Flaw detector

July 1, 1996

Flaw detector

KL801A flaw detector identifies lumps and neckdowns in coated optical fiber. Using triple axis detection, the unit detects partial flaws that are more than 60° in circumference, 5 microns high and 500 microns long in optical fiber runs as fast as 1000 meters per second. Consisting of an optical unit and processing unit, the detector measures 2-mm areas over a range of 0.1 to 1.0 mm.

Anritsu America

Rochelle Park, NJ

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