If you’re looking to Sell Ericsson RSU12 Spare Electrodes for Fusion Splicer
If you’re looking to Sell Ericsson FSU 15 FI Fiber Fusion Splicer
Ericcson FSU-15 FI Fusion Splicer
Ericsson’s revolutionary new fusion splicer delivers ultra fast splice time and the wrold’s shortest shrink time. This adds up to a total cycle time of less than 40 seconds. The combination of cold image alignment and warm image processing is what makes this technology sizzle.
The FSU 15 FI Field Fusion splicer introduces a completely new solution for making field splicing faster, easier and more accurate than ever before. We have combined cold core alignment and warm image processing to ensure a precise alignment process as well as extremely accurate splice loss estimation. These technologies not only do the job – they do it faster and more accurately. Splicing takes less than 15 seconds, while our new patented shrinking technology takes typically 25 seconds. The result? A total cycle of less than 40 seconds.
The splicer is designed to withstand harsh envrionmental conditions. Its lightweight, but yet robust, compact and ergonomic designm make it extremely portable.
The FSU 15 FI has a menu-driven user interface with dynamic function buttons, and a fully automatic splice process, which includes an automatic arc compensation control for altitude, temperature and humidity. Splicing has never been this easy.
- Fully automatic splice process
- Cold core alignment and warm image processing
- Ultra fast splice time
- Short shrink time
- Designed with the user in mind
- Lightweight, but yet robust
- Menu-driven user interface attachable power sources
If you’re looking to Sell Ericsson EC1 SM MM Fiber Fusion Splicer w/ Cleaver
Ericsson EC1 Fusion Splicer
The EC1 Fusion Splicer is part of the Ericsson family of compact fusion splicers designed to meet all the needs associated with repairs and installations of fiber optic cable in trunk, local, data or cable-TV networks. It is distinguished by its simplicity of operation and portability, offering efficient splicing at low-cost. In line with its user-friendliness, the EC1 comes with six predefined splicing programs that handle the most common types of single fiber splicing. In addition, the EC1 allows you to design your own splicer programs.
The EC1 comes with 6 pre-defined splicing programs that are intended to deal with the most common types of splicing :
- General single mode fiber and pigtails
- General single mode fiber
- Concentric single mode fiber
- Multimode fiber 50 µm core
- Multimode fiber 62.5 µm core
- Dispersion shifted fiber
If you’re looking to Sell Ericsson FSU 15 FA Fiber Fusion Splicer w/ Cleaver
Ericsson FSU 15 FA Specialty Fiber Fusion Splicer
With a new approach for specialty fiber splicing the FSU 15 FA combines cold image alignment with warm image processing to splice fibers with different mode field diameters. Keeping track of the core before, during and after the splice, the FSU 15 FA secures the best possible splice result. Add speed, accuracy, high strength capabilities and you have a winner.
The splicer uses a new technology for matching fibers with different mode field diameters (patent pending) and reduces loss to levels never seen before. The FSU 15 FA, will bring specialty fiber splicing to new heights. We have combined cold image alignment with warm image processing to ensure the best possible splice result, whatever fiber you are using. This also gives you extremely accurate splice loss estimation. The FSU 15 FA is equipped with fiber platforms for fiber holders to give the machine high strength capabilities. Used with the right preparation tools you can achieve splices that can match the specification of your product.
- erbium fiber splicing
- high strength capabilities
- ultra fast splice time
- cold core alignment and warm image processing
- menu-driven user interface
- arc check process
The FSU 15 FA has a menu-driven user interface with dynamic function buttons, and a fully automatic splice process, which includes an automatic arc check that compensates for changed electrode condition (e.g. electrode wear) and operating conditions (e.g. altitude, temperature and humidity). The FSU 15 FA has a MFD estimation process that will fine tune the splice loss estimator. Specialty fiber splicing has never been this easy.
If you’re looking to Sell Ericsson FSU 975 Fiber Fusion Splicer w/ Cleaver
Take all the well-known features of our FSU 925 splicer, make them better, improve performance and package everything in a design that’s even more user-friendly and simpler to operate. The result? The new FSU 975.
You get enhanced versatility and functionality plus all the benefits of Ericsson unique loss estimation method. The splicer even comes complete with software for erbium, and for attenuating and tapering fibers.
That’s not all. The FSU 975 also has a fast splicing sequence and can store data for up to 150 splices.
The FSU 975, designed for all single-mode and multimode fibers, dispersion-shifted and erbium doped fibers.
The FSU 975 features Ericsson’s unique splice loss estimation method based on the mode coupling (microbending) theory and warm image processing and also takes splicing one step further by incorporating the unique Hot Core Alignment process.
In order to splice an erbium doped fiber to a standard single mode fiber or dispersion-shifted fiber with negligible losses, Ericsson has developed special software, the Mode Field Matching process, to be used within the FSU 975. This software eliminates the problems of splicing fibers with different mode field diameters.
With Ericsson’s unique Real Time Control (RTC) procedure, a full control of the fiber offset during fusion is obtained within the Attenuator making process. The splice attenuation can be controlled up to 29dB, with a typical accuracy better then 10% and a back reflection lower then – 70dB.
With the Pulling or Tapering process, own sequence for splicing fibers can be created. Tapering software is used mainly to produce fiber end faces that serve as microlenses. Fusion splicer 975 Kit
SPECIFICATION for FSU 975
Applicable optical fibers
Single-mode and multimode silica or low melting compound glass fibers irrespective of the refractive index profiles (matched cladding or depressed cladding for 1310nm, dispersion shifted for 1550nm or dispersion flattened for both 1310 and 1550nm) and irrespective of the coatings; tight secondary or loose tube, uncoloured or coloured fiber.
Fiber cladding diameter
Software is designed to perform splicing of the fibers with the cladding diameters between 30 and 270 µm with auto aligning and between 30 and 400 µm with manual aligning.
Fiber coating diameter
Up to 2 mm of coating diameters.
Loose tube secondary coating: Double mechanical nonbare fiber clamp (exchangeable) for primary coating and loose tube. Nom 0.250/2 mm. Tight secondary coating: Mechanical (exchangeable) for unprotected fiber and tight secondary coating. Nom 0.125/1 mm. For other dimensions, please consult Ericsson.
Automatic core or cladding for single-mode and multimode fiber in the Critical Splice Area (CSA), aided by the computer controlled image processor.
Messages displayed direct in the monitor
The FSU 975 gives the operator instructions and guidelines on how to operate the splicer throughout the whole splicing sequence. These instructions are displayed in English. Additional languages on request.
The FSU 975 automatically checks the quality of fiber ends regarding cleaving angle and remaining dirt, before splicing. The limit for the cleaving angle can be programmed in steps of 0.1°, from 0.1° to 5.0°.
Splice quality evaluating function
The automatic evaluation is made by an image computer scanning of the images obtained during the fusion process (warm-splice) in the Critical Splice Area (CSA). The attenuation of the splice is analysed by a patented
method, the microbending technique. This unique technique has considerably improved the accuracy of the loss estimation. FSU 975 also estimates a splice loss when splicing is done manually. The result is presented in the built-in 3” high-resolution LCD monitor as a value in dB.
The fusion time in Automode splicing including everything from preparation control to splice loss estimation is less than 45 seconds.
The range of the operation environment temperature is 0° to +45°C. The temperature inside is controlled by a built-in fan. Humidity must not exceed 95%. The range of the storage environment temperature is -20° to +60°C. Humidity must not exceed 95%.
Length: 370 mm
Width: 220 mm
Height: 145 mm
Weight: 6.5 kg
RS-232C interface, analogue video output, Power +12V
(DC), Fuse 2A.
Arc fusion splice method
Automatic prefusion and fusion by the built-in computer. Fifty different splicing programs (10 factory defined splicing programs are read-only) can be selected in Automode or Manual mode splicing, each either with 16 programmable parameters when splicing in normal splicing process or 19 programmable parameters when splicing in other splicing processes, which are easy to change.
Discharge between electrodes:
Arc: High frequency arc
Arc time: 0.1 to 30.00s in steps of 0.1s
Arc current: 6 to 30mA in steps of 0.1mA
Every user-defined program has its own key-number and access type: OPEN (every user can read and write), READ ONLY, CONFINDENTIAL (only the owner of the program can read and write).
The Arc-on Alignment (AOA) function makes a splice loss much more stable for the fibers with a smaller core size and the carbon coated fibers. With the AOA current, the fiber ends are align inside an arc with very low current, immediately before the fine alignment to avoid possible fiber bending (jumping) during alignment.
Automatic selection of currents
Automatic selection of prefusion and fusion currents shall use the Hot Core Alignment process. When the optimal parameters are met for fusion, the currents are memorised and stored in the splicer. This considers all external parameters that would affect the splice quality such as altitude, humidity, air-pressure, electrode ware, etc.
With the altitude compensation function, all parameters for fusion currents for the corresponding altitudes above sea level will be automatically calculated with approximation and the difference in altitudes above sea level will be compensated.
Typical splice loss
Typical splice loss is 0.02 dB for identical single-mode 9/125 µm fibers.