Our Experts master the techniques of fiber optic cabling, radii of curvature as well as the realization of all optical connectors and its certification
[Reflectometry - Photometry].
In addition, our optical experts are Corning certified and approved.
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Our Experts have mastered all the optical fiber connection techniques [Cold bonding, Welding and Mechanical splicing].
MONOMODE - MULTIMODE
LC - SC - FC - ST - MTP
Connectorisation by hand: the connectors / plugs are mounted on the fiber by the cold bonding method. The connectors are glued by hand and the fiber is cleaved and polished by hand. Cold bonding requires preparation of the specific fiber and material to allow optimal connection. This technique makes it possible to have connections in compliance with standards but is not much used today.
Welding / Optical fusion: this permanent connection of two fibers takes place under the effect of intense heat, created by an electric arc between 2 electrodes. It is made using a welder.
The solder connection always incorporates the preparation of the cable in order to access the optical fibers and allow their wiring.
Equipped with several latest generation optical welders, we often use this type of data center connection with patch panel terminations and optical pigtails.
Mechanical splicing: this permanent connection of the two fibers in the centered position is carried out using "mechanical" techniques, the main one being crimping. As for the soldering there is a preparation of the cable in order to reach the optical fibers.
Our Experts master the realization of tests by Photometry and Reflectometry as well as the exploitation and the reading of the recipe report.
ISO / IEC 118001: 2002
ISO / IEC 14763-3: 2014
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Attenuation measurement, i.e. the loss caused by the fiber and all the components of the optical link. It includes 2 methods: measurement of insertion loss or measurement by backscattering (reflectometry).
We provide a very detailed recipe report (back and forth) of your optical performance loss (ENT) - Linkware Fluke Networks.
- Photometry (optical fiber)
- Reflectometry (long distance fiber)
Insertion measurement: (= Photometry) This method is used on site to perform power measurements of the light energy that is emitted and received via an optical link. It measures the loss of a link. It uses a stabilized light emitter and a calibrated receiver (power meter) as well as a set of reference coils or cords.
Reflectometry: Measurement method based on the injection and reception of a light pulse at the same end of the fiber. It makes it possible to visualize and characterize all the constituent elements of the optical link (Cartography): the calculation of the attenuation and the reflectance of each element of the optical link. The measuring equipment used is the reflectometer, also called OTDR (Optical Time Domain Reflectometer).