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Features:

The high-precision splicer, with high-speed image processing technology and special precision positioning technology, can complete the whole process of fiber splicing automatically in 9 seconds. Characterized by light weight, easy to carry and convenient to operate, fast splicing speed and low loses, it is especially suitable for optical fiber and cable projects, maintenance scientific research and teaching in telecommunications, radio and television, railway, petrochemical, electric power, military and public security and other communications fields. This machine is mainly used for the connection of optical fibers, which can be further connected with ordinary optical fiber cables, jumpers and multiple single-mode, multi-mode and dispersion-shifted quartz optical fibers with a cladding diameter of 50um-150um. Keep it clean and protect it against strong vibrations and shocks. Lighting is convenient for optical fiber installation in the evening.


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Voltage: 100V-240V

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