Fusion Fiber Splicing
A 21st Century Approach to Splicing Fiber
Fiber Splicing: Old Tedious Way
Fiber optic cables used to be hand polished. The fibers had to be carefully cleaned and polished. This method was both costly and time consuming. A normal splicing job would take several hours and any minor slip would dramatically affect the data transfer quality.
Fiber Splicing, The Modern Approach
Using a Fitel s121m Fusion Splicer, we can now splice fiber faster and with much higher quality. The Fusion Splicer carefully cuts the fiber and uses an electrical arc to fuse together the two pieces of glass. The device also has a special heat-activated tube application process built in to protect the connections. With this technology, we are able to achieve extremely high-quality fiber connections in a fraction of the time that mechanical splicing would take. Because the fibers are actually fused together, instead of just hand polished, data integrity remains very high and the connections are more secure.
Network Cabling: The Fluke DTX 1800
Relax, We Use The Best Tester on the Market
We know how important your connections are. Poor wiring resulting in a high bit error rate can ruin the best planned networks and systems. That’s why we always rely on our Fluke DTX 1800 Cable Analyzer for testing.
The Fluke DTX 1800 is the best tester on the market. It allows us to thoroughly test your connections in a fraction of a conventional tester. The DTX 1800 gives Level IV Accuracy, and exceptional troubleshooting diagnostics so if any problems arise, we know exactly what to fix or replace.
Structured Wiring: Fiber Modules
Because we care about your data, we make sure we have the right modules to meet the job. Some of our clients use non-standard connections, and it has been important for us to buy fiber modules to meet their needs. Fiber modules allow us to use the Fluke DTX 1800 to test fiber lines and connections with the same accuracy as traditional cabling.