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Key specifications of connectors

The connector’s specifications dictate the quality of its performance and long-term reliability. That’s why it’s imperative to purchase high-quality connectors. Lower-quality connectors with lax tolerances can lead to optical performance issues such as high Insertion...

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Techniques when using stripping tools

Damaging inner materials when stripping any layer of the cable, is a ticking time-bomb.   A fiber which has been scratched on the outer diameter may indeed function perfectly well for some time. Stress points from which cracks in the glass can propagate over time,...

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Aramid yarns and Good stripping techniques

Aramid yarns.  These strength members are also known by the trade name Kevlar®).   They provide tensile strength to the finished cable assembly (they are crimped to the connector body, so that any pull stress applied to the cable after it is connectorized will be...

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End-face quality and cleanliness

Fiber end-face defects (scratches, pits, cracks) and particle contamination have a direct impact on the performance of the connector, which contributes to poor IL/RL. Any irregularity that impedes light transmission from one fiber to the other will negatively affect...

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Considerations Regarding Freezing Epoxy – Implementing Process Adjustment