Automatic fiber cleaving
A common feature is the automated cleaving process intended to provide consistent results and high production yield in volume manufacturing environments. Low maintenance requirements ensures trouble free operation during long periods of operation. Open interface for integration into automated production systems.
Fiber holder solutions are available for use with fusion splicers from Fujikura, Furukawa/FITEL and Vytran. Dual fiber holder positions for confortable use with FSM-100 fusion splicers.
Advanced cleaver for standard and large diameter fibers with cladding diameters between 80 and 600 micrometer. Consistent cleaving results with typical end face angles below 0.3 degrees. Dual fiber holder positions for FSM-100 series splicers.
Fully automatic, ultra high-precision fiber cleaver with a typical cleave angle of less than 0.3 degrees. Designed for industrial applications where reliability and a high production yield are required. Open interface for integration into automated production systems.
Precision cleaver for large diameter and specialty optical fibers. Suitable for laboratory and manufacturing environments. Produces typical cleave angles of less than 0.5 degrees on fiber from 230 up to 1000 micrometer in cladding diameter.
Automatic system for precision angled cleaving of circular large diameter fibers. Designed to provide perpendicular and angled cleaving capability on fibers with cladding diameters between 230 and 800 micrometer.
Specialty fiber cleaver with adjustable clamping force. Designed for processing brittle fiber types such as microstructured and air-clad fiber as well as homogeneous larg diameter fibers.
Automated fiber cleaving system for bare fiber length control. Enables repeatable precision cleaving to a specific bare fiber length.
ANGLE CLEAVING UNIT™
Angle cleaving for large diameter fiber
Available as an add-on the the AUTOCLEAVER LDF™, this unit produces accurately angled cleaves of up to 15 degrees on large diameter fibers with cladding diameters from 250 µm to 1000 µm.