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Fiber Optic Assemblies offer hermetic, feed-through versions.
Amphenol Corp., Amphenol Aerospace
Sidney, NY 13838
Oct 10, 2013
Hermetically sealed assemblies and bulkhead feed-throughs are available in ARINC 801 circular connector format for fiber optic interconnects. Designed for aerospace applications requiring optimal environmental and pressure sealing, fiber optic assemblies can achieve sealing rates in excess of 1 x 10-5 He/sec. Versions are available in all standard shell size/insert arrangements for multi-mode (50/125 µm and 62.5/125 µm) and single-mode optical fiber.
Scalable Fiber Optic Simulator features removable modules.
M2 Optics, Inc.
Holly Springs, NC 27540
Aug 27, 2012
User-configurable for applications such as physical network emulation and equipment certification, Fiber Lab Flex(TM) Optical Fiber Testing Platform consists of one 19 in. rack mountable instrument that accepts up to 10 removable modules. Each module can be filled with up to 10 km of any fiber type or brand and supplied with any standard connector. This allows for mixing of different lengths while yielding repeatable results. Fully loaded module weighs 4.75 lb and measures 9.5 x 1.5 x 11 in.
Fiber Laser Marking System features 10 W laser.
Charlotte, NC 28273
Mar 09, 2010
Model TF410 features 1.06 μm laser light source housed in separate control unit, which can be mounted in 19 in. rack and incorporates 1.06 μm laser light source and buffer memory. Light beam is conducted to system's marking head by optical fiber. Product includes T700W marking program that manages traceability data, links with production databases, and allows for logo marking. Included software also offers materials libraries and log file generation.
Feedthrough System providess high-density solution.
3M Company / Electronic Products Division
Austin, TX 78769
Jan 13, 2003 Single-Mode OGI Multi-Fiber panel-mount and backplane feedthrough system includes multi-fiber cable assemblies, multi-fiber fan-out assemblies, panel-mount couplings, daughter-card couplings and backplane couplings. Panel-mount couplings come in single- and 4-port versions. Backplane blind-mate quad couplings hold 4 OGI connectors, each of which houses 8- or 12-fiber MT ferrules in ˝ in. interface. Cable Assemblies are available in 8- and 12-fiber cables.
Fiber Pigtails cut manufacturing costs.
3M Optical Components
Austin, TX 78726-9000
Apr 22, 2002 Fiber pigtails allow solder to be reflowed multiple times for optimal fiber alignment, without solder pull strength or metallization degradation. Assemblies improve performance of edge emitting devices by increasing light coupling efficiency with wedge fiber lens and AR coatings. By using components on single-mode and polarization maintaining fibers, users can improve performance of pump laser modules, external modulators, and many other optical devices.
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