4-in-1 single-action fiber cleaver

December 2005
Lightwave;Dec2005, Vol. 22 Issue 12, p23
Trade Publication
This article presents information on the Fitel S325A 4-in-1 single-action fiber cleaver from Furukawa America. The cleaver packs all four processes of a proper fiber cleave, that include applying tension to the fiber, scoring the fiber, precisely breaking the fiber, and disposing of waste fiber. The cleaver is suitable for FTTH/FTTX and local area network installations. The cleaver is capable of cleaving single fiber with its single-fiber adapter or cleave up to 12-fiber ribbon utilizing fiber holders.


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