012 Water resistant to IPX2 and dust resistant to IP5X, FITEL« S123 Clad Alignment Splicer, S153 Active Alignment Splicer, and S178 Core Alignment Splicer have built-in battery recharger that operates during fusion splicing. Selectable display layoutálets users select preferred display style – conventional, side-by-side, or top-to-bottom comparison – for viewing fiber image during splice operation. Integrated LCD monitors promote visibility while windshield is open.

Optical Fiber Glass Processor offers large diameter capabilities.

Vytran    Morganville, NJ 07751
Jan 13, 2012 Designed to process optical fibers with diameters as large as 1.8 mm, multipurpose GPX-3600 is used for R/D and production in markets from fiber laser and sensing to medical and aerospace and defense. Users can create splices and fiber-based fused components, such as combiners, tapers, mode converters, couplers, and end caps. Uses for this system include processes such as thermal core expansion and mode field adapting.

ARC Fusion Splicers deliver plasma zone control.

Fujikura Europe Ltd, Fibre Optics Division    Chessington, Surrey KT9 2NY,  United Kingdom
Oct 01, 2010 Intended for factory, manufacturing, R/D, and lab environments, FSM-100P ARCMaster(TM) offers capabilities to control plasma zone of fusion ARC. Split v-groove clamping system accommodates optical fibers from 60-2,000 Ám, while travel range for sweep arc promotes MFD matching capability as well as ability for reshaping non-circular fibers in preparation for splicing. Splicer also offers PAS and IPA alignment technologies, splice loss estimation technology, and Internet firmware updates.

Optical Fiber Splicer handles large diameter and specialty fibers.

Vytran    Morganville, NJ 07751
Sep 15, 2010 Using filament fusion technology, Model LFS-4000 produces low-loss splices on fibers ranging from 125-900 microns in diameter. Splicer is suitable for standard and specialty fiber such as doped fibers, polarization maintaining fibers, photonic crystal fiber, and non-circular shapes. PC-based laptop software features one screen for product development that allows all of unit's functionalities, and another screen that allows only basic operator interface for volume manufacturing.

Handheld Fusion Splicer integrates active clad alignment system.

OFS, Specialty Photonics Division    Avon, CT 06001
Mar 24, 2010 Designed to endure harsh operating conditions, RoHS-compliant FITEL« S153A has rubber pads for shock/impact resistance and is water/dust resistant to IPX2/IP5X. Protection sleeve shrink time is 25 sec with pre-heating mode, splicing requires 9 sec, and up to 200 splicing cycles can be performed on one charge of 2 built-in rechargeable batteries. Tool can splice telecommunication fibers such as SM/MM as well as bend insensitive fiber and ultra bend insensitive fiber.

Fusion Splicer features reversible monitor.

Gao Tek    Toronto M1B2K4  Canada
Feb 09, 2010 Designed for dispersion-shifted fiber, non-zero dispersion-shifted fiber, and erbium-doped fiber, Model 730 offers splicing time of 8 sec and tube heating time of 40 sec. Unit provides auto-check of fiber end-face, auto-calculation of splicing loss, and simultaneous X and Y views. Delivering 256x magnification, Model 730 stores up to 8,000 groups of splice results and features average splice loss of 0.02, 0.01, 0.04, and 0.04 dB, respectively, for SM, MM, DS, and NZDS fibers.

Fusion Splicer features mirror-free alignment system.

OFS, Specialty Photonics Division    Avon, CT 06001
Jan 21, 2010 Featuring canopy design, metal body frame, and rubber shock absorbers, FITEL« S178 Core-Alignment Fusion Splicer endures harsh environmental conditions. Handheld unit can splice in 7 seconds and heat in 25 seconds. Available for all METRO/LAN/FTTX fibers, S178 utilizes battery system that provides up to 200 splice and heat cycles.

Single Fiber Fusion Splicer operates automatically.

GAO FiberOptics Inc.    Toronto   Canada
May 29, 2009 Designed for splicing dispersion shifted, non-zero dispersion shifted, and erbium doped fibers, single fiber fusion splicer GAO1202 has auto-check end-face of fiber function, auto-calculation of splicing loss and auto-select suitable fusion program. Mechanical splices typically only have 0.01-0.02 dB loss. Unit automatically adjusts to environmental conditions such as temperature and humidity. Pressure sensors provide constant feedback control for regulation of fusion arc temperature.

Fiber Splices hasten on-site analog video installation.

3M Co., Electronic Products Div.    Austin, TX 78726
Jan 07, 2009 Suited for restoration or permanent splicing, Fibrlok products enable accelerated, on-site installation of 250 micron and 900 micron fiber for analog video applications. Fibrlok II Angle Fiber Splice 2529-AS, designed for CATV or FTTH networks, can splice any combination of 250 micron and 900 micron fibers. Fibrlok 250um Angle Fiber Splice 2540-AS can splice 250 micron fiber with smaller form factor. Both deliver minimal optical reflections across temperature extremes.

Fusion Splicer offers 8 sec fusion splice time.

Fusion Splicer offers 8 sec fusion splice time.

Gao Tek    Toronto M1B2K4  Canada
Sep 17, 2008 With sleeve shrinking time of 40 sec, Model GAO-730 Fiber Optic Fusion Splicer can splice dispersion shifted, non-zero dispersion shifted, and erbium doped fibers. It automatically adjusts to environmental conditions by using temperature, humidity, and pressure sensors to provide constant feedback control to regulate fusion arc temperature. Unit has optional capability to communicate in several languages, including English, Spanish, Chinese, Korean, and Russian.

Fusion Splicer features 8-sec fusion splice time.

GAO FiberOptics Inc.    Toronto   Canada
Sep 05, 2008 Maintaining continuous optical waveguide by melting 2 fibers together, GAO730 Fiber Optic Fusion Splicer automatically adjusts to environmental conditions by using temperature, humidity, and pressure sensors to provide constant feedback control to regulate fusion arc temperature. Average fusion splice loss is 0.02 dB for singlemode fiber and 0.01 dB for multimode fiber. Unit also splices dispersion shifted, non-zero dispersion shifted, and erbium doped fibers.

Fusion Splicer targets LAN applications.

Corning Cable Systems    Hickory, NC 28603-0489
Jul 25, 2008 Designed with maintenance-free electrodes, OptiSplice« M90e uses LID-SYSTEM(TM) Unit to optimize core alignment in X, Y, and Z axes. Auto fusion time control monitors power level through splice and completes fusing process when splice loss is at minimum. Based on 3-dimensional cameras, Core Detection System allows for 13 sec single-mode core-alignment on 250 or 900 micron-coated fibers, bend-insensitive fibers such as ClearCurve(TM), or fibers with live traffic.

Splicer is aimed at FTTH market.

Fujikura Europe Ltd, Fibre Optics Division    Chessington, Surrey KT9 2NY,  United Kingdom
Aug 13, 2007 Capable of splicing standard telecom fiber from 250-900 Ám with single-handed action, Universal Mechanical Splice (UMS) system allows engineers to perform essential fiber connections, facilitating rapid deployments. Meeting Telcordia GR-765-CORE Generic Requirements, unit offers maximum insertion loss of 0.5 dB and average return loss of 40 dB. Handheld wedge tool device measures 142 x 57 x 22 mm.

Fusion Splicers are suited for all types of fiber optics.

Fujikura Europe Ltd, Fibre Optics Division    Chessington, Surrey KT9 2NY,  United Kingdom
Aug 07, 2007 With Large Diameter Fiber (LDF) splicing capability, LDF series fusion splicers employ arc fusion technique, eliminating need of external gas supply. Intuitive graphical interface enables users to program automated alignment system, reducing user error when splicing complex fibers such as polarization maintaining fiber. Designed for OEMs, R&D establishments, and medical/automotive industry, products are equipped with wide view cameras and attenuation modes.

Handheld Fusion Splicers are suited for FTTx applications.

Corning Cable Systems    Hickory, NC 28603-0489
Nov 03, 2006 Able to work in space-restricted areas, handheld 1-12 fiber OptiSplice(TM) Ribbon Fusion Splicer and single-fiber OptiSplice One Fusion Splicer have ergonomic layout in which splice area, screen, and keypad face operator. Single-fiber model includes intuitive user interface, dual cameras, toolless maintenance, and heat-shrink oven. Both are available with modular accessories for use in different fiber-to-the-x (FTTx) applications, including aerial, ground-level, and at home.

Optical Fusion Splicer offers low field-splice loss.

Optical Fusion Splicer offers low field-splice loss.

Corning Cable Systems    Hickory, NC 28603-0489
Jun 13, 2006 OptiSplice(TM) Premier M90i Fusion Splicer includes core detection system technology for video core alignment and LID-SYSTEM« unit monitors light injected into core of fibers for precise core alignment, real-time splice optimization during fusion, and splice loss evaluation. Splicer features on-board training videos, remote service capabilities via Internet, buttonless splice process operation, heat-shrink oven, and GUI with touchscreen.

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