How to replacing Electrodes for Sumitomo Fusion Splicer
The electrodes will typically need replacing after approximately 1,000 discharges. If the number of arc discharge exceeds 1,000 times, Arc Count shown on the screen (refer to page 25) will be highlighted in red for warning. The electrode tip is extremely sharp. Handle with great care.
|1: Turn off the splicer and unplug the power cord||2: Using your fingers, loosen the thumbscrews.||3: Lift the electrode cover plate as shown in the left figure.|
4: Remove the old electrode.
5: Install a new electrode.
Caution: When handling the electrodes, avoid touching the electrode tips with anything
|6: Tighten the thumbscrew while pushing the plastic button against the electrode cover plate.|
7: Repeat step 2 to 5 for the other electrode. Always replace both electrodes at a time.
8: Plug the power cord into the power module and turn on the power to condition the electrodes.
|Ensure that the new electrode is fully inserted with the plastic button against the cover plate. Failure to do so may cause splicer malfunction or to low splice performance.||An electrode tip is extremely sharp. Handle with care.|
- Be sure to turn off the splicer and unplug the power cord or remove the battery before replacing the electrodes.
- Discard the old electrodes properly.
- Do not clean the electrode. Doing so may cause unstable arcing performance.
Replacing monitor protection panel
The damaged or contaminated monitor protection panel can be replaced.
1: Unscrew the 4 screws to remove the monitor protection panel.
2: Fit a new monitor protection panel and tighten the 4 screws.
Caution: When fitting the panel to the monitor, pay attention not to let dust or dirt into the panel.