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Sumitomo Electric develops new touch screen fusion splicer

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Sumitomo Electric Industries Ltd has released a new Type-81C direct core monitoring fusion splicer. The machine is developed on the basis of the concept of "ultra-fast splicing in every environment." While compact, lightweight, rugged and durable, the T-81C is capable of fastest splicing.

Touch screen operation and remote support via Internet make the Type-81C the ultimate splicer that is simple, versatile, and user friendly.

Katsuya Masuike, Managing Director of SEA-C, comments: "The Type-81C is the next generation fusion splicer in Sumitomo Electric's 30-year history of producing the product. It has many innovative features to simplify the use and ownership. The touch screen display makes the Type-81C easy to use. The rugged, durable design and remote technical support work to reduce the cost of ownership. This machine will set new boundaries for the performance of core alignment fusion splicers with reduced splice times and increased environment resistance."

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What the hell is a "direct core monitoring fusion splicer"???? Cold fusion at home? This is definately the most bizzare article I have ever read, as I have no idea what any of it means... Sounds like an article out of "The Onion" or something.

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Could do with some more information and explanation; most people won't know that the machine is for splicing optical fibre cable.

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yep, no idea what they're talking about

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ItsMeAug. 03, 2012 - 04:43PM JST

What the hell is a "direct core monitoring fusion splicer"???? Cold fusion at home? This is definately the most bizzare article I have ever read, as I have no idea what any of it means... Sounds like an article out of "The Onion" or something

Haha I was thinking exactly the same thing, I mean I'm an electronics engineer but still couldn't figure out what was the article about, I actually worked for sumitomo electrical wiring systems but that didn't help.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fusion_splicing

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Will sleep better tonight for knowing this!!

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