This document discusses some of the cleaning issues that you encounter when you use compressed air as a method to clean a fiber-optic device
You can trace the majority of measurement variation and repeatability problems in single mode and
multimode fiber−optic connections to the cleanliness of the optical path. This issue particularly affects the available optical power and back reflectance performance.
Neither the laboratory compressed air nor the aerosol or CO2 compressed air tests have proven to be entirely successful to clean fiber−optic connections.
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