OFC: INNO showcases world’s highest magnification rate enabled fusion splicer

Created March 5, 2019
Technologies and Products

INNO Instrument Inc, a global developer of optical communications products and testing solutions, is showcasing what it claims is the world’s most advanced ribbon splicer, the View 12R, at OFC. To ensure fast and precise connectivity, fibres need to be spliced in a highly-visible environment with optimal lighting and magnification during the splicing process. With this in mind, INNO Instrument developed the View 12R which features the world’s highest magnification rate, of 250x with a simple double tap zoom for ultimate control.

Reducing splice times to a matter of seconds, the View 12R is designed to splice up to 12 fibres simultaneously, saving valuable time and boosting efficiency for operators. The splicer also offers reliable results with the convenience of the combination of a 5 inch touch screen and a smart Guided User Interface (GUI). “To ensure fast and precise connectivity, fibres need to be spliced in the optimal environment including bright-lighting and intense magnification,” said Mr. Myoung, president of INNO Instrument America Inc. “We have developed the View 12R to include the world’s highest magnification rate to provide our customers with the ideal setting for the perfect splicing process. Customers in the US are already noticing the difference of the View 12R in comparison to other Ribbon Splicers in the market.”

Alongside the View 12R, will be the complete INNO Instrument Inc. portfolio including View 7 core-alignment fusion splicer, View 900 cable antenna analyser, View 500 OTDR, MINI2 OTDR, and View 950M multi-scan, multi-port testing solution.

For more information, visit: www.innoinstrument.com/eng/

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by Peter Dykes

Peter Dykes is a independent telecoms and technology journalist who has over that last 30 years written for a wide range of B2B publications and companies. A former BT engineer, he specialises in networks and associated support systems. He is currently Editor of Optical Connections.