How Do Splice Connecters Work?

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Splices are permanent connections between two fibbers. There are two types of splices, fusion and mechanical splices. Fusion Splices are made by welding the two fibbers together usually by an electric arc. Mechanical Splices are alignment gadgets that hold the ends of two fibbers together with some index matching gel or glue between them. Many mechanical splices are used for restoration. Splicing is only needed if the cable runs are too long for one straight pull or you need to mix a number of different types of cables .
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