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Some Uses of Fiber Optic Splicers
Date:2015-12-15 20:08:06 Browse:

Fibers are widely used in illumination applications. They are used as light guides in medical and other applications where bright light needs to be shone on a target without a clear line-of-sight path. In some buildings, fiber optic splicer is used to route sunlight from the roof to other parts of the building (see non-imaging optics). Fiber optic splicer illumination is also used for decorative applications, including signs, art, and artificial Christmas trees. Fiber splicer is an intrinsic part of the light-transmitting concrete building product, LiTraCon.


Fiber optic splicer is also used in imaging optics. A coherent bundle of fibers is used, sometimes along with lenses, for a long, thin imaging device called an endoscope, which is used to view objects through a small hole.   Medical endoscopes are used for minimally invasive exploratory or surgical procedures (endoscopy). Industrial endoscopes (see fiberscope or borescope) are used for inspecting anything hard to reach, such as jet engine interiors.


In spectroscopy, fiber splicers (supplied by fusion splicer manufacturer)bundles are used to transmit light from a spectrometer to a substance which cannot be placed inside the spectrometer itself, in order to analyze its composition. A spectrometer analyzes substances by bouncing light off of and through them. By using fibers, a spectrometer can be used to study objects that are too large to fit inside, or gasses, or reactions which occur in pressure vessels.


An fiber optic splicer doped with certain rare earth elements such as erbium can be used as the gain medium of a laser or optical amplifier. Rare-earth doped fiber optic splicers can be used to provide signal amplification by splicing a short section of doped fiber into a regular (undoped) fiber optic splicer line. The doped fiber is optically pumped with a second laser wavelength that is coupled into the line in addition to the signal wave. Both wavelengths of light are transmitted through the doped fiber, which transfers energy from the second pump wavelength to the signal wave. The process that causes the amplification is stimulated emission.


Fiber optic splicers doped with a wavelength shifter are used to collect scintillation light in physics experiments.


Fiber optic splicer can be used to supply a low level of power (around one watt) to electronics situated in a difficult electrical environment. Examples of this are electronics in high-powered antenna elements and measurement devices used in high voltage transmission equipment.


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