One of the most critical maintenance tasks of fusion splicing equipment is cleaver maintenance. In addition to cleaning the clamp pads, blade rotation is the most common maintenance requirement for cleavers.
AFL is launching the Fujikura CT50 fiber cleaver with innovative new features including Bluetooth capabilit...
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In the June 2020 issue of Cabling Installation & Maintenance, AFL applications engineer Lucas Mays wrote about discovering new ways to efficiently connect in our fast-paced, ever changing world.
Seán Adam, AFL's vice president of market strategy and innovations, wrote the feature article of ICT Today's April/May/June 2020 issue, focusing on the need for a rich optical fiber infrastructure.
Seán Adam, VP Market Strategy & Innovation, interviewed by CI&M at BICSI 2020, talks our three areas of focus for 2020, ASCEND high density modular platform and Fujikura 90 series fusion splicers.
The Fujikura 90R is the mass fusion splicer workhorse of the splicing world. As data demand continues to rise, the solution to handle the increased traffic is to increase fiber counts.
The new tool saves time and money by eliminating inefficiencies such as glue cure time and contamination of splicing equipment.
Designed to maximize productivity and minimize downtime, the new Fujikura splicers feature ergonomic improvements and other enhancements to automate operation.
AFL introduces the Fujikura 90S Core Alignment Fusion Splicer w/ Active Blade Management with the CT50 Optical Cleaver.
Maintenance Instructions for the Fujikura 90R and 90S Fusion Splicer including: cleaning v-grooves, cleaning camera lenses, ARC calibrations, replacing electrodes, diagnostic tests and more.
This white paper will introduce the larger categories of splice loss estimation methods and applications to better explain in context how the Fujikura's 41S splicer estimation technique performs.
AFL presenta la empalmadora 90S de Fujikura con alineación de núcleos y la CT50 cortadora con manejo activa de la cuchilla.
La 90R es una empalmadora de fibras múltiples con condiciones estables para realizar empalmes hasta 12 fibras. Puede empalmar cinta encapsulada convencional, así como diferentes cintas, incluyendo el
AFL application engineer, Lucas Mays, reflections on his experience at the Fall 2019 BICSO conference while also winning an innovation award.
AFL investigates and documents each aspect of the cable joining and the ribbon fiber splicing process of ultra-high density fiber optic cable in data center applications and new access networks.
This white paper aims to educate the industry on the different splicer technologies, using technical and data differentiators as opposed to marketing verbiage.
AFL was recognized with three awards: platinum for its Bluetooth®-enabled splicing family; gold for FlexScan® Quad OTDR; and silver for FOCIS Lightning.
Cost study: Compared to a traditional splicer-cleaver combination, a Bluetooth-enabled splicer/cleaver combination produce a 76% cost of ownership reduction and weeks of time reclaimed.
A blog focusing on the Fujikura 41S fusion splicer and its loss estimation advantage compared to other cladding alignment splicers.
En el mundo de las empalmadoras, Fujikura fue el primero en utilizar tecnología de Bluetooth en una manera que se traduce en verdaderos ahorros monetarios.
With the 41S you can achieve splice analysis never before seen in an active cladding alignment splicer. And pairing the 41S with the superior cleaving efficiency of the Bluetooth enabled CT50 creates
AFL Application Engineer Lucas Mays explains the challenges and options available when splicing 200µm fibers.