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TK27

Optical fiber splicer optical precision alignment model FS-86

Product ID TK27

Technical summary

  • High resolution screenn 5-inch, anti-reflective.
  • Typical time of fusion: 8 seconds.
  • Typical heat tube time (heating): 18 seconds.
  • Li-Ion internal battery of 7800 mAh prepared for 200 fusion processes (fusion + heat pipe).
  • Visualization of the core of the fiber at 300 times.
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Product available. Delivery time 1-3 days. 2 years warranty. 14 days return period.
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Fiber optic fusion, with optical alignment screen. This machine performs an optical analysis of the fiber to be spliced, locating the fiber optic cores. Compatible with SM, MM, NZDS, FED fibers. It is a fiber optic fusioner presented in a transport case, stool and drawer with all the necessary accessories for its operation.

Specifications

  • High resolution screenn 5-inch, anti-reflective.
  • Typical time of fusion: 8 seconds.
  • Typical heat tube time (heating): 18 seconds.
  • Li-Ion internal battery of 7800 mAh prepared for 200 fusion processes (fusion + heat pipe).
  • Visualization of the fiber core at 300 times.
  • Controls on the front panel, retro-illuminated, to work in low light conditions.
  • Compatible with fibers of type SM, MM, NZDS, FED, EDF, etc.
  • Average loss per splice: 0.025 dB.
  • Average loss per return:> 60 dB.
  • Length of the thermoretractable sleeve: 40-60 mm.
  • The screen shows the messages in English and Chinese.
  • Size of the whole set (suitcase + fuser): 237 x 270 x 293 mm (width x depth x height).
  • Fuser size (width x depth)ndity x height): 122 x 130 x 148 mm.
  • Net weight: 2.6 Kg.
It includes
  • Fiber optic fusion.
  • Fiber optic peeler
  • Optical fiber precision cutter.
  • 220 VAC power adapter and power cable.
  • Bottle for alcohol or cleaning liquid.
  • Carrying case with shoulder strap.
  • Fiber interlockerOptical
  • Allen hexagonal wrenches.
  • Cleaning brush.
  • Operating stool.


Brand

BeMatik
Sizes
Weight: 4.98 Kg.
Product measures:
Width: 23.7 x Depth: 27 x Height: 29.3 cm.
Number of packages: 1
Package sizes:
40 x 35 x 33.5 cm.Package volume: 46900.000 cm3.
This product is not available with different sizes
Color unspecified

[!] Weights, sizes, colors and shapes are only approximate and may differ from those represented, although the functionality of the product never differ with those specified

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Technical terms used
  1. Types of tips for screwdrivers

  2. VAC

Types of tips for screwdrivers

Although there are infinity tips as manufacturers or type of use, these are the most commonly tips used in the electronics industry, hardware or electricity.

1. Slot: Characterized by its flat and elongated tip.

2. Phillips: It may be the most used, its tip is shaped like a four-pointed star. Also called commonly screwdriver

3. Pozidriv: Like the previous model, but with a twist. Inside it has 4 slots in a star more.

4. Torx: Widely used in vehicles, its shape is a star with 6 points.

5. Security Torx: Same as above, but inside has a pin.

6. Hex: Point-shaped or hexagon Allen calls. Such tips are distinguished from the rest because they are able to withstand higher torque strength.

Types of tips for screwdrivers

VAC

VAC would be the abbreviation of Volt Altern Current which would be translated Volts of alternating current. The difference between VDC is that its sinusoidal oscillation achieving a more efficient energy transmission.

The alternating current is the energy that we receive in our homes, it is generated in the power plants by means of alternators.

The intensity of this type of current varies with time, and changes direction 50 times throughsecond (50hz). The generated voltage changes in the form of sine wave so it is not constant.

In the image:

  1. Current by pulsations.
  2. Direct current (DC).
  3. Alternating current (AC).
  4. Variable current.


VAC


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