Abstract

We propose a novel system that precisely detects and unfailingly stops a propagating optical fiber fuse (FF). This system monitors the peculiar luminescence observed with the FF phenomenon, and the output of the laser light source that causes the FF is discontinued based on the monitored result. We confirm that FF propagation can be terminated with certainty a few tens of milliseconds after the detection of an FF.

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