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fiber connector inspectionPoor fiber connector inspection results might not be down to defects or damaged to the fiber itself but could be a result of issues with your inspection environment.

Between surface dirt and dust and wear and tear on your equipment, you may be getting more failures than are actually warranted.

Connector cleanliness is crucial when inspecting a ferrule for actual damage as slurry can show up as defects. Also worn connection points in your interferometer or an unstable test environment can give you unreliable test results.

This eBook aims to help you address these potential factors in order to improve the acuracy of your fiber connector inspection results.

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