PG-FS16 4motors and 6 motors Full automatic Fusion Splicer

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PG-FS16 4motors and 6 motors Full automatic Fusion Splicer

 

Product Overview:

Piogoods Series Optical Fiber Fusion Splicer is small size optical fiber fusions splicer, mainly used for fusion and protection of common communications fibers. The rich functionality and ultra-low splice loss make the splicer adaptive to fiber splicing in various environments. It is featured with small size, light weight, high

reliability, and greater environmental adaptability, dust-resistant, water-resistant and shock-resistant. Multiple fusion modes and heating modes are available to meet diversified customers’ demands. Fiber loading becomes more convenient and accurate thanks to the ceramic V-groove of high precision, which is easy for clean and maintenance. The splicer is capable of dual-directional fusion. The monitor is a touch screen delivers fresh designed graphical interfaces, which are simple for operation. The modular pluggable lithium-ion battery of large-capacity ensures long-time field operations. The auto environment compensation system greatly improves adaptability of the splicer to hostile environments, so that low-loss splice can be remained consistent in various environments.

 

Main Characteristics:

Small size, light weight

7s fast splicing, 18s highly efficient heating

700/320 times image magnification, 5mm fusing for ultra-short cleave length

300 groups of splice modes, 100 groups of heating modes, 10000 groups of fusion records /64 images storage

Ceramic presser foot, ceramic V-groove, all-in-one fixture

Dual-directional fusing, auto fusing, intelligent heat shrink

USB and SD card interface, auto update of U disk

Built-in modular lithium-ion battery, at least 250 counts of splicing and heating cycles

GUI (graphical user interface) and touch screen, convenient for operation

Dust-resistant, water-resistant, shock-resistant, greater environment adaptability

Language: Russian, Spanish, French, German, English, Portuguese, Thai

 

All-in-one fixer:

The all-in-one fixture meet fusion demands of multiple optical fibers, jumpers and rubber-insulted

wires with a cladding diameter of 80~150μm.

Graphical interfaces and touch screen:

The Machine have entirely new GUI and touch screen in design. Operators can set up the splicer and

get to know relevant information of it simply and directly by graphical interfaces.

Entirely new GUI graphical interfaces and touch screen

Intelligent heat shrink:

A detection unit is embedded in the heater. The heating function will only be enabled when the

protection sleeve is put in the heater, to avoid mishandling.

Heat and detection unit

Pluggable lithium-ion battery of large-capacity:

The built-in pluggable lithium-ion battery of large capacity can answer working demand lasting all

day long (typical 250 counts of splicing and heating cycles).

Ceramic V-groove and ceramic presser foot:

Ceramic V-groove with high precision brings you convenient and accurate placement of optical

fibers and makes cleanup easy.

High-precision ceramic V-groove and presser foot

Carrying case:

The carrying case is novel in design and light in weight, has built-in compact working bench.

Open or close the cover can turn it to a working bench.

Typical Applications:

PG-FS16 Series Optical Fiber Fusion Splicer is compact equipment deploying the design of ergonomics, which delivers convenient operation and handy carrying case. Event very short fibers can be spliced easily. It’s capable of construction and maintenance of optical fiber line projects (including trunk), emergency repair, production and test of optical fiber devices and research and study in institutes.

Typical application of PG-FS16 Optical Fiber Fusion Splicer

 

Technical Specifications:

         Model

Specification

PG-FS16 A

PG-FS16 B

Motor quantity

Motor quantity

Motor quantity

6 motors

4 motors

Alignment method

Precise core alignment, Cladding alignment, Manual alignment

Cladding alignment,

Manual alignment

Applicable fibers

Any common optical fibers, rubber-insulated fibers and jumpers that meet requirements of ITU-TG.651~653, ITU-TG.655 and ITU-TG.657.

Optical fiber diameter

Cladding :80150μm, coating layer: 0.13mm

Cleave length

5~16mm (coated optical fiber diameter ≤ 250μm)

10mm (coated optical fiber diameter: 0.25~3mm)

Splice losstypical

0.02dBSMF; 0.01dBMMF;

0.03dBSMF; 0.02dBMMF

0.04dBDSF; 0.04dBNZDSF

0.04dBDSF; 0.04dBNZDSF

Return loss

Better than 60dB

Splicing time (typical)

7s (Fast mode)

Heating time (typical)

Less than 18s

Tension test

1.962.25N

Protection sleeve

60mm, 40mm and a series of protection sleeves

Graphical display

High-performance 4.3 inch LCD

Magnification time

700 times/200 times

320 times/88 times

Fusion records

10000 groups/64 images

Remote maintenance

N/A

Battery capacity

11.1V, ≥6400mAh

Battery service life

Cycle charging: 300500 counts, can be replaced by customers

Electrode service life

Typical: 4000 counts, can be replaced by customers

Construction lighting

Built-in lights with high-brightness and wide lighting area

Working environment

Temp:-1050℃Hum: 095%RHheight above sea level: 06000m

Operation interfaces

GUI (graphical user interfaces)

External power

AC: 100240V, 60Hz, 01.5A; DC: 1015V

Port

USB / SD

Dimensions

120mmW×130mmH×154mmD)(without rubber anti-vibration pad

Weight

1.8kg no battery

1.65kgno battery

2.1kg with battery

1.95kgwith battery

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