Fiber-optic Splicing

Fusion Splicer.

fiber-splicingThis particular device allows us to fuse fiber-optical glass together with minimal light loss at the splice point. After a quality splice, a Splice Sleeve or “shrink” is applied evenly across the splice and placed into the tube heater where it melts / shrinks over the splice point. The Splice Sleeve is designed with a stainless-steel rod that is ideal for protecting fusion fiber optic splices.



fiber splicingFiber-optic Cable Configuration.
Prepare fibers, and configure in “splice trays”. Experienced with multiple styles of enclosures. From the smaller “A” enclosure, up to the larger “D” enclosure. Aerial / Underground slack configuration for splice locations.




fiber splicingSplice and Test Fiber-optic Cables. 
We splice different types of fiber-optic cables (single mode, multiple-mode, and ribbon fibers). Perform straight / butt splices, ring-cuts, re-directs, and fiber-optic terminations. Node splicing. Work with C.W.D.M., and D.W.D.M. filters. Managing multiple wave-lengths with in a single fiber. O.T.D.R’s help us to test fibers / light levels. Great asset for trouble shooting, or gathering light loss data for customer. Wavelengths used: 1310nm, 1431nm, 1451nm, 1471nm, 1491nm, 1511nm, 1531nm, 1551nm, 1571nm, 1611nm.




TRAN SPLICEFiber Termination.
Fiber Distribution Panels (FDP’s). Work with wall, or rack mounts  for equipment (site specific).