AV-FSM04 Splicing Machine

  • optical fiber splicing machine-ftth

Item No.:AV-FSM04


AV-FSM04 Optical Fiber Fusion Splicer, which used for joining two optical fibers end-to-end using heat, to fuse the two fibers together in such a way that light passing through the fibers is not scattered or reflected back by the splice, and so that the splice and the region surrounding it are almost as strong as the virgin fiber itself.


1. 4.3 inches high Resolution colorful LCD display, image can be turned according to position
2. Typical splice time: 7second
3. Optional heating mode, Typical tube-heat time: 15 second
4. Lithium battery: Rechargeable and up to 180 times of continuous splice and heat after fully charged
5. Separately X or Y axis views with 520 times magnification
6. Arc power automatic adjustment according pressure and temperature, not need to always arc test
7. Fully automatic splicing and heating
8. New developed image processing technology
9. New developed core alignment technology, improved accuracy (PAS technology)
10. Applicable for Backbone transmission network
11. New developed steering Wind-proof, better locator, providing stronger wind and dust resistance
12. Portable design, 1.29kgs weight(without battery)
13. 3-in-1 fixture ( patented technology)
14. Multipurpose optical fiber fixture (1+N, one 3-in-1 fixture and SC/LC/FC connector fixture, patented technology)


Applicable FibersSM, MM, NZ-DS, EDF ,Pigtail, FTTH drop cable
Average Splice Loss0.02dB(SM), 0.01dB(MM), 0.04dB(NZDS), 0.04dB(EDF)
Return Loss≥60dB
Tension Test2.0N(200gf)(Standard)
Splicing Program50 groups
Heat-shrinkable T bush20mm, 40mm, 60mm
LanguageChinese, English
Environmental Conditions-10~+50℃(operation temperature),0~95% RH(humidity), 0~5000m(altitude)
Power SupplyAC adaptor: 100~240V input voltage,  50/60Hz; 12V, 5A
Battery12V  5200mAH
Weight1.29kg + 0.37kg (battery)

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