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Fiber Optic Cleaner
Fiber Thermal Stripper
Ferrule Cleaner
Connector Cleaner
OFA-P Series
Optical Fixed Attenunators
Fiber Checker
Visual Fault Locator
Cleaner Combined Scope
Fiber Optic Inspector
FIC Series
Field Installable Connectors
CWDM/DWDM Power Meter
OCPM-18 & ODPM-48
Power Meter
mPM-100 & WPM & 3PON

The results of a recent NEMI study range from predictable to surprising.

Anomalies that commonly occur in manufacturing processes can affect signal performance in an optical connector. Scratches and/or contamination in the form of particles and even oil from fingerprints often negatively impact insertion loss (IL), return loss (RL), and bit-error rate (BER).

The National Electronics Manufacturing Initiative (NEMI) Fiber Optic Signal Performance project is working to quantify the severity of optical-signal loss due to common hazards in manufacturing. The goal of the project is to develop industry-standard criteria and specifications for fiber-connector end-face inspection. The project also plans to develop guidelines for cleaning procedures and contamination prevention.



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