Fusion Splicer INNO Instrument View 8 Pro

Fusion Splicer Inno Instrument VIEW 8 Pro, a core-alignment splicer with the world’s highest fiber image magnification rate, is the most proficient fusion splicer in the market.

Fusion Splicer Inno Instrument VIEW 8 Pro’s 5 inch high-resolution color LCD touch screen with user-friendly intuitive GUI (Graphic User Interface) offers large and clear fiber images to users. By double-tapping the screen, users can Zoom In & Out the image to the world’s highest magnification of 520x.

Should you be working with access network and only need a cladding alignment splicer, please refer to: Fusion splicer M7

Fusion Splicer Inno Instrument VIEW 8 Pro is equipped with built-in IoT module that connects to the INNO’s View Pro Cloud Management System for real-time operation and management online. This innovative cloud-based solution is designed to create the most advanced and yet most uncomplicated splicing and work experiences ever.

Additional information: https://www.innoinstrument.com/eng/view8-pro/

Fusion Splicer VIEW5 Pro

Fusion Splicer VIEW5 Pro, a core-alignment splicer with the world’s highest fiber image magnification rate, is the most proficient fusion splicer in the market.

Fusion Splicer VIEW5 Pro’s 5 inch high-resolution color LCD touch screen with user-friendly intuitive GUI (Graphic User Interface) offers large and clear fiber images to users. By double-tapping the screen, users can Zoom In & Out the image to the world’s highest magnification of 520x.

Should you be working with access network and only need a cladding alignment splicer, please refer to: Fusion splicer M7

Fusion Splicer VIEW5 Pro is equipped with built-in IoT module that connects to the INNO’s View Pro Cloud Management System for real-time operation and management online. This innovative cloud-based solution is designed to create the most advanced and yet most uncomplicated splicing and work experiences ever.

More information and downloads on manufacturer’s website: https://www.innoinstrument.com/eng/view5-pro/

Fiber Cleaver Inno Instrument V10 Pro

Easy to use, simple up-and-down movement

Fiber Cleaver Inno Instrument V10 Pro is the most advanced fiber cleaver from Inno Instrument. Cleaver comes in a dedicated carrying pouch to keep the unit safe and the cut fiber scrap out of the splicer carrying case. With the unit, there are maintenance instructions (in English), brush for cleaning and an allen key.

Operation is basically 2 staged. First the lid is released from the storage lock. User inputs the fiber and presses down the lid. This will cut the fiber, rotate the blade into the next position and collect the cut off fiber scarp into the collector. After the press, unit automatically returns to the initial stage for the next fiber cleave.

The automatic mechanism of Fiber Cleaver Inno Instrument V10 Pro rotates the cutting blade on each use of the unit. One blade will normally produce approx. 60 000 cleaves once it should be replaced. Blade can be replaced by the user. Instructions are included in the container pouch. The battery powered, automated counter will follow the cleave count during the unit operation.

Fiber scrap safely into the scrap collector

Unit has an automated scrap collector that operates simulateously with the cleaving process. This mechanism will collect the potentially dangerous scrap pieces and secure them into the scrap contained, positioned in the side of the unit. Please note: user should empty this container after each usage, into a separate container with lockable lid. Fiber cut-off pieces can cause a long term hazard if not handled properly. Please make sure the user is aware of the correct, safe procedure prior to use.

Please ask our professionals for advice on how to handle the fiber properly before the first use.

Protective grease inside cables causing trouble

The protective grease that is being used commonly in direct buried cables, is the cause of most maintenance visits for fiber cleaving and splicing tools.This grease should be removed with a proper solvent; not only using IPA (isopropyl alcohol), which in turn is suitable for cleaning the fibers for splicing after cleaving.

This protective grease forms a small layer on top of the coating and will be transferred on the v-grooves of both cleaver and splicer. Eventually, this layer of coating will accumulate and will lower tha accuracy of the splicer alignment procedure. Removing this grease layer with a proper solvent, has a great impact on maintenance frequency of splicers an cleavers.

For grease removal, we recommend using:

Default model for PRO-model splicers, option for others

Fiber Cleaver Inno Instrument V10 Pro is included by default in these packages:

  • Inno Instrument View 5 Pro

Fiber Cleaver Inno Instrument V10 Pro can be chosen as an option for these models as well:

Additional information from Inno Instrument website: https://www.innoinstrument.com/eng/v10-pro/

Maintenance and warranty for this product is handled in our office in Nummela, Vihti Finland.

Fiber Cleaver Inno Instrument V11

Fiber Cleaver Inno Instrument V11 – Easy to use, simple up-and-down movement

Fiber cleaver Inno Instrument V11 is a preceise fiber cleaver for cleaving traditional 125 um fiber (both singe fiber and ribbon fiber applications). V11 includes a scrap collector mechanism and a container for collecting fiber cut-offs safely. Cleaver rotates its blade after each cleave and you can cleave approx. 48 000 fibers with a single blade. Blade can be changed by the operator. Cleaver has an internal counter to keep count of cleaves performed.

Fiber cleaver Inno Instrument V11 operation is 2-staged. First you open the lid and insert fiber. Then, you simply press down the lid which will launch the cleaver blade rig to make the cleave. Finally, open up the lid all the way up, which will activate re-initialize the cleaver for next cleave.

Fiber scrap safely into the scrap collector

Unit has an automated scrap collector that operates simulateously with the cleaving process. This mechanism will collect the potentially dangerous scrap pieces and secure them into the scrap contained, positioned in the side of the unit. Please note: user should empty this container after each usage, into a separate container with lockable lid. Fiber cut-off pieces can cause a long term hazard if not handled properly. Please make sure the user is aware of the correct, safe procedure prior to use.

Please ask our professionals for advice on how to handle the fiber properly before the first use.

Protective grease inside cables causing trouble

The protective grease that is being used commonly in direct buried cables, is the cause of most maintenance visits for fiber cleaving and splicing tools.This grease should be removed with a proper solvent; not only using IPA (isopropyl alcohol), which in turn is suitable for cleaning the fibers for splicing after cleaving.

This protective grease forms a small layer on top of the coating and will be transferred on the v-grooves of both cleaver and splicer. Eventually, this layer of coating will accumulate and will lower tha accuracy of the splicer alignment procedure. Removing this grease layer with a proper solvent, has a great impact on maintenance frequency of splicers an cleavers.

For grease removal, we recommend using:

Fiber Cleaver model for all Inno Instrument splicers

This model of cleaver an optional part for any splicer, here are our newest models from Inno Instrument:

More information on manufacturers website: https://www.innoinstrument.com/eng/v11/

Warranty related issues and maintenance available in our office in Nummela, Finland.

Fiber cleaver Inno Instrument V7/V7+

Fiber cleaver Inno Instrument V7/V7+ – Easy to use, traditional operation model

Fiber cleaver Inno Instrument V7/V7+ is a preceise fiber cleaver for cleaving a traditional 125 um fiber (both singe fiber and ribbon fiber applications). V7 (and it’s newer revision, V7+) includes a scrap collector mechanism and a container for collecting fiber cut-offs safely.

Fiber cleaver Inno Instrument V7/V7+ operation is 3-staged. First you insert fiber and attach it to the holder while closing the lid. Then, you press the rig with cleaver blade attached to it. This will cut the fiber. Lastly, open up the lid, which activates the mechanism for collecting fiber scarp into the container.

Fiber scrap safely into the scrap collector

Unit has an automated scrap collector that operates simulateously with the cleaving process. This mechanism will collect the potentially dangerous scrap pieces and secure them into the scrap contained, positioned in the side of the unit. Please note: user should empty this container after each usage, into a separate container with lockable lid. Fiber cut-off pieces can cause a long term hazard if not handled properly. Please make sure the user is aware of the correct, safe procedure prior to use.

Please ask our professionals for advice on how to handle the fiber properly before the first use.

Protective grease inside cables causing trouble

The protective grease that is being used commonly in direct buried cables, is the cause of most maintenance visits for fiber cleaving and splicing tools.This grease should be removed with a proper solvent; not only using IPA (isopropyl alcohol), which in turn is suitable for cleaning the fibers for splicing after cleaving.

This protective grease forms a small layer on top of the coating and will be transferred on the v-grooves of both cleaver and splicer. Eventually, this layer of coating will accumulate and will lower tha accuracy of the splicer alignment procedure. Removing this grease layer with a proper solvent, has a great impact on maintenance frequency of splicers an cleavers.

For grease removal, we recommend using:

Default legacy models splicers, option for others

This model of cleaver is included by default e.g. into following splicer packages:

This model can be chosen as an option for all of our splicer models.

More information on manufacturers website: https://www.innoinstrument.com/eng/v7/

Warranty and maintenance available in our office in Nummela, Finland.

Splicer electrodes, E-50

Inno Instrument View- and M-series splicers electrodes. Typical life span approx. 3500-5000 splices, depending on environmental factors and the cleanliness of fibers being spliced.

Fusion splicer M7

M7, an active clad-alignment splicer with ultra-portable design, is the most efficient fusion splicer in the market. This small but accurate fusion splicer inherits many remarkable functionalities from sister products.

M7’s 4.3 inch high-resolution color LCD touch screen with user-friendly intuitive GUI (Graphic User Interface) offers large and clear fiber images to users. Moreover, the adjustable strap hanger make users to customize M7 for their working condition.

Fusion splicer M9

M9, a core-alignment splicer with ultra-portable design, is the most efficient fusion splicer in the market. This compact and sophisticated fusion splicer inherits many remarkable functionalities from sister products.

M9’s 4.3 inch high-resolution color LCD touch screen with user-friendly intuitive GUI (Graphic User Interface) offers large and clear fiber images to users. By double-tapping the screen, users can enlarge / reduce the screen up to 400X and check the optical fiber with clear images.

With M9’s adjustable strap hanger users can customize their working station. M9 is genuinely world’s most efficient hand-held fusion splicer in the telecommunications industry.

Robotic Optical Management Engine, ROME®

ROME® is a robotic optical switch that offers dynamic fiber cross connect capability at layer 0. ROME® enables physical fiber connections to be made automatically, remotely, quickly, and without on-site manual intervention. ROME® delivers superior optical performance and low insertion loss. ROME® is completely transparent to transport protocols, wavelengths and signal rates.

With ROME®, data center, telco & lab operators benefit from reduced CAPEX and OPEX as well as improved reliability and security, while future-proofing their critical infrastructure.

The ROME 128Q has 1,024 Fibers with a MPO Interface for the patch panel. It comes in both Single Mode and Multi-mode options.

ROME comes in 4 different models, depending on the size of your environoment:

  • ROME® Mini (202 fibers)
  • ROME® 500 (512 fibers)
  • ROME® Q (up to 1024 fibers)
  • ROME® MAX (up to 2000 fibers)

ROME supports the majority of API’s for fluent integration as part of your environment.

Signal Generator SG33

SG33 Signal Generator 

SG33 is Vesala’s general purpose cable tracer transmitter. It is at its best when used with the Vesala CL43 compact locator but it can be used with other brand 33kHz locators as well. SG33 is small in size so it will fit in places where other bigger transmitters would be to too clumsy, such as small cabinets, and during indoor use. SG33 is powerful: In Boost mode its output power
corresponds to many big outdoor use focused transmitters.

SG33 can be connected to telecom cables and even directly to 450V live mains wires. With clamp-on transformer e.g. underground cables are equally reachable. Unlike most 33kHz transmitters, SG33’s output signal can be switched to 4Hz or 8Hz pulsed mode. Pulsed signal is often easier to distinguish from noise. Furthermore pulsed modes enable using the two transmitter method to pinpoint wire cuts in cables.

SG33 can be used for example to:

  • Tracing mains cables and wires indoors and outdoors
  • Identifying circuit breakers and fuses in electrical cabinets
  • Tracing telecom cables and identifying wire pairs
  • Tracing floor heating cables
  • Tracing short circuit and open faults

There are several accessories available for SG33 and CL43 to make the setup a full featured cable tracing equipment: For SG33 there is a selection of feeding cords and clamp-on transformers and for CL43 several probes are available. As CL43 is compatible with all Vesala’s duct sondes it is also an excellent starting point to duct tracing.

SG33 has been designed and manufactured in Finland.

 

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