Product Code: 6100-00012

ezi-Fibre Mechanical Splice

DINTEK’s ezi-Fibre™ Mechanical Splice provides an inexpensive, quick alternative to terminating fibres without the need for a fusion splicer.

DINTEK ezi-Fibre™ Splice uses V-groove technology, to align the fibres together and maintain physical contact between the fibres. No assembly tool is required to ensure the fibres are mated correctly. The resulting connection using the connector results in an average insertion loss of about 0.1dB.


  • FTTx
  • Pigtail connection in premise environments
  • Fibre-to-the-Subscriber (FTTx) applications
  • Telecommunications
  • CATV
  • Local area network


  • ISO/IEC 11801
  • Cenelec EN 50173-1 / TIA-568 C.0
  • Data Center Cenelec EN 50173-5
  • ISO/IEC 24764/ TIA-942
  • Ethernet IEEE 802.3; 10/40/100GbE


  • Minimal tools required
  • Low insertion loss of between 0.1-0.2db
  • Environmentally stable
  • Easy termination / Fast splicing time
  • Suitable for 250 μm and/or 900 μm buffered fibers
  • Uses V-Groove alignment technology

Suitable for 250 μm and 900 μm

DINTEK ezi-FIBRE Termination Kit

Ordering Information
Product Number Product Name Connector Type Color Marking Mode
6100-00012 ezi-Fibre Splice Clear Dual
2106-02005 SC Singlemode  ezi-Fibre Connector (UPC) SC Blue Single Mode
2106-02020 SC Singlemode  ezi-Fibre Connector (APC) SC Green Single Mode
2106-02013 SC Multi-Mode  ezi-Fibre Connector SC Beige Multi Mode
Technical Specifications
General Specifications
Cable Size 250um / 900um / 2.0mm / 3.0 mm / Flat Cable
Assembly Time 30 seconds (after preparing fiber ends)
Materials Engineering Plastics & Index matching gel
Mechanical Data
Pull Strength (kg), Typical 0.5kgf (900um); 6kgf (3.0mm); 1kgf (Flat Cable)
Operating Temperature (deg) -40 ~ +70°C
Performance Data
Insertion Loss (dB), Typical 0.1dB Insertion Loss (dB)
Insertion Loss (dB), Maximum Max 0.3dB
Return Loss (dB), Typical -50dB
Termination Process

Prepare fibre by stripping off to approx 40mm

Place into cleaver and cut the fibre to 13mm length

Insert the first fibre fully into one side of the splice. Buffer should fit inside splice approximately 10mm

Prepare other fibre and repeat process inserting fibre into opposite side of splice

Place slight bend on each fibre to ensure connection between the to ends of the fibre

Then press down the middle connection tabs locking the fibres into place