Fiber optic splicing is a technique for connecting fiber optic cables to allow end-to-end light transmission.
There are different types of fiber optic splicing, such as mechanical splicing and fusion splicing.
With mechanical splicing, the ends of the fiber optic cables are inserted into a special holding device and pressed
together. This method is quick and easy, but the transmission quality is lower than with fusion splicing.
Fusion splicing, on the other hand, requires special equipment and skills, in which the ends of the fiber optic cables
are melted and joined using an electric flame. This method enables higher transmission quality, but is more complex than mechanical splicing.
An important prerequisite for a successful fiber optic splice is the clean and precise preparation of the fiber optic cable ends.
This includes cleaning, sanding and polishing the ends to ensure they can be joined together in perfect alignment.
Fiber optic splicing is a critical technology for modern communications networks, enabling high-performance data transmission over long distances.
However, it is important that it is performed by qualified professionals to ensure a reliable and long-lasting connection.
We supply and splice all common connector types to singlemode and multimode fibers, such as LC connector, SC connector,
ST connector, FC connector, E2000 connector, MTRJ connector. Of course, we also process existing materials.
- Splicing of splice distributors
- Splicing of patch boxes
- Spleissen von Glasfasermuffen
- Splicing of junction boxes
- Fiber optic troubleshooting service