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FF-740PRO Core Alignment Fusion Splicer Fiber Welding Machine

SKU: 1604192335

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FF-740PRO, with its portability and reliability, offers customers unexpected convenience under any splicing conditions. The fast heating and six motor alignment splicing get the job done quickly with stability. FF-740PRO offers SOC capability, providing superior performance with reduced insertion loss and back reflection. FF-740PRO works for you in tough conditions, including wind, moisture, dust, etc.

With cutting-edge design and engineered with precise manufacturing technology, FF-740PRO gives users a unique experience. FF-740PRO is SOC compatible and yields superior performance with reduced insertion loss and back-reflection.

- Compact & Light weight
- Fully Automatic Operation
- 5000m altitude ensures Splice Quality
- SYSTEM TEST ensures the best working condition
- Color LCD monitor
- Pause function, convenient for scientific research
- Store 8000 groups of splice results
- USB&DC interface
- High battery capacity, up to 120 times of continuous splice and heat


Applicable fibers

SM, MM, DS, NZ-DS(G655), EDF, Bending Loss Insensitive fiber(G657), Pigtail, Drop cable and connector.

Fiber cleaved length


Average splice loss


Return loss


Tension test


Protection sleeve length

20mm, 40mm, 60mm and more .

Splice Program

15 groups of preset programs, 1 group of manual setting


English, Chinese, Korean, Russian, Spanish, Portuguese, German, French

Environment conditions

-25~+50℃ (operation temperature), 0~95%RH (humidity), 0~5000m (altitude)

Storage environment

-40~ +80℃ (temperature) , 0~95%RH (humidity)

Power supply

AC adaptor: 85~260V input voltage

Internal battery: 12V, 6Ah, up to 120 times of continuous splice and heat


142(D)×122(W)×138(H)mm/1.95kg (with battery)

FF-740PRO Fusion Splicer
The Kit Includes: Splicer, Power Adapter,User Manual, Drop Cable Stripper, Cooling Tray, Stripper, Electrode, Fiber Cleaver, Case, SOC Holder

Core Alignment Fusion Splicer
Core Alignment Fusion Splicer
Core Alignment Fusion Splicer
Core Alignment Fusion Splicer
Core Alignment Fusion Splicer
Core Alignment Fusion Splicer
Core Alignment Fusion Splicer

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Warranty Service:
FirstFiber warrants to the purchaser that our products shall be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal use (consumables, normal tear and wear excluded) for a period of one year from the date of shipment. Any part which is determined by FirstFiber to be defective in material or workmanship shall be returned to FirstFiber or authorized service location, as FirstFiber designates and shipping costs prepaid. Defective items will be repaired or replaced at FirstFiber's option.



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