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ARCMaster® FSM-100M and FSM-100P Fusion Splicers

FSM-100P+
FSM-100P FSM-100P+

Features:

  • Patented “split v-groove” clamping system
  • Dual PM alignment technologies
  • “Plasma Zone” fiber positioning
  • Special arc calibration technology
  • Improved splice loss estimation technology
  • Zero degree fiber holder position
  • Enhanced sweep arc technology
  • Production friendly design
  • Internet firmware updates
  • Polarization maintaining (PM) splice alignment

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Description

Whether splicing similar fiber types or double clad LDF fibers for high power lasers, the ARCMaster® series splicers provide multiple solutions for diverse production needs. With State of the ARC® technology, the ARCMaster® sets the standard for fusion splicing with a multitude of new features designed to make splicing easier.

The patent-pending “split v-groove” fiber clamping system accommodates optical fiber
ranges from 60 to 2000ìm for cladding or coating without changing v-grooves or fiber
clamps. The “Plasma Zone” fiber positioning system incorporates multiple fiber and
electrode positioning techniques to provide unprecedented versatility for splicing LDF,
heat sensitive or small diameter fibers.

With a new fiber imaging technology, Interrelation Profile Alignment (IPA), alignment and
splicing capabilities are possible with virtually any PM fiber type. Longer fiber tapering
application is possible with Fujikura’s Sweep Arc technology. Incorporating PAS (cold
fiber image) and WSI (warm image) technologies, the optical analysis system provides a number of advanced features including improved loss estimation capabilities, fiber image performance with both LDF, small or heat sensitive fibers.

Users can program multi-step glass processing operations to include non-splicing
operations such as generating tapers or lenses. Dual LCD monitors provide enhanced data and graphical information that is user-selectable during each stage of the splicing process. Both units are designed with the needs for production in mind and are suitable for the most popular production workstations.