AVIT™-RH Auto Inspect & Clean Fiberscope Probe

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AVIT Software Info

Inspect + Clean Installed Circular Connectors Onboard Aircraft, Ships, and Other Space-Constrained Locations.

The AVIT-RH (for Remote Head) is a fully automated system with integrated cleaning, which removes human subjectivity from the entire inspect-clean cycle and eliminates issues caused by traditional fiberscope probes, such as: stability, poor focus, and part damage.

The AVIT-RH is compact enough to interface with circular receptacles and plugs using long working-distance optics and motion control to position itself over each ferrule in any size shell. 

AVIT-RH inpsects and cleans without active operation using a system of robotics and automated software, freeing operators to complete other critical tasks, drastically cutting down on labor costs and increasing productivity.

AVIT-RH will pass or fail a part using strict, enforceable test critera with throughput higher than alternative inspect and clean processes. If a ferrule fails, the AVIT-RH will automatically clean and re-inspect without having to remove the parts or use a different tool.

Administrators and test engineers have password protected access to customization, allowing them to set the test criteria for parts and maximum number of inspect-clean cycles before an ultimate failure is recorded. 

All AVIT™ models are protected under US Patent.

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What does AVIT mean?

AVIT is an acronym that stands for Automated Visual Inspection Tool…the name stuck!

If a ferrule fails, do I have to remove it to clean it?

No, the cleaning process is fully integrated into the system, using our disposable FastCLEAN cartridges. Our systems limit damage caused by frequent part handling by doing this.

Do I have to initiate and stop the cleaning process myself? How do I determine this?

The FastCLEAN is cartridge is fully automated and uses a pre-determined amount of length that moves over the fiber end face.

What if the ferrule fails again after it has already been cleaned?

Some defects are stubborn contaminants; others are permanent pits, chips, cracks, or scratches, which will not be eliminated by simply cleaning. You are able to set the number of inspect/clean cycles before it is deemed an ultimate fail and requires re-polishing.