Splicing Machines

In fusion splicing a machine is used to precisely align the two fiber ends then the glass ends are “fused” or “welded” together using some type of heat or electric arc. This produces a continuous connection between the fibers enabling very low loss light transmission.

Following are different types of fusion splicing machines.


Fiber Fusion Splicer SI83PM

Fiber Fusion Splicing Machine Furukawa SI83PM Splicing Machine.

Fiber Fusion Splicer S178LDF

The FITEL S178LDF Core Alignment Large Diameter Fiber Fusion Splicer is able to splice fibers of up to 450μm in cladding diameter.

Fiber Fusion Splicer S178A

The S178A Hand-Held Core-Alignment Fusion Splicer has been enhanced and updated to version 2.

Fiber Fusion Splicer S153A

The S153A Active 3 Axis Cladding Alignment Fusion Splicer has been enhanced and updated to version 2.

Fiber Fusion Splicer S123C

Fiber Fusion Splicing Machine Furukawa S123C Hand Held splicing machine.

Ribbon Fiber Fusion Splicer S123M Series

The S123M Series Hand-Held Ribbon Fiber Fusion Splicers have been enhanced and updated to version 2.