FUJIKURA Fusion Splicers
Once your fibres have been stripped cleaned and cleaved, your’e ready for fusion splicing! There are two different types of fusion splicing machines: Core Alignment Fusion Splicer or a Cladding Alignment Fusion Splicer.
Fusion splicing is a procedure where two fibre cores are joined together by melting the ends using an electric arc, similar to welding. Precision is key and fusion splicing machines have the technology to align, heat and melt the glass fibres before splicing them back together. Each machine will make minute adjustments to the fibres position until the core or cladding are seamlessly aligned.
You will marvel at how precise these hi-tech, world leading machines are by watching the splicing being performed on high contrast screens, which magnify the process.
Splice protectors are used to safeguard the point of fusion as it creates extra stability when the joined fibres are placed in a fibre splice tray. The heat shrinking feature allows the splice protectors to be sealed around the newly spliced fibre using the same machine.
There are many different types of Core and Cladding Fusion Splicing machines available. So, if you can’t see the machine you’re looking for or want to discuss which fusion splicing machine would best for you, send us an email using the contact information at the bottom of the page or via the contact page on our website and one of our team members will get in touch!
The Fujikura 70S Core Alignment Fusion Splicer comes with a large 4.7" colour screen and has fully automated wind cover and heater. With the Fujikura 70S quick splicing speed of 7 seconds and heat shrinking of 14 seconds, the long life battery provides up to 200 splices and heat cycles per charge.Read More ...
The Fujikura 70S Cladding Alignment Fusion Splicer comes with a large 4.3" colour screen and designed for optimal performance in cost effective fusion splicing. With the Fujikura 12S splicing speed of 15 seconds and heat shrinking of 30 seconds, the long life battery provides up to 100 splices and heat cycles per charge.Read More ...