Inno Instrument

User-friendly fibre splicers designed for high-precision work

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Fusion splicers from one of the world-leading manufacturers

Inno Instrument means intelligent splicers with high battery capacity.

With a selection including both core and clad splicers, high user-friendlyness and the latest technology, the right conditions are provided for splicing accurately!

Moreover, the users value the software View Pro Manager that comes along with the splicing unit. It has several usefull features, such as, the possibility to transfer GPS-coordinates for splicing.

Why choose Inno Instrument?


High-quality splicers from one of the leading manufacturers


One of the largest and most user-friendly screens on the market


Extensive maintenance


Software with many usefull features

Next generation fusion splicer!

With the splicers from the View Pro series you get: 

  • Accurate splicing!
  • Ultra high battery capacity
  • Easy and user-friendly interface on the big colour screen
  • You get a good overview of your splicers and splicing history with the newly invented and integrated cloud software View Pro Manager

Get an overview of splicers and splicings with View Pro Manager

FAQ about fusion splicing:

In short, fusion splicing is about connecting, also called splicing, two fibres, and consequently with as little loss as possible, as little reflection as possible and the highest possible mechanical strength.

Furthermore, it is important that the connection is stable and long-lasting - many years ahead!

2. What is a core splicer?

A core splicer uses advanced technologies, including light and cameras, to ensure that the fibre cores are placed accurately against each other before splicing begins.

See example of a core splicer here

3. What is a clad splicer?

When splicing, a clad splicer holds the fibre cables physically against each other in a retainer or a V-groove, based on the outer diameter of the fibre cable.
Since variances in outer diameter can occur, the cores does always align accurately at the joint. Therefore, clad splicing is rarely as accurate as core splicing, thus resulting in a little higher splice loss.

See example of a clad splicer here

What type of splicer you should choose, depends on your needs and your budget.

In brief:

  • If precision is highest priority when you splice, a core splicer is the right choice.
  • If your budget is limited and you can accept a slightly higher output loss when splicing, a clad splicer is a good choice.

At Alcadon we are ready to guide you based on your specific needs!

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