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Optical Fiber Testing

Photonics Spectra
May 2010
M2 Optics Inc.Request Info
M2 Optics Inc. has released the FiberLab 800HE testing platform for applications involving rough handling and harsh conditions, including field and laboratory testing, manufacturing environments and military systems. The company also is making the platform available for customization with preconfigured flaws in the fiber to support CATV and telecom test equipment training. Training configurations include fiber with fusion splices, mechanical splices and/or connectors at customer-specified locations along the fiber. A protective enclosure contains the fiber and holds panel-mounted optical connectors to prevent damage, to facilitate handling and to minimize the space required for fiber-based tests. Customers can specify any fiber type and name by manufacturer, any length up to 25 km and a connector type with any angle polish.


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Hardware installed on fiber cable ends to provide cable attachment to a transmitter, receiver or other cable. Usually a device that can be connected and disconnected repeatedly.  
fusion splice
A splice accomplished by the application of localized heat sufficient to fuse or melt the ends of two lengths of optical fiber, forming a continuous single fiber.
A permanent joint whose purpose is to couple optical power among two or more ports. Also, a device whose purpose is to couple optical power between a waveguide and a source or detector.
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