Fiber Optic Splicing
In comparison with other techniques for making fiber joints, fusion splicing has some substantial advantages:
No other method promises lower transition losses and weaker reflections. The resulting joints are very stable, i.e., no alignment needs to be maintained, and no dust can affect the joint. No parts or materials are required, except for protecting the fiber after splicing. At Data Tech we Fusion Splicing Fiber Optics to ensure your network will be stoppable.
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Fusion Splicing Fiber Optic is the most reliable method for connecting fiber optics. In this video clip we show a 6 strand optical fiber cable being fusion spliced with factory pigtails. Each fiber optic strand is tested with an OTDR and or a power meter light source ensuring top performance for your network.