The objective lens of our Optical Fiber Fusion Splicer is focused on the superimposing recombiner to obtain an analog video signal, and the digital signal is converted by an analog conversion circuit. The image is processed and identified by the alignment inside the fusion splicer, so that the alignment of the core and cladding can be displayed intuitively.
This Optical Fiber Fusion Splicer uses high-performance, completely fresh high-definition fiber optic microscope, imported high-speed motor and industrial-grade CPU + FPGA structure of aluminum-magnesium alloy material. When parallel light is irradiated onto the optical fiber from the side, due to the refraction of the optical fiber, the light and dark images between the core and the cladding and between the cladding and the air can be observed. The mobile microscope can observe the level of the optical fiber, with high performance. Due to the proper size and compact design, it can be placed everywhere in order to help release space.