Fiber Optic Connectors transfer data in extreme conditions.

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Able to function in environments facing temperatures up to 432°F and pressures up to 30,000 psi, Seal-Connect Fiber Optic Extreme Connectors are available in single- or multi-mode configurations. Insertion loss per channel is less than 0.5 dB and back reflection is -50 dB. Units can be manufactured in Inconel® 718, Hastelloy® C-276, or Stainless Steel 17-4pH.

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Fiber Optic Technology Enables Data Transfer In Extreme Conditions

Kulpsville, PA (October 2006)- Greene, Tweed has developed a new, leading-edge, fiber optic connector technology, Fiber Optic Extreme, capable of withstanding the harsh environments and extreme conditions commonly faced in challenging applications in a variety of markets, from defense to oilfield.

Greene, Tweed's new leading-edge Seal-Connect® Fiber Optic Extreme technology transfers data at rates ten times faster than traditional copper designs, allowing the user to make proactive, real-time decisions. Functioning in environments facing temperatures as high as 432° F (225°C) and pressures up to 30,000 psi (2,070 bar), Fiber Optic Extreme is available in single- or multi-mode configurations. Fiber Optic Extreme's insertion loss per channel is less than 0.5dB, and the back reflection is -50dB. The patent-pending design can be manufactured in lnconel®718, Hastelloy®C-276 or Stainless Steel 17-4pH.

Greene, Tweed leverages expertise in a variety of markets and products to give customers the most innovative solutions to meet performance challenges and reduce total cost of operation. With fully qualified engineering, sales and support personnel located throughout the Americas, Europe and Asia, Greene, Tweed delivers solutions to individual customer applications on a global scope. Greene, Tweed products are sold and distributed worldwide. For additional information, contact Greene, Tweed at + or visit our website at

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