This automatic optical fiber tensile testing system is ideal for operator skill independent use in production and lab settings. Two basic model configurations permit the user to pick between a create for regular linear proof testing along with additional mandrels for rotary high strength screening.
The linear edition is designed for creation proof screening with causes up to 22 N. Motorized clamps with carefully designed rubberized inserts be sure that the FTTH Cable Production Line is not really ruined in the screening process while concurrently getting rid of the requirement for an external air supply. Amounts of pulling pressure, pulling velocity and keep time are automated and conveniently available to the owner with the built-in LCD touchscreen display manage. Data from assessments can be saved and reached via the USB port or Ethernet user interface.
Mandrels the exact same design as with NYFORS’ optical fiber recoaters could be attached to the proof tester in the rotary higher power configuration. The fiber is covered across the two mandrels which support it having a unique clamping system. By doing this greater lots does apply to the fiber, allowing breaking strength assessments below managed conditions.
Adjustable clamp placement facilitates screening using the highest pressure levels as well as testing of short fiber measures. The compact and light weight design definitely makes the tool simple to move around within a lab atmosphere and also to incorporate within a production work bench where room is at a premium. The equipment is really a lightweight and light-weight tool ideal for testing the potency of optical fibers as much as 30 N. The equipment is developed to fulfill all types of applications when a power check must be carried out.
The device was created with the user in your mind. The Secondary Coating Line is definitely positioned in the carefully guided linear clamps, as well as the screening begins automatically with a “One Touch” go switch. The built in microprocessor controls each of the essential parameters such as pulling force, pulling speed and hold time. This enables for a completely controlled check each and every time.
The equipment can be connected to an external Computer, which allows access to all automated parameters and configurations. The device is adapted to stand-alone use or to the integration into different subsystems. The equipment comes with an extensive capability of signing and conserving details such as pulling pressure, pulling speed and fiber diameter as well as other parameters.
Two recoat injector designs can be found. The PTR307 uses a computerized pump to inject the recoat material. The quantity of materials dispensed from the automatic injector is controlled manually through the top-installed “Inject” button or programmed into the machine utilizing the tablet controller. The PTR307B features a manual recoat injection system that needs the consumer to manually distribute the recoat material to the mildew cavity; another one injector for your PTR307B recoater can be obtained listed below. Take note that this automated injector is simply compatible with high-directory recoat materials, as the manual injector works with each low- and- index recoat materials; they are both marketed individually below. Please contact Technology Assistance for additional information.
he handbook injector could be installed to Optical Fiber Ribbon Machine using the 4-40 anchoring screws on the recoater housing (see picture to the right). Use a 3/32″ hex answer to secure the injector prior to use. To connect the PTRRRM to the recoater mildew, tighten the connector at the conclusion of the green plastic material tubes, then loosen by way of a 1/4 consider allow for rotation.
The injector comes with a distribution valve and 2-position choice lever for directing the stream of recoat material. A knurled dispensing screw having an internal plunger works as a syringe for that recoat materials. To fill the syringe, point the lever downwards (i.e., toward the recoat container), then spin the knurled dispensing screw counterclockwise until it ikrsve freely to fill up the syringe (demonstrated inside the picture to the correct). Then, to inject the recoat material into the mildew, point the handle horizontally (i.e., dealing with the knurled screw) and rotate the attach clockwise until close to the end from the travel range is reached. Avoid bottoming the dispenser as this might damage the interior plunger; also take care when re-engaging the threads in order to avoid cross threading the dispensing screw. A number of fill up/inject steps may be needed until air is displaced inside the system. Use lens tissue as well as an acetone or alcoholic beverages cleaning means to fix collect any excess recoat material that runs from your mildew.