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Fibre Splice

Optic Fibre Splicing Machine in Operation for Connecting the Coast

 

Optic Fibre Splicing Machine in operation for Connecting the Coast

 

 

Optical fibres are connected to technical equipment by optical fibre connectors.  Optical fibres may be connected to each other by connectors or by splicing, that is, joining two fibres together to form a continuous optical waveguide.

The main reasons for splicing fibres are:

  • To connect pre terminated tails to the ends of fibres;
  • To Join cables;
  • To join two fibres with a low loss joint; and
  • To repair damages cables.

This is optic fibre being used on the Sunshine Coast

 

 

This is optic fibre on the Sunshine Coast.