When you implement a cross-sectioning capability IN-HOUSE, this enables you to conduct routine audits and rapid failure analysis.
Implementing a cross-sectioning capability in-house, in your own testing environment We can help you set up the equipment, then train you to perform the test and interpret results. When questions arise, you can call us – we’re a resource you can count on.
When you implement this capability in-house, you can perform routine cross-sectioning to monitor the quality of your fiber optic cable assemblies. Plus, in a matter of hours, you can conduct rapid failure analysis to immediately resolve issues.
READ THE FULL BLOG ARTICLE HERE: Why do fiber optic connectors fail? Cross-sectioning offers a view inside connectors – and insight into why they fail
Additional resources from the FOC team include:
- Category Resource
- Glossary, Acronyms, Military Specifications for Connectors: http://bit.ly/2a2EFn8
- Q&A Resource: email technical questions to AskFOC@focenter.com
Have questions about this FOC Tip?
Contact FOC with questions at: (800) 473-4237 / 508-992-6464 or email: FiberOpticCenter@focenter.com and we will respond ASAP.
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