This automatic optical fiber tensile testing program is designed for operator skill impartial use within production and lab settings. Two basic design configurations allow the user to choose between a set up for standard linear proof testing and with additional mandrels for rotary high power testing.
The linear edition is ideal for creation proof testing with causes up to 22 N. Motor-driven clamps with very carefully developed rubberized inserts be sure that the FTTH Cable Production Line is not really damaged in the screening process while at the same time eliminating the need for an outside air supply. Levels of tugging force, pulling speed and hold time are programmable and easily offered to the operator through the built-in Liquid crystal display touch-screen manage. Information from assessments can be stored and reached using the USB port or Ethernet user interface.
Mandrels of the identical style as in NYFORS’ optical fiber recoaters can be easily installed on the proof tester within the rotary higher strength configuration. The fiber is wrapped across the two mandrels which support it having a special clamping mechanism. This way higher loads can be used onto the fiber, allowing breaking up strength tests under managed circumstances.
Changeable clamp positioning facilitates screening with the greatest force levels as well as screening of short fiber lengths. The compact and light weight design makes the instrument easy to maneuver in a laboratory atmosphere as well as incorporate in a production work table where space reaches reasonably limited. The device is really a compact and light-weight instrument ideal for screening the strength of optical fibers approximately 30 N. The equipment is developed to meet all types of programs in which a strength test must be performed.
The device was created with all the user in mind. The Sheathing Line is easily put into the guided linear clamps, and the testing begins instantly with a “One Touch” go button. The built in microprocessor controls all the essential guidelines like pulling force, pulling speed and hold time. This allows to get a completely managed test each time.
The equipment can be linked to an outside PC, which enables use of all automated guidelines and settings. The equipment is tailored to stand-on your own use or even to the incorporation into various subsystems. The device posseses an substantial capacity for logging and saving information including tugging force, tugging speed and fiber size as well as other guidelines.
Two recoat injector configurations are available. The PTR307 utilizes an automated pump to inject the recoat material. The volume of materials dispensed through the automated injector is managed by hand through the top-mounted “Inject” button or programmed into the device using the tablet pc control. The PTR307B comes with a manual recoat injection system that needs the consumer to personally dispense the recoat material to the mold cavity; a substitute injector for that PTR307B recoater is available listed below. Make sure you note the automatic injector is just suitable for higher-index recoat material, as the handbook injector works with each low- and- index recoat materials; both are marketed individually below. Please contact Tech Support to learn more.
he manual injector can be mounted to suitable Secondary Coating Line through the 4-40 screws on the recoater real estate (see picture for the right). Make use of a 3/32″ hex key to safe the injector before use. For connecting the PTRRRM for the recoater mold, tighten up the connector at the end of the eco-friendly plastic tubing, then release by a 1/4 turn to enable rotation.
The injector is equipped with a distribution valve and 2-position selection handle for directing the stream of recoat materials. A knurled dispensing screw with the inner plunger behaves as a syringe for the recoat material. To fill up the syringe, point the lever downwards (i.e., toward the recoat container), then rotate the knurled dispensing screw counterclockwise until it rotates easily to fill up the syringe (demonstrated within the picture for the right). Then, to inject the recoat materials into the mold, point the lever horizontally (i.e., dealing with the knurled attach) and rotate the screw clockwise till near the end in the travel range is achieved. Steer clear of bottoming out iuwekk dispenser because this may damage the internal plunger; also be careful when re-engaging the threads to prevent cross threading the dispensing attach. A number of fill/inject steps may be needed until air is displaced in the program. Use camera lens cells as well as an acetone or alcoholic beverages cleansing solution to gather any extra recoat material that runs from the mold.