Vytran introduces optical fiber cleaver for connectorized fibers


By Telecom Lead Team: Vytran has launched CFC-400-SMA, an optical fiber
cleaver. The fiber cleaver is designed to efficiently create a
high-performance, clean fiber end face on an optical fiber mounted in
an SMA-905 connector.


The new CFC-400-SMA is specifically
devised to accommodate fibers mounted in SMA-905 connectors. It is ideal for
high-volume cleaving applications in markets ranging from medical and fiber
laser to telecommunications.


Vytran’s new CFC-400-SMA is aimed at
replacing the long and costly polishing process that is currently used for
grooming the end of an optical fiber that has been mounted in a connector.


CFC-400-SMA creates a high-quality
cleave with a polish-like finish in a fraction of a second. There is no
polishing residue and therefore no post-processing necessary,” said Jean-Michel
Pelaprat, Vytran president and CEO.


Vytran will demonstrate CFC-400-SMA
at the Photonics West 2012 exhibition from January 24th through the
26th and at the associated BiOS exhibition January 21st and
22nd in San Francisco, California.


Vytran is a supplier of
semi-automated and fully automated fiber fusion splicing and glass processing
solutions for the telecom, fiber laser, sensing, medical, aerospace, and
specialty fiber products markets.


Vytran technologies are designed to
reduce customers’ risk, speed their products to market, and lower their cost of
ownership.


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