The PRO-790 Fusion Splicer is a rugged, compact fusion splicer that quickly splices 250µm, 900µm and 3mm fiber, as well as Splice-On Connectors.
The PRO-790 has an 8-Second splice time, 3.5″ LCD monitor and is ruggedized for heavy field use. With an onboard oven capable of accommodating Splice-On Connectors, the PRO-790 is extremely versatile.
Sold, serviced and supported in the USA, the PRO-790 comes with a 1-Year Manufacturer warranty and carrying case.
PRO-790 Fusion Splicer Kit Includes the Following:
Fusion Splicer, AC/DC Charger/Adapter, Spare Electrodes, Cooling Tray, Carry Case, Fiber Cleaver, Fiber Strippers, Fiber Holders, Operating Manual
Applicable Fibers: SM, MM, DS, NZ-DS (G655), G655, G657
Cladding/Coating Diameter: (Cladding) 80 -150µm | (Coating) 100 ~ 1,000µm
Average Splice Loss: 0.01db (MM), 0.02db (SM), 0.04db (DS/NZDS/G.655/G.657)
Return Loss: 60dB
Tension Test: 2.0N (Standard)
Splice Time: 8 Seconds
Sleeve Lengths: 25mm, 40mm, 60mm
Sleeve Heating Time: 35 Sec.
Splicing Programs: 5 groups of preset settings, 75 groups of manual settings
Alignment: Core Alignment
Splicing Method: Arc Splicing
Fiber Holder (Bare Fiber): 250µ to 900µ, Pigtails, Patch Cords or Splice-on Connectors.
Monitor: 4.3″ Color LCD Screen
Data Storage: 10,000 Splice Results
Electrode Lifespan: 5,000 Splicing Operations
Operating Temperature: -18º C ~ 50º C (-0.4º F ~ 122º F),
Storage Temperature: -40º C ~ +80º C (-40º F ~ 176º F)
Humidity Tolerance: 0 ~ 95%
Altitude Tolerance: 0 ~ 5000m
Wind Protection: Max. Wind Velocity of 15mph
Power Supply: 85~260V input Voltage, 12V, 6Ah
Battery Capacity: Approximately 120 Splices and Oven Uses
Dimensions (LxWxH): 4.8” x 4.8” x 5.1” | 120 x 120 x 115mm
Weight: 4.5 lbs. | 2.04 kg
Warranty: Standard 1-Year Manufacturer Warranty (Extended Warranty Available)
Features Bullet Points
Compact and Ruggedized
Color, 4.3” LCD Monitor
8-Second Splice Time
USB Interface for Data Transfer
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In this tutorial, we will show you how to fusion splice two fiber optic strands together.