Innovators in Wire Processing
FiberOptic 7045
Fiber Optic Cable Stripping Machine
FiberOptic 7045
Specifically designed for processing jacketed fiber optic cables,
the FiberOptic 7045 strips the outer jacket, Kevlar, secondary
and primary coatings on all common single and multi-mode
cables. The machine is capable of a maximum stripping length
of 70 mm (2.80“) and a maximum of 4.5 mm (0.18“) in
diameter. Cable stripping programs with up to 9 steps can be
stored and selected for 99 different fiber optic cables. The
Schleuniger FiberOptic 7045 is extremely user friendly. The
clearly defined programming keypad and display guarantee
ideal working conditions.
Programmable processing parameters
Pull-off speed
Open blade prior to stripping (wayback)
Partial strip
Blade feed
Spin time
Direction of rotation
Temperature of the heating elements
Heater dwell time
Max. Stripping Length
70 mm (2.75”)
Max. Cable Diameter
4.5 mm (0.18”)
Step Resolution Stripping Length
0.1 mm (0.01”)
Step Resolution Diameter
Max. Stripping Levels
Program Capacity
Machine Cycle
Stripping Throughput
Power Supply
Approx. Power Consumption
Air Pressure
Air Pressure Consumption Per Cycle
Technical Specifications subject to change © Schleuniger, Inc., USA / FO_7045_DS_EN_US_V1
Process steps
Stripping of outer jacket and / or secondary coating (buffer)
Cutting of Kevlar
Dimensions (L x W x H)
Sales and Service by:
0.01 mm [0.001”)
99 different cables with 9 stripping levels each
Variable (dependent on cable type and program parameters)
Approx. 120 – 360 pieces/hr (depending on cable type and program
100 - 240 VAC / 47 - 63 Hz
100 VA
6 bar (87 psi)
2 – 30 I at 6 bar (90 psi), depending on the function
600 x 260 x 400 mm (23.6“ x 10.3“ x 15.8”)
30 kg (66 Ibs.)
RS 232, foot pedal
CE – Conformity
The FiberOptic 7045 fully complies with all CE and EMC equipment
guidelines relative to mechanical and electrical safety and electromagnetic compatibility.
Important Note
Schleuniger recommends that wire samples be submitted in cases where
there is doubt as to the processing capabilities of a particular machine.
Schleuniger, Inc.
Manchester, NH | USA
To Be Precise.
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