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Bluetooth Splicing Cost Study

April 22, 2019 Lucas Mays

Next-Generation Splicers — How Enhanced Cleaver and Splicer Functionality via Bluetooth® Produces Monetary Savings

In the splicing world, Fujikura was the first to use Bluetooth technology in a way that translates to true monetary savings. When you compare the Bluetooth-enabled splicer/cleaver combination to a traditional splicer-cleaver combination, you realize a 76% cost of ownership reduction and weeks of time reclaimed. These savings, in tandem with our industry-leading reliability, quality, and support of our products, make choosing Fujikura Bluetooth-enabled splicers an easy decision. Read the cost study to learn more.

About the Author

Lucas Mays

Lucas Mays is an Applications Engineer for field fusion splicers and accessories at AFL. He has previous optics industry experience both in the field as a splicer/installer and as an engineer working in R&D and product development. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Physics from the University of Louisville where he focused in optical sciences, driving his enthusiasm for his work at AFL.

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