Vytran

Morganville, NJ 07751

COMPANY OVERVIEW

About Vytran

Contact

1400 Campus Dr W
Morganville, NJ 07751
United States
http://www.vytran.com
732-972-2880
732-972-4410

More Info on Vytran

Vytran

Innovative Optical Fiber Splicing and Glass Processing Solutions

Vytran’s array of high-performance products includes all-in-one workstations and stand-alone tools for processes such as optical fiber stripping, cleaning, cleaving, splicing, tapering, recoating and proof testing. These unique tools are used in the development and manufacturing of fiber splices, fiber-based fused components, fiber terminations and many others. Application areas include fiber laser, medical, research, aerospace, sensing and optical communications.

At the foundation of our splicing products is proprietary filament fusion technology, a proven method for producing high-strength, low-loss splices. In addition, we use an exclusive “fire polish” process to further enhance splice strength. These technologies are combined with innovations in fiber position control, advanced image processing, thermo-mechanical stripping and fiber recoating, to enable production of the high-quality splices and fused-fiber components critical for many applications.

Our newest product for automated manufacturing also boasts features such as One Step Splice™ process software, which allows precision fiber splicing at the touch of a single button. The system also includes E-Splice™ capabilities for remote operation and statistical process control.

Founded in 1989, Vytran has accumulated more than 24 years of fiber and glass processing application data and expertise. We use this experience to help enhance customers’ particular applications. We also offer manufacturing consulting, comprehensive product training and refresh courses.

Vytran is headquartered in Morganville, New Jersey, USA, with customer support centers in Exeter, England; Cologne, Germany; and Hangzhou, China. We also offer service and training through many of our distributors around the globe. Vytran is a member of the NKT Group.

Products

Buyer's Guide

PTR-200-PRL

PTR-200-PRL is an optical fiber recoater for applying polyimide coating to a stripped section of fiber. The system applies the polyimide resin, and then thermally cures it to ...
Buyer's Guide

FAS-3000

FAS-3000 is a one-of-a-kind, automated, flexible fusion splicing workstation. FAS can be configured to suit a particular application using various “toolbox” modules for fiber ...
Buyer's Guide

LDC-400

The LDC-400 is an optical fiber cleaver designed to produce precise, consistent flat and angled cleaves on fibers ranging from 80 microns to 1.25 mm in diameter. This fully automated...
Buyer's Guide

PTR-200 Series

PTR-200 is a comprehensive series of optical fiber recoaters and proof testers. A variety of product configurations allow the customer to choose among manual, extended length ...
Buyer's Guide

LFS-4000 Splicer

The LFS-4000 is an optical fiber splicer designed to splice standard and specialty fibers as large as 0.9 mm in diameter. The system combines proprietary filament fusion technology...
Buyer's Guide

GPX-3000 Series Optical Fiber Processors

The GPX-3000 Series of glass processors provides a comprehensive range of optical fiber splicing and glass processing capabilities. GPX systems use proprietary filament fusion...

Articles

FIGURE 1. OCT imaging can provide real-time in vivo cross-sectional visualization of the internal tissue microstructure morphology by interferometrically measuring the phase delay of the injected light beam (a) using a fiber probe (b).
FIGURE 1. OCT imaging can provide real-time in vivo cross-sectional visualization of the internal tissue microstructure morphology by interferometrically measuring the phase delay of the injected light beam (a) using a fiber probe (b).
FIGURE 1. OCT imaging can provide real-time in vivo cross-sectional visualization of the internal tissue microstructure morphology by interferometrically measuring the phase delay of the injected light beam (a) using a fiber probe (b).
FIGURE 1. OCT imaging can provide real-time in vivo cross-sectional visualization of the internal tissue microstructure morphology by interferometrically measuring the phase delay of the injected light beam (a) using a fiber probe (b).
FIGURE 1. OCT imaging can provide real-time in vivo cross-sectional visualization of the internal tissue microstructure morphology by interferometrically measuring the phase delay of the injected light beam (a) using a fiber probe (b).
Detectors & Imaging

OPTICAL COHERENCE TOMOGRAPHY: Monolithic fiberoptic probes enable medical imaging with OCT

Fiberoptic processing technologies such as filament fusion can be used to fabricate probes for biomedical imaging techniques ranging from coherent detection via OCT to spectroscopy...
Fiber Optics

Vytran expands optical fiber splicing service with German support center

Morganville, NJ--Optical fiber splicing and photonics processing solutions company Vytran opened its newest customer support center in Cologne, Germany.
(Courtesy of Vytran)
An all-fiber passive system is used to coherently combine the output from four fiber lasers (top). Power outputs as high as 100 W are possible; output power levels are shown for ports P1 and P2 (bottom).
An all-fiber passive system is used to coherently combine the output from four fiber lasers (top). Power outputs as high as 100 W are possible; output power levels are shown for ports P1 and P2 (bottom).
An all-fiber passive system is used to coherently combine the output from four fiber lasers (top). Power outputs as high as 100 W are possible; output power levels are shown for ports P1 and P2 (bottom).
An all-fiber passive system is used to coherently combine the output from four fiber lasers (top). Power outputs as high as 100 W are possible; output power levels are shown for ports P1 and P2 (bottom).
An all-fiber passive system is used to coherently combine the output from four fiber lasers (top). Power outputs as high as 100 W are possible; output power levels are shown for ports P1 and P2 (bottom).
Fiber Optics

LASER BEAM COMBINING: Coherent beam combiner yields 100 W of fiber-laser power

Over the last decade, high-power fiber lasers have gained substantial market share in industrial applications such as marking, metal cutting, and welding due to their excellent...
Fiber Optics

Vytran demonstrates 100 W power from passive fiber-optic combiner

Morganville, NJ--Vytran has coherently combined up to four fiber lasers to produce 100 W of single-transverse-mode output from an all-fiber passive configuration.
Fiber Optics

Vytran becomes part of NKT Photonics

Copenhagen and Morganville, NJ--NKT has increased its 27% stake to a full ownership of Vytran for an undisclosed sum.

Buyer's Guide Listing Information

Click here for listing information and directions on how to add or update your company.

Request More Information From Vytran

By clicking above, I acknowledge and agree to Endeavor Business Media’s Terms of Service and to Endeavor Business Media's use of my contact information to communicate with me about offerings by Endeavor, its brands, affiliates and/or third-party partners, consistent with Endeavor's Privacy Policy. In addition, I understand that my personal information will be shared with any sponsor(s) of the resource, so they can contact me directly about their products or services. Please refer to the privacy policies of such sponsor(s) for more details on how your information will be used by them. You may unsubscribe at any time.