The 3SAE Thermal Strippers are compact, easy-to-use fiber stripping units designed to thermo-mechanically remove coatings from optical fibers.
The High Strength Thermal Stripper supports standard 125 μm optical fibers, including 250 μm, 400 μm, and 900 μm coated fibers. Adjustable temperature and time settings allow it to adapt to stripping a variety of different coatings. The precision, self-centering blade design produces high strength stripping performance unmatched by previous flat blade strippers.
The High Strength Adjustable Thermal Stripper supports optical fibers with cladding diameters from 30 μm to 1000 μm, with buffer diameters up to 1200 μm. This includes standard 250 μm, 400 μm, and 900 μm coated fibers. Adjustable temperature and time settings allow it to adapt to stripping a variety of different coatings and cladding sizes.
3SAE's complete line of preparation tools, including the 3SAE Thermal Strippers, are configurable for use with Fitel, Fujikura, 3SAE or Ericsson fiber holders. Use of fiber holders provides a repeatable handling process across strip, clean, cleave and splice equipment for high strength splicing and improved yield.
3SAE's complete line of fiber holder compatible preparation tools incorporates the 3SAE Thermal Stripper, 3SAE Ultrasonic Cleaner, and 3SAE fiber cleavers.
Compact, low-maintenance bench top design
High Strength version supports standard 125 μm acrylate coated fiber with buffer diameters up to 900 μm
Adjustable temperature and time settings to accommodate different
Available Fitel, Fujikura, 3SAE or Ericsson fiber holder compatible platforms
Optional generic clamp for use without fiber holders
Dimensions: 129.5 (W) x 73.5 (D) x 71 (H) mm
Weight: 445 grams
Power Source: Input: 100 - 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz
Supported Fiber Types: High Strength: 125 μm coated; Adjustable: 30
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