Automated cleave process for optimal cleave quality and repeatability
Universal fiber clamping mechanism
Designed for fiber cladding diameters from 125 to 550
Low cleave angles with very flat end faces, typical <0.5°
Can be powered with battery or external power supply
Available platforms that support Fujikura, Fitel, 3SAE, or use without fiber holders
The ProCleave LD II is an automatic and highly advanced fiber cleaver for large diameter fibers up to 550 μm. The cleaver is specifically designed for use in production lines where ease-ofuse, process speed and a high production yield is crucial. The cleaver is at the same time well suited for R&D environments.
ProCleave LD II generates very flat end-faces and low cleave angles (typical <0.5°) with a high repeatability.
To achieve optimal cleave performance and consistency all crucial parameters are automatically monitored and controlled.
The ProCleave LD II has an unique and universal clamping mechanism which is self adjusting to the fiber diameter applied, no external parts or accessories are required.
The ProCleave LD II can be programmed with four different cleave programs, easily selectable by the touch panel.
The ProCleave LD II is powered from an external power supply or the built in rechargeable battery.
With its small footprint and ease of use, the LFC is deal for optical work bench spaces. The LFC with fiber holder compatibility can be used with most commercially available fusion splicers and preparation tools providing a complete handling process for high yield product throughput.
Splicer: Special Applications
Large Diameter fiber (Up to 500um)
Fiber Cladding Diameter
125 to 550μm
LDF (Large Diameter Fiber), Fiber Optic End Capping, Fiber Optic Lensing, Fiber Optic Tapering, OCD (Optical Combiner Development), PCF (Photonic Crystal Fiber) Splicing, Research and Development, Fiber Cleaving and Preparation
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