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3K91 - INNO IFS-10 Fusion Splicer & CMA4000i SM OTDR

INNO IFS-10 Fiber Master Singlemode Multimode Fiber Core Alignment (New DACAS - Digital Analysis Core Alignment System) Fusion Splicer Kit
GN Nettest CMA4000i OTDR Mainframe with CMA4425  Singlemode 1310nm / 1550nm Module

The INNO IFS-10 Fusion Splicer Is Brand New And Comes With a 3 Year Warranty!

The GN Nettest CMA4000i Is Refurbished And Comes With A 90 Day Exchange Warranty!

Dynamic Range
1310/1550nm : 36/34dB

INNO IFS-10 Fusion Splicer

Spec Sheet

Includes INNO VF-78 High Precision Fiber Cleaver,  Hard Carrying Cases and Accessories As Listed!

IFS10 IFS 10 CMA 4000 4425 CMA-4000 CMA-4425

BC# 12036 4870A 4870B

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Condition CMA4000i: Refurbished / INNO IFS-10: New
Warranty CMA4000i: 90 Day Exchange / INNO IFS-10: 3 Year Warranty
  • INNO IFS-10 Fiber Master Core-Alignment Fusion Splicer (BC# 12036)
  • INNO VF-78 High Precision Fiber Cleaver with Soft Case
  • 6 Month Fusion Splicer Care Kit FS6MC:
    • 4oz Flip Jar Of 99% Alcohol
    • (50) Non-Lint Dry Wipes
    • (6) Fiber Optic Wipes w/ 99% Alcohol
    • 2oz Pump Fast Evaporating Mirror Spray
    • (25) Camera Swabs
    • (25) V-Groove Swabs
  • (20) Fiber Protection Sleeves
  • Clauss CFS-2 Fiber Optic Stripper
  • INNO LBT-20 Battery Pack
  • AC Adapter / Battery Charger
  • DC Car Charger
  • Power Cable
  • RS232 PC Interface Cable
  • Spare Electrode Set
  • Cooling Tray
  • INNO IFS-10 Quick Reference Guide
  • Hard Copy User Manual
  • User Manual On CD-ROM
  • Hard-Sided Carrying Case w/ Strap & Keys


  • GN Nettest CMA4000i OTDR MainFrame (BC# 4870A)
  • GN Nettest CMA4425 Module (BC# 4870B)
    • Singlemode
      • 1310nm
      • 1550nm
    • Interchangeable FC Connector
  • (2) SM FC-FC Fiber Cables
  • (4) Fiber Optic Wipes
  • Battery Pack
  • AC Adapter/Charger
  • Power Cord
  • RS232 PC Interface Cable
  • User Manual On CD-ROM
  • Strap For Unit
  • Hard Carrying Case (G)
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INNO Fiber Master IFS-10 Core-Alignment Fusion Splicer

Core Alignment Fusion Splicer Comparison Chart

Inno Fiber Master IFS-10 Core-Alignment Fusion Splicer with the New (DACAS) Digital Analysis Core Alignment System is one of the most dependable splicers on the market. Once technicians put their hands on this unit in the field it becomes the unit of choice. The Fiber Master splicer features a rubberized design for field use in harsh weather conditions. The IFS-10 has a friendly, intuitive GUI (Graphical user Interface) with a 5 inch color LCD screen that is easy to see and is adjustable for front and rear splicer orientation. The sizeable, large battery capacity at full charge allows for up to 350 splices!  Amazingly, the IFS-10 splicer is the most reliable and user friendly Core Alignment splicer in the world.


  • 2.2kg weight (without Battery)
  • Splicing Method: DACAS
    • Digital Analysis Core Alignment System
  • Harsh weather conditions adaptability
  • Friendly smart GUI
  • Large Battery capacity: 350 times
  • Quick optimize menu
  • High precision splicing
  • USB master port, easy to upgrade software
  • Operate in Bi-directional view
Press Play To See The INNO IFS-10 In Action! 

Splicing Method:  Core alignment (DACAS:Digital Analysis Core Alignment System)
Average loss:  SM(0.02dB) | MM(0.01dB) | DS(0.04dB) | NZDS(0.04dB)
Return loss >> 60 dB
Splice time:  9s average SM | 7s SM Quick Mode
Pull test:  1.96~2.25N (standard)
Electrode Lifespan:  > 2,500 arcs
Applicable fiber: SM(ITU-TU.652), MM(ITU-TU.651), DS(ITU-T G.653),NZDS(ITU-T G.655), G657A, G657B
Cleaved length:  Coating diameter < 0.25mm = 8-16mm
Coating diameter > 0.25mm = 16mm minimum
Coating Diameter:  100-1000um
Cladding Diameter:  80-150um
Heating programs:  Preset 10 heating modes
Heating time:  FP-03 typical heating time 30s
Protection sleeve:  60mm, 40mm
Data output:  USB master device and COM
Splice Programs:  100 user mode
Splice Memory: Up to 2000 records
Battery:  Typical full cycle 350 times
Power supply:  AC 100-240V input or DC 10-15V
Monitor:  Color 5" LCD monitor, with tempered glass
Cameras: 2 CCD camera system
Magnification:  XY style: 150 power, X/Y: 300 power
Fiber Display:  X/Y or XY, single X.Y
Weight: 2.2KG (without battery)
Size:  155 x 130 x 143mm (excluding rubber bumper)
Wind protection:  The max wind speed 15m/s
Operating environment:  Elevation 0-5000 meters, -10~50°C, ~95% relative humidity
Storage Condition:  Temperature -40 to 80°C, ~95% relative humidity

VF-78 High Precision Cleaver

VF-78 High Precision Cleaver is an instrument for high precision fiber cutting.  It is compact and light, making it ideal for both single and 250um adaptable ribbon fiber cleaving (2-12 core).  The blade provides over 48,000 cleaves by easy and simple blade position selection.  Additionally, it has an automatic collector for fiber shards and off cuts.


  • TRUE once-step operation to complete the cleaving and collection of waste fiber shards automatically.
  • Convenient and quick to operate! - - -either hand-held or on table/worktop surfaces.
  • Very easy fiber setting and placing and, no need for blade height adjustment, therefore improving work efficiency and low maintenance cost.
  • Smart design of pressure pads prevent the fiber from damage by the return of the blade carriage.
  • Each point of the blade can be used no only over 3000 times, but each blade has 16 cutting points, providing over 48,000 cleaves.
  • Made for magnesium alloy materials, giving high strength and stability.  Small, compact size and light weight.

Dimension (mm)


Fiber Diameter


Fiber Cleave Length

Cleave Angle

Life Of Blade








0.5 Degrees

Total 48,000 cleaves (1,000 fiber for 1 step x total 16 Steps x 3 heights)

2 Step

Blade Pushback

CMA 4000i

The CMA 4000i Optical Test System provides the most complete test and measurement solution for the All-Optical Network. With its modular design, the instrument can be configured to meet the most demanding requirements for a variety of applications from fault location to testing Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) systems. The CMA 4000i can be configured as an OTDR with a Visual Fault Locator, Optical Power Meter, and Light Source; or as a high resolution Optical Spectrum Analyzer (OSA) for DWDM systems. With its variety of functions, the CMA 4000i offers the best value for optical network commissioning, troubleshooting, restoration, and maintenance applications.


CMA 4000i is the all-in-one test system for qualifying optical networks:

  • Commissioning
  • Fault Location / Restoration
  • Maintenance
  • DWDM System Turn-up

The Industry Leader in Optical Performance

High performance networks demand even higher performance test and measurement equipment -- and there?s no better solution than Anritsu's award winning test and measurement solutions. The CMA 4000i continues the Anritsu tradition of worldwide leadership in optical test and measurement.

With 50 dB of dynamic range and deadzones as small as 3.0 m, the CMA 4000i is ideal for testing long haul backbone networks, metro networks, or Passive Optical Networks (PONs). For complete system characterization, the CMA 4000i can easily be equipped with a light source and power meter for complete end-to-end loss testing. In addition, its Visual Fault Locator (VFL) option enables you to locate breaks within the OTDR?s deadzone or identify specific optical fibers within a cable. The 4000i offers a variety of operating modes for varying OTDR applications.

DWDM System Qualification

For commissioning or maintaining networks that employ DWDM technology, the model 4792 OSA module for the CMA 4000i is the ideal instrument. It allows testing both current and future DWDM networks. Operating from 1520-1620 nm (C- and L-bands), the model 4792 OSA module can automatically identify over 400 DWDM channels spaced less than 12.5 GHz apart -- perfect for testing high capacity DWDM systems.

Characterizing complex DWDM systems is simple with the CMA 4000i. One-button operation ensures that even the novice user is capable of characterizing a complex DWDM system for channel center wavelength, power, and OSNR. Simply power on the unit with the OSA module installed to see one of the following views: Table View, Drift View, or Graph View.


  • Highest Dynamic Range in the industry: 50 dB
  • OTDR, Loss Test Set, and VFL in a single module
  • Optical Spectrum Analyzer module with 10 GHz channel resolution
  • One-button testing

Operating Modes

Fault Locate Mode With its one-button auto test option, the CMA 4000i brings ease of use to a new level. Simply attach the fiber to the instrument, press Fault Locate, and your entire fiber optic cable is completely characterized for attenuation, splice loss, and reflectance. For users needing more measurement flexibility, the CMA 4000i offers the following modes to bring OTDR testing to a higher level:

Construction OTDR Mode Construction Mode simplifies and automates the tests and documentation most frequently performed during fiber installation. Construction Mode is designed for testing multiple fibers, and is ideal for cable installation and commissioning. It eliminates the time consuming setups common to the repetitive practices of testing, storing, analyzing, and documenting high fiber count cables.

From the setup screen, the operator can quickly select one or all wavelengths to test, specify the file naming structure, and enter the fiber count for a given cable. Once set up, the OTDR acts as a ?task master? to perform the following functions:

  • Select the wavelengths
  • Test the fiber at all selected wavelengths
  • Analyze the trace data
  • Store the trace and analysis data to either floppy or hard drive
  • Alert the technician to move to the next fiber to be tested and increment the filename to the next sequential number

Expert OTDR Mode Expert OTDR allows the user to perform traditional OTDR functions with dedicated hard keys tied to frequently used OTDR parameters such as pulse width, range/resolution, and wavelength. This mode provides unsurpassed user flexibility for optimization of OTDR parameters without stopping the test in progress. Key features of the Expert Mode include:

  • Real-time Testing
  • Splice Optimization
  • Loss Mode Setup
  • Dual Wavelength Testing
  • Trace Compare Mode
  • Trace Shift Capability


Table View Table view is ideal for quickly characterizing a DWDM system?s essential features and performance. The number of channels, channel spacing, and relative power between channels is immediately visible. The table also shows each channel?s wavelength/frequency, power, optical signal-to-noise ratio (OSNR), delta wavelength, and delta power.

Graph View Graph view displays full spectrum data and allows full manipulation of the waveform. Since this view displays the entire spectrum at all times, the user can zoom in while still maintaining a full spectrum view. In addition, it allows acquired and recalled data to be displayed together; this is especially useful for comparing spectra, analyzing channel power flatness, and viewing channel spacing.

Drift View Drift view is used in conjunction with the drift acquisition mode and is ideal for evaluating long-term power and wavelength stability of DWDM channels. This view displays channel number, reference wavelength, reference channel width, current wavelength, current power, minimum/maximum detected wavelength, and detected power. It can also be used to compare the received channel frequencies to the ITU standard DWDM grid or to a user-defined template, making field procedures simpler than ever.

Mainframe Specifications
Display VGA LCD Display (21.3 cm (8.4 inch) color or 20.8 cm (8.2 inch) monochrome)
Floppy Drive 3.5 inch/1.44 MB floppy disk
(up to 180 OTDR traces for a standard disk)
Keyboard Intergral alpha-numeric, external keyboard (optional)
I/O Ports Standard: (2) RS-232 Serial, (1) Parallel, VGA, Mouse, and (1) PS/2 External Keyboard Port
Internal Storage Up to 125 OTDR traces internal
2 Gigabytes minimum (Over 65,000 traces with hard drive option)
Dimensions (H x W x D) 24.1 x 34.3 x 9.5 cm (9.5 x 13.5 x 3.75 inches)
Weight 4.9 kg (11.0 lbs.) Includes mainframe, battery and module
Power Supply Autoswitching 100-132 VAC, 47-63 Hz, 184-250 VAC, 47-63 Hz, 10-15 VDC
Battery (2) Sealed lead acid battery pack
Battery Life 6 hours typical, depending on operating mode
Recharge Time 1.5 - 2 hours
AC Power Temperature 0º C to 45º C (32º F to 122º F)
AC Power Humidity 95% RH max., non-condensing
AC Power Maximum Altitude 15,240 meters (50,000 feet)
Battery Temperature 0º C to 40º C (32º F to 104º F)
Battery Humidity 95% RH max., non-condensing
Battery Maximum Altitude 15,240 meters (50,000 feet)
Storage Temperature -25º C to 60º C (-13º F to 140º F)
Storage Humidity 95% RH max., non-condensing
Storage Maximum Altitude 15,240 meters (50,000 feet)

NETTEST CMA4425 Specs:

Center Wavelength 1310 nm ± 20 nm
1550 nm ± 20 nm
Fiber Type Singlemode 9/125µ
Spectral Width (RMS) 1310 nm: = 10 nm
1550 nm: = 10 nm
Dynamic Range 1310 nm: 36 dB
(SNR = 1) 1550 nm: 34 dB
Initial Reflective Deadzone 1310 nm: 3 meters (typical)
1550 nm: 3 meters (typical)
Initial Non-Reflective Deadzone 1310 nm: 10 meters (typical)
1550 nm: 12 meters (typical)
Pulsewidth 10 ns to 10µs
Distance Resolution 0.0001 km; 0.1 meters; 0.001 kft, 1 ft, 0.0001 mi
Distance Sampling 0.25, 0.5, 1, 2, 4, 8, 16 meters (range dependent)
Distance Accuracy 0.0025% of distance measurement ± distance resolution ± index uncertainty
Distance Range Setting 2/4/8/16/32/64/128/256 km
Loss Resolution 0.001 dB
Laser Safety Meets CDRH Class 1 Requirements (Eye Safe) 21 CFR

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