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Surge in SSA
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Figures expected to
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Thursday, Oct 18th

Fujikura Announces the 41S Core-Sense Splicer

The Fujikura-41S features innovative specifications like Bluetooth connectivity and a unique Core-Sense splicing algorithm. Accompanying the new splicer is the new Fujikura-CT50 cleaver with automated blade control via Bluetooth. Fujikura is at the forefront of splicer development worldwide and the world leader in splicing technology for more than 40 years.

The Fujikura-41S with Core-Sense is extremely accurate as a FTTx splicer and the loss estimation is spot-on due to the new technology. It is a portable unit and comes as a complete kit with the CT50 cleaver, work bench, robust carry case and other accessories. Splicing time is from 6 seconds in Full Auto Mode and heating time is around 20 seconds.

The 41S kit is fully backed by our accredited calibration lab situated centrally in Ferndale, maintenance is included for the first year and the unit boasts a 3-year factory warranty. Availability is from end September; however, in order to avoid disappointment orders can be placed already.

For more information please contact Zach or Robert at IC Logistix on 011 521 2370 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


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