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Optical Instruments

Optical Test equipment available includes:

  • Optical Time Domain Reflectometers (OTDRs)
    New generation of portable and intelligent measuring instruments designed for testing optical fiber communication systems
  • Fusion Splicers
    The Saluki SFS-1000 is the new standard core alignment fusion splicer. Known for its ruggedness and reliability, it is the world's best-selling single fiber fusion splicer. Also available are Core-to-core alignment fusion splicers which are light weight, with touch screen, and fast fusion and heating.
Optical Test equipment available includes: Optical Time Domain Reflectometers (OTDRs) New generation of portable and intelligent measuring instruments designed for testing optical fiber... read more »
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Optical Instruments

Optical Test equipment available includes:

  • Optical Time Domain Reflectometers (OTDRs)
    New generation of portable and intelligent measuring instruments designed for testing optical fiber communication systems
  • Fusion Splicers
    The Saluki SFS-1000 is the new standard core alignment fusion splicer. Known for its ruggedness and reliability, it is the world's best-selling single fiber fusion splicer. Also available are Core-to-core alignment fusion splicers which are light weight, with touch screen, and fast fusion and heating.
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FTTX Fusion Splicer FTTX Fusion Splicer
Saluki Technology
SK-SFS-3000

Light weight, touch screen, friendly UI, fast fusion and heating speed
€1,107.00 * €1,218.00 *
Mini-pro Optical Time Domain Reflectometer (RJ45/Optical Fiber) Mini-pro Optical Time Domain Reflectometer...
Saluki Technology
SK-S2103S

Small and economic handheld OTDR, Multi-Functions: OTDR, OPM, LS, VFL, Event Map, RJ45 Test, Flashlight
€449.00 *
Mini-pro Optical Time Domain Reflectometer (RJ45/Optical Fiber) Mini-pro Optical Time Domain Reflectometer...
Saluki Technology
SK-S2103D

Small and economic handheld OTDR, Multi-Functions: OTDR, OPM, LS, VFL, Event Map, RJ45 Test, Flashlight
€491.00 *
Fusion Splicer €“ 4 Motors Fusion Splicer €“ 4 Motors
Saluki Technology
SK-SFS-2000

4 Motors, Alignment method: Cladding alignment, manual alignment, Typical Splice loss: 0.03dB (SMF/BIF), 0.02dB (MMF),...
Price on request
Fusion Splicer €“ 6 Motors Fusion Splicer €“ 6 Motors
Saluki Technology
SK-SFS-2000H

6 Motors, Alignment method: Precise core alignment, cladding alignment, manual alignment, Typical Splice loss: 0.02dB...
Price on request
Optical Time Domain Reflectometers Optical Time Domain Reflectometers
Saluki Technology
SK-S2106

Multi-Functions: OTDR / OPM / LS / VFL / OPT / Event Map / OLT
Price on request

What types of equipment are available?

Equipment is mainly required to connect (=splice) fiber optic cables using splicing devices and test equipment (OTDR) to check an existing fiber optic cable for function and possible faults.
With a precision splitter the optical fiber is precisely shortened or straightened beforehand. This is the only way to avoid reflection problems.

What are splicing devices?

Such a device is used to connect two ends of an optical fiber.

What characterizes the different types?

  • Apart from automatic splicing by means of fusion via an arc - as in the case of Saluki's FTTX - fibers can also be spliced mechanically. Here, the ends are simply broken straight and directly held together mechanically. To do this, the break point must be highly clean. This splicing technique is also known as NENP (no-epoxy no-polish). Here, however, the attenuation in the joint is 5 to 10 times as high as with splicing.
  • Likewise, the fiber ends can also be bonded together by means of an adhesive splice.

What are relevant device criteria?

Important characteristics of an OTDR, which must be checked when purchasing and can also vary depending on the application, are of course the resolving power and the dynamic range, but also the possible distance between event dead zones (EDZ) or attenuation dead zones must be considered. The shorter the distance, the better.

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