Digital Fusion Splicer
GAO Tek offers an extensive lineup of fusion splicers for field splicing applications. Fiber optic fusion splicers are devices which use electric arc, laser, or gas flame to join the two end of the fibers by melting them to form one single long fiber. This has to be done in such a way that light going through the fibers is not broken or reflected back by the splice. The digital fusion splicers are widely used by professionals to install and maintain fiber systems.
Fiber fusion splicers utilize the optical image system which is made out of two high-accuracy video cameras to remove optical fiber pictures and display pictures on the screen. After that, they compute and dissect the picture through the processor CPU and give relative information. At that point, the fusion splicers make minute conformity to fiber positions until they are appropriately adjusted by the data and prompts. During the alignment process, technicians can see the fiber alignment through video cameras. After strands have been legitimately situated, the devices utilize an electronic arc to melt two optical fibers together at their end countenances, to frame a solitary long fiber. The subsequent joint, or fusion splice, for all time, joins the two glass strands end to end so that optical light flags can go from one fiber into the other without losses. Evaluated splice loss tests are then performed.
Digital fusion splicers offered by GAO Tek consist of automatic focus functions. They can run on both manual and automatic splicing mode Offered with color LCD screens, these splicers display the core and clad offset. They can be interfaced with VGA and USB which can be used for further software up gradation as well. The digital fusion splicers are designed for single mode fibers, multi-mode fibers, dispersion-shifted fibers and non-zero dispersion shifted fibers. They are perfect instruments for the installation and maintenance of fibers, cables and research center applications. Immaculate protection and parameter remuneration design make these devices usable in different environments.
Digital fusion splicers are widely used in optical fiber communications, optical cable construction and maintenance, as well as fiber to the home projects. Specifically, they are used by major telecom operators, engineering companies, enterprises and institutions’ private networks. They can also be used for the production of a range of active and passive fiber optic components and optical modules for use in an all-fiber system.
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