FORC attended BICSI, one of the leading conferences for the Information Technology Systems Industry (ITS). At the BICSI conference FORC demonstrated a variety of budget friendly, highly efficient fusion splicer’s, fiber optic cleavers and OTDR’s from INNO Instrument and Yokogawa. With more cost efficient options now available the market is starting to value the quality and innovation of less expensive fusion splicer’s, fiber optic cleavers and OTDR’s. FORC is setting the standard by offering high quality products that compare to top sellers at reasonable pricing. Because of the dependability, splicing technology and the introduction of a 3 year warranty FORC sees the INNO IFS-10 and IFS-15H fusion splicer’s gaining huge momentum within the fiber contractor and internet service provider market.
The IFS-10 fusion splicer is waterproof, dust proof, anti-shock, and windproof. With smart GUI Icons the IFS-10 is easy to use, has a large battery capacity and a heating time faster than the competition. One of the most significant innovations of the IFS-15H is its compatibility. The I FS-15H is compatible with widely used fibers and cables including splice-on connectors. It combines the functions of both splicing and heating for those cables which are popular in the FTTH applications.
Although Yokogawa is the second largest OTDR supplier in the world (due to their market share in
With a wide variety of services including in-house technicians we repair, clean & calibrate fusion splicer's OTDRs and cleavers and more. FORC is the largest INNO Instrument authorized fusion splicer service center. Our clients benefit from our "In the field" philosophy with on-site demos and training sessions to help technicians keep up to date on the latest products. To request a product demo please call 877-287-7535 or use our demo request form.
About INNO Instrument
INNO Instrument was founded in
INNO Instrument has continued to develop their fusion splicer products to include the mini IFS-15H FTTx Core Alignment Fusion Splicer with splice on connectors.
Since its foundation in 1915, Yokogawa has been recognized as a technology leader. Annually, Yokogawa reinvests nearly a quarter billion dollars in research and development, much of it aimed at core technologies like test and measurement. As a result, Yokogawa's annual corporate revenues have grown to over
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