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SPARTANBURG, S.C., June 30, 2021 — Fiber CleaversAFL has announced the Fujikura series of large-diameter cleavers.

The CT-104+ fiber cleaver features a manual clamping system that supports 80- to 600-µm cladding diameter. The CT-105+ fiber cleaver features an automatic clamping system for fiber with 80- to 1250-µm cladding diameter. The CT-106+ fiber cleaver features an automatic clamping system for fiber with 80- to 1250-µm cladding diameter and an angled cleaving function of up to 15° on fibers up to 800 µm.

The CT105+ and CT-106+ cleavers feature a technology that finds the optimum clamping force automatically and accurately. All LDF cleavers in this series consist of a color LCD that shows cleaving progress and recommended insert size depending on fiber coating and cladding diameter.


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Jun 2021
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