Splicing

  1. Fusion Splicer & Cleaver – They’re a Team! Service & Calibration Isn’t Complete Without Both Pieces of Equipment

    Fusion Splicer & Cleaver – They’re a Team!   Service & Calibration Isn’t Complete Without Both Pieces of Equipment   You Need to Have Maintenance and Calibration Conducted on both Your Splicer and Cleaver! In the world of fiber optic calibration and maintenance, one of the most popular items to be serviced is the fusion splicer. Hands down what most would call one of the most important and used pieces of equipment in the fiber optic world. This tool Read more...
  2. What are the Different Types of Fiber Optic Fusion Splicers?

    What are the Different Types of Fiber Optic Fusion Splicers?   Choose the right splicer   You've probably heard the term fusion splicer before, but in case you haven't - an optical fiber fusion splicer is used to "splice" or fuse two separate pieces of glass optical fibers together - whether the optical fiber type is singlemode fiber or multimode fiber. The goal is to join the two pieces Read more...
  3. Fiber Optic Fusion Splicing – Arc Checking and Maintenance

    Fiber Optic Fusion Splicing – Arc Checking and Maintenance DASHBOARD NET TERMS SALES                 CATALOG         CUSTOMERS           MAGEARRAY EXTENSIONS     ZEMEZ   & Read more...
  4. Fusion Splicing the Complete Guide

    Fusion Splicing the Complete Guide What is Fusion Splicing? This is a method of connecting two pieces of optical fiber. The ends of two pieces of fiber are mated in a precise way so that light can travel through the fiber. The joining of the two fiber ends must be done in such a manner that the light is not scattered as it passes through the location of the two spliced ends. This Read more...
  5. Which Fiber Optic Fusion Splicer Should I Purchase?

    Which Fiber Optic Fusion Splicer Should I Purchase?   Which Fiber Optic Fusion Splicer Should I Purchase? Your clients or bosses have tasked you with fusion splicing fiber optic cable. Or the job in hand involves splicing and terminating various types of fiber optic connectors. But your project specifications demand the use of fusion splicing to join or terminate the fibers while minimizing Read more...

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