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|Product Name:||Fiber Jacket Slitter||Application:||Fiber Cable Slitting|
|Suitable Jacket:||PVC Or LSZH||Operation Way:||Hand/manual|
|Compatible Diameter:||4.5mm-11mm||Diameter Options:||Five Options|
FA-FTS01, Fiber Optic Accessories Jacket Slitter Fiber Slitting Tool For Indoor Fiber Optic Cable
Single mode optical fiber is expensive, relatively precise and tolerance is small, and operation is not as good, convenient and reliable as multi-mode devices. Single mode fiber can only use laser (LD) as light source, and its cost is much higher than that of multimode fiber (LED).
In order to meet the needs of network communication, from 70s to the early 80s, many countries developed large diameter and large numerical aperture multimode optical fiber (also called data fiber). At that time, the IEC recommended four different refractive index multimode fibers with different core / cladding sizes, namely A1a, A1b, A1c and A1d. Their core / cladding diameter (μm) / numerical aperture are 50/125/0.200, 62.5/125/0.275, 85/125/0.275 and 100/140/0.316, respectively. In general, the core / cladding size is high, the manufacturing cost is high, the bending performance is poor, meanwhile transmission mode increases, and the bandwidth is reduced. In addition to the above shortcomings, 100/140μm multimode fiber has a large cladding diameter, which does not match the testing instrument and fiber connectors so it did not be used in data transmission very soon after it appeared. It is only used in special occasions such as power transmission. 85/125μm multimode fiber has been phased out for similar reasons. In October 1999, the IEC SC 86A GW1 expert group meeting held in Kyoto, Japan, revised the multimode fiber standard. In the revised draft published in March 2000, the 85/125μm multimode fiber has been cancelled. The 50/125μm multimode fiber developed by Corning in 1976 is similar to the 62.5/125μm multimode fiber developed by Lucent Bell laboratory in 1983, they are with the same outer diameter and mechanical strength, but they are with different transmission characteristics, so they has been competing in the data communication network for years.
Compared to 50μm multimode fiber, 62.5μm multimode fiber is with larger core diameter core diameter and high numerical aperture, so more light power can be coupled from the LED light source. Therefore, 62.5/125μm multimode fiber is first adopted by the United States as a number of industry standards. Such as AT&T indoor wiring system standards, the American Electronic Industry Association (EIA) Lan standards, 100Mb/s standards of the National Institute of standards (ANSI), IBM computer optical fiber data communication standards, etc.. 50/125μm multimode fiber is mainly used in Japan and Germany as a data communication standard. However, due to the large amount of fiber used in North America and the leading role of American optical fiber manufacturing and application technology, most countries including China, take 62.5/125μm multimode fiber as LAN transmission medium and use in indoor cabling. Since the middle of 80s, 62.5/125μm fiber has become the main product of data communication optical fiber market. Multimode fiber is with large transmission bandwidth, low cost so it is ideal for short distance transmission.
Fiber optic cable jacket slitter is an efficient and indispensable tool for fiber optic cable termination. It easily slits the PVC cable jacket into two haves before crimping, in both field and plant applications, time is saved and consistency is resulted with this precise and innovative tool.
Main Parameters Of Indoor Fiber Cable Jacket Slitter
Cable can be processed: 4.5mm-11mm