This automated optical Fiber tensile screening program is designed for operator skill independent utilization in creation and lab configurations. Two basic design designs allow the user to pick between a set up for standard linear Proof screening and with additional mandrels for rotary high power screening.
The linear version is designed for creation Proof screening with forces approximately 22 N. Motor-driven clamps with carefully developed rubber inserts be sure that the Fiber Coloring Machine will not be damaged within the screening procedure while concurrently eliminating the requirement for an outside air supply. Levels of tugging force, tugging speed and hold time are programmable and conveniently offered to the operator through the built in LCD touchscreen display control. Information from assessments can be saved and accessed through the USB dock or Ethernet interface.
Mandrels of the identical design as in NYFORS’ optical Fiber recoaters can be installed on the Proof tester inside the rotary higher power settings. The Fiber is wrapped around the two mandrels which assistance it having a unique clamping mechanism. This way greater loads can be applied onto the Fiber, allowing breaking up strength assessments below controlled circumstances.
Adjustable clamp positioning facilitates testing with all the greatest force levels as well as testing of short Fiber lengths. The compact and light weight style makes the instrument simple to move around in a lab atmosphere and to incorporate in a production work bench where space are at a premium. The equipment is actually a lightweight and light-weight instrument ideal for screening the strength of visual materials as much as 30 N. The equipment is developed to meet all types of applications where a power check needs to be carried out.
The equipment is designed with the consumer in mind. The Secondary Coating Line is easily put into the guided linear clamps, and the testing starts instantly using a “One Touch” go button. The built in microprocessor controls all of the essential parameters such as pulling force, tugging velocity and hold time. This enables to get a totally managed test each and every time.
The device can be attached to an external PC, which allows use of all programmable guidelines and configurations. The device is tailored to stand-on your own use or the integration into different subsystems. The machine has an substantial ability of logging and conserving information such as tugging force, pulling velocity and Fiber size and other guidelines.
Two recoat injector configurations can be found. The PTR307 uses a computerized water pump to inject the recoat materials. The volume of material dispensed from the automated injector is controlled by hand via the top-mounted “Inject” button or programmed to the machine using the tablet controller. The PTR307B comes with a manual recoat shot program that requires an individual to manually distribute the recoat materials to the mold cavity; another one injector for your PTR307B recoater is available listed below. Make sure you note that this automatic injector is just appropriate for high-index recoat materials, whilst the manual injector works with each low- and- index recoat materials; both are sold individually listed below. Make sure you get in touch with Tech Assistance to learn more.
he handbook injector can be installed to compatible Fiber recoaters through the 4-40 screws on the recoater real estate (see photo for the right). Use a 3/32″ hex key to safe the injector just before use. For connecting the PTRRRM for the recoater mold, tighten the connector at the end of the green plastic tubing, then release by a 1/4 consider allow for rotation.
The injector is equipped with a distribution device and two-position choice handle for directing the flow of recoat material. A knurled dispensing attach with an inner plunger behaves as a syringe for the recoat material. To fill the syringe, point the handle downwards (i.e., towards the recoat container), then rotate the knurled dispensing attach counterclockwise until it rotates freely to fill the syringe (demonstrated inside the photo to the right). Then, to inject the recoat materials in to the mold, point the handle horizontally (i.e., dealing with qyjflh knurled attach) and spin the attach clockwise until near the finish from the travel range is reached. Steer clear of bottoming out the dispenser since this may harm the internal plunger; also be careful when re-engaging the threads to prevent go across threading the dispensing screw. A number of fill/inject steps may be required until air is displaced in the program. Use lens cells as well as an acetone or alcohol cleansing solution to accumulate FTTH Cable Production Line materials that flows through the mold.