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OME1124032-3

Direct Core Monitoring Optical Fiber Fusion Splicer



TYPE-81C
Administrator menu
Operation instructions

Overview 1
Accessing administrator menu 1
Administrator menu details 2
Changing settings 5
Analyzing fiber type 8
Registration of splice program 8
Release of splice program 10
Security (startup password protection) 11

Table of contents
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Accessing administrator menu
1: Touch Login icon ( ) on the
menu screen.
Input Pass Code screen
2: 0000 is shown from the
beginning. Touch OK.
Pass code: 0000
3: The menu screen is displayed
again when the pass code is
accepted.
The administrator menu enables setting up further detailed functions.
The access to the menu is limited by pass code.

Overview
Input Number

Login
Pass Code
OK
1
7 8
2 3
9
5 6 4
0
0 0 0 0
Select Item

Menu
Maintenance Security
Function
USB Login
2011/01/01 0000
DATA
Select Item

Maintenance Security
Function
USB Login
2011/01/01 0000
DATA
Tips
Once you enter the Pass Code, you can access the
administrator menu without re-entry of the Pass Code unless
you turn off the power. If you turn off the power and turn it on
again, the operator menu is displayed.
4: In administrator menu, you can
change extra items of splice
programs and heating programs
as described next few pages what
are not appeared in normal menu.
About changing items, please refer
to page 4-6 of operation manual.
Splice
Data
Menu
Splice
Data
Information
Information
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Page Splice program items in administrator menu
<Fusion Time>
Fusion time is the duration of arc discharge. (Numerical input)
<Prefusion Time>
Pre-fusion time is the time in seconds the fiber ends wait after the arc discharge begins
before beginning the overlap (feed). (Numerical input)
<Arc Gap>
Arc gap is the distance between the left and right fibers before fusion takes place.
(Numerical input)
<Over Lap>
1/5
Overlap is the amount of overlap between the left and right fibers that occurs when the
right fiber is fed forward during the arc fusion. (Numerical input)
<Arc Power>
Expressed in a unit-less step value as [Standard +XX]. Arc power controls the amount of
heat the fibers are exposed to during the fusion arc. As the power is automatically set
after an arc test and compensated at every splices, normally an operator does not need
to change it manually. Standard means compensated arc power of the splice program,
and added value can be manually set by operator. (Numerical input)
<Staying Time>
Staying time is the duration from the end of overlap to the beginning of pulling. Only for
Fiber pulling splice. (Numerical input)
<Fiber Pulling>
Fiber pulling is the amount of pulling the fiber back after overlap. (Numerical input)
<Arc Center>
2/5
Arc center is the position of the arc center. Usually it is set automatically by the splicer.
(Numerical input)


Go on to the next page.
Administrator menu details
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<Splice Select>
Select the splice mode from Automatic, Manual and Quick. (Icon selection)
Automatic APDS is used and automatic splice is performed.
Manual Splice is performed by manual operation with key pad.
Quick APDS is not performed. Inspections are simplified and automatic splice is
performed.
<Align Method>
Select the fiber aligning method from Core, Diameter, AIAS, ATTN and Adaptive.
(Icon selection)
Core Aligns the left and right fibers by the center of their cores.
Diameter Aligns the left and right fibers by their outer diameters.
AIAS Signifies Automatic Intentional Axis Shift. High core-cladding eccentricities
have an effect on surface tension during arc, yielding high splice loss. This method is
used to intentionally offset the left and right fiber centers in order to minimize this effect.
Note: If AIAS is selected, arc parameters cannot be changed.
ATTN Signifies Attenuation. Fibers are spliced by shifting the centers of the left
and right fiber cores to achieve intentional high splice losses. Before ATTN splice, set
the target attenuation (splice loss) and the adjustment factor. Change the adjustment
factor so that a yielded splice loss matches the target attenuation..
Adaptive is the alignment method mainly for BIF. It is used in splicing optical fiber
with complicated core profiles.
<Est. Loss Limit>
If the higher estimated splice loss than this value is measured, the splicer warns on the
screen. (Numerical input)
<Clv. Angle Limit>
3/5
If the larger cleave angle than this value is measured, the splicer warns on the screen.
(Numerical input)
<HDCM>
Monitors and inspects fiber core with high precision. You can select ON or OFF.
Normally ON is desirable. OFF is set for specialty fiber splicing. (Icon selection)
<Splice ID Name>
Each splice condition name can be changed from the initial factory setting to a name that
is more meaningful to the user. Please refer to page 7 regarding how to change the
splice ID name. (Text input)
<Fiber Detection>
4/5
Automatic fiber detection function. ON/OFF (Icon selection) Please refer to page 8.
<Arc image Compensation>
This function compensates arc power to an optimum level for the arc condition.
Set "Arc Environment Compensation" to ON to enable this function. (Icon selection)
<Arc Environment Compensation>
5/5
This function compensates arc power to an optimum level for the environmental
condition. (Icon selection)




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Page Heater Program items in administrator menu
<Heat Up Temp. A>
Heating element rise up to the set temperature in the first term of heating cycle.
(Numerical input)
<Heating Duration A>
Duration of the first term of heating cycle. (Numerical input)
<Heat Up Temp. B>
Heating element rise up to the set temperature in the middle term of heating cycle.
(Numerical input)
<Heating Duration B>
1/2
Duration of the middle term of heating cycle. (Numerical input)
<Heat Finish Temp>
The temperature of finishing heating cycle after cooling by the fan. (Numerical input)
<Sleeve ID Name>
Change the protection sleeve. (Text input)
<Heat ID Name>
2/2
Change the heater programs name. (Text input)

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Example 1: Change Align Method from Core to Diameter.
1: Referring to page 1, go to the
administrator menu.
Referring to page 4-6 of
operation manual, go to the
splice program setting screen.
2: Go to the page 3 by using the
move ( ), select Align
Method to go to the setting
screen.
Changing settings

Splice Program
SMF Standard
1/4
Fusion Time
02.00 sec
003
SMF Quick
Prefusion Time
00.18 sec
SMF Quick
Arc Gap
15.00 um
SMF Quick
Over Lap
10.00 um
Select Item

Splice Program
SMF Standard
3/4
Automatic
Align Method
Core
SMF Quick
Est. Loss Limit
00.15 dB
SMF Quick
Clv. Angle Limit
03.50 deg
Select Item
Splice Select
3: Touch Diameter once. The icon
will change its color. Then touch it
again to determine selection.

Align Method
1/2 SMF Quick
SMF Quick
Select Item
Core
Splice Program
Diameter
AIAS
ATTN
4: Diameter is selected.

Splice Program
SMF Standard
3/4
Automatic
Align Method
Diameter
SMF Quick
Est. Loss Limit
00.15 dB
SMF Quick
Clv. Angle Limit
03.50 deg
Select Item
Splice Select
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Example 2: Change Arc Center. (Numerical input)
1: Referring to page 1, go to the
administrator menu.
Referring to page 4-6 of
operation manual, go to the
splice program setting screen.

Splice Program
SMF Standard
1/4
Fusion Time
02.00 sec
003
SMF Quick
Prefusion Time
00.18 sec
SMF Quick
Arc Gap
15.00 um
SMF Quick
Over Lap
10.00 um
Select Item
2: Go to the page 2 by using the
move ( ), select Arc
Center to go to the setting
screen.

Splice Program
SMF Standard
2/4
0300 step
SMF Quick
Fiber Pulling
00.00 sec
Arc Center
Standard + 0000 dot
Select Item
Arc Power
Staying Time
00.00 sec
3: Input the value by touching
number keys, then touch OK
( ).
OK
Set Value

SMF Standard
Arc Center
OK
1
7 8
2 3
9
5 6 4
0
-
+
+ 0 0 1 0
unit dot
Max. +0100
Min. -0100
Standard +0000
4: Arc Center value is changed.

Splice Program
SMF Standard
2/4
0300 step
SMF Quick
Fiber Pulling
00.00 sec
Arc Center
Standard + 0010 dot
Arc Power
Staying Time
00.00 sec
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Example 3: Edit splice ID name.
3: Edit the name according to the key guidance shown on the screen.
4: After the edit, touch OK.
1: Referring to page 1, go to the
administrator menu.
Referring to page 4-6 of
operation manual, go to the
splice program setting screen.

Splice Program
SMF Standard
1/4
Fusion Time
02.00 sec
003
SMF Quick
Prefusion Time
00.18 sec
SMF Quick
Arc Gap
15.00 um
SMF Quick
Over Lap
10.00 um
Select Item
2: Go to the page 4 by using the
move ( ), select Splice
ID Name to go to the setting
screen.

SMF Standard
4/4
ON
SMF Quick
Fiber Ditection
ON
Select Item
HDCM
Splice ID Name
Splice Program

OK
Standard SMF
Z X C V B N M
A S D F G H J K L
Q W E R T Y U I O P
! @ # $ % ^ & *
( )
< > ? : { } _ +
Shift
Default
BS
Cancel

OK
Standard SMF
z x c v b n m
a s d f g h j k l
q w e r t y u i o p
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
9 0
, .
/ ; [ ]
-
=
Shift
Default
BS
Cancel
Shift
SMF Standard
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APDS: Auto fiber profiling check and Detection System
The splicer automatically analyzes optical fiber type to be spliced from fiber image,
compares the analyzed splice program to the selected splice program and displays the
result on a screen. This system prevents splice program and fiber type from being
miss-selected. When the analyzed fiber type is different from the set fiber type, the
result screen appears and the splicer stops.
Fiber types that can be analyzed are typically SMF, MMF, DSF/NZDS and BIF.
The right and left fibers are analyzed individually.
If a fiber profile cannot be identified, the splicer displays OTHER.

Note: The TYPE-81C fusion splicer stores the profiling information of representative
fiber types. Therefore the splicer could make miss-analysis on a different
manufacturers or new fiber types. With regard to profiling data customization and the
modification of fiber types, contact our maintenance service center or sales personnel.
Tips
The background of the splice program that is registered is shown in blue and
highlighted in green when selected.
The background of the splice program that is NOT registered is shown in black and the
text is highlighted in red when selected.
Not all splice programs are registered in the initial factory settings. If you would like to
use some other splice programs, you can register in the Administrator menu.
Registration of splice program
Analyzing fiber type

Fiber Detection
1/2
Reset
Splicer recommends the change of splice
program and starts the ARC TEST
[ SMF ] -> [ MMF ]
Fiber Detection Result
L:MMF R:MMF

Fiber Detection
2/2
Reset
Go on Next (ARC TEST)
003
SMF Quick
SMF Quick
Go on Next (SPLICE)
Override

Go on Next (ARC TEST) Change the splice program and perform an arc test.
Go on Next (Splice) Change the splice program and perform splice.
Override Ignore the result and continue to perform the splicing process.
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1: SMF Standard is currently selected.
Go to splice program setting screen.
In this example, category of NZDS is
selected.
2: Select the splice program with black
background you would like to register.
The selected splice program is
highlighted in red. Then touch the
setting icon ( ).
5: The black background turns blue.
The splice program is registered and can be
shown on the operator menu screen as well.
The registered splice program is stored after
the power is turned off.

1/5
NZDSF typical
016
PureGuide
017
PureMetro
018
Splice Program
Select splice program
NZDSF typical
015

Splice Program
1/1 Memory
No.016 NZDSF typical
Select Item
Edit
Copy
3: Select Memory.

1/5 PureGuide
017
PureMetro
018
Splice Program
Select splice program
NZDSF typical
016
NZDSF Typical
015
MENU
SMF Standard 60mm 0.25
Start
Ready
X/Y
DISP
Splice Program
4: Select ON to register the splice
program.

Splice Program
1/1
No.016 NZDSF typical
Select Item
ON
OFF
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Tips
An administrator can also register a heater program, change settings
and edit sleeve names in the same way. Go to the administrator menu,
refer to page 4-6 of operation manual, and go to the splice program
setting screen. Then refer to page 5 to 7.
The registered splice program that is currently selected cannot be released. Select
other splice program first and release the registered program.
1: Referring the page 4-1 of operation
manual, select other fiber type first.

Splice Program
1/1
No.002 SMF Standard
Select Item
2: Referring to the page 9, select OFF
in the splice program Entry screen
to release the splice program.
OFF
ON

1/67 SMF AIAS
004
PureMetro-SMF
028
Splice Program
Select splice program
SMF Standard
002
SMF Quick
003
3: The splice program SMF Standard
is released.
MENU
SMF Standard 60mm 0.25
Start
Ready
X/Y
DISP
This splice program
is currently selected
but you would like
to release it
MENU
60mm 0.25
Start
Ready
X/Y
DISP
Typical NZDS
Release of splice program
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Security (Startup password protection)
Using a startup password, Security function prevents unwanted users from
accessing the splicer. It is located in Security function on menu screen.
Touch Security ( ) in MENU
screen to go to security screen.
Select the item Security, and
select the item Enable in the
next screen.
Setting startup password screen
is displayed. Please set an
arbitrary password of four digits.
ex) 1234
It becomes impossible to start when the start
up password is forgotten. Please note it.
Please inquire of our maintenance service
center when you forget the startup password
by any chance.
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S M T W T F S
OK
January
2011
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15
23 24 25 26 27 28 29
30 31
16 17 18 19 20 21 22
January Touch the month icon ( ) or the year
icon ( ) to change the calendar. The
calendar is changed by "Move"
( , ).
2011
Please specify the day when the startup
password is demanded on the calendar.
Touch an arbitrary date on the screen, then
touch "OK". A past date cannot be set.
Select Item

[11/01/20]
1/1
Every Day
Password Entry Request(yy/mm/dd)
By selecting Cycle, the setting that
demands the startup password for each
certain period (every day/every week/every
month) after the date when the startup
password demand can be done.
Every Week
Every Month
OFF
Select Item

Menu
Maintenance Security Function
USB Login
2011/01/01 0000
DATA
Select Item

Security
1/1
Security
[Disable]
SMF Quick
Change Startup Password
SMF Quick
Cycle
[OFF]
Select Item

OK
1234
Enter the startup password.
Z X C V B N M
BS A S D F G H J K L
Q W E R T Y U I O P
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0
Splice
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