Multiplexer doubles capacity of single fiber strand.
Gig-E Bi-directional Wavelength Division Multiplexer utilizes two wavelengths to carry two channels in different directions on one strand of fiber. Product converts electrical signals to wavelengths on one strand of fiber, providing manageable solution to achieve distances up to 20 km. At one end of connection one wavelength is used to transmit, while another wavelength is used to receive. Unit...Read More »
Video Multiplexer employs all digital processing techniques.
Pure Digital Fiberlink-® 7040 Series transmits 4 channels of composite video over 1 single mode or multimode fiber. It features 7 MHz bandwidth and is compatible with NTSC, PAL, or SECAM video standards. Unit operates over wide temperature range using 9-24 V ac or dc power. Transmitter and receiver are both equipped with indicator LEDs to continuously indicate presence of power and up to 4 video...Read More »
Multiplexer/Demultiplexer incorporates 62.5 µm core fiber.
Multimode fiber-based DWDM mux/demux offers 8 channel, 200 GHz spacing. It features uniform channel-to-channel insertion loss and large bandwidth due to broad flat-top passband. Insertion loss is typically less than 1 dB and polarization dependent loss is less than 0.3 dB over -40 to +85-Read More »
Differential Multiplexers switch up to 20 channels.
Solid-state 7710 multiplexer modules offer automatic cold junction compensation capability for temperature measurement with thermocouples. They accommodate differential signals up to 60 V and 0.1 A and have insertion loss of less than 3 dB up to 2 MHz. Model 7700 differential multiplexers include latching electromechanical relays, which enable signal bandwidths up to 50 MHz. They handle signals...Read More »
Advantages of VPSA Technology for Your Application
VPSA technology uses different equipment than PSA and requires significantly less energy, resulting in an average cost savings of one-third to one-half in comparison to PSA systems.Read More »
Strain Gage Amplifiers handle multiple channels.
MAC MultiAmplifier Card and IMUX Tension Multiplexer provide multi-point tension monitoring. MAC amplifies signals from up to 8 tension transducers or load cells, and supplies corresponding number of 0 to 10 Vdc signals. Signals may be used as inputs to drives, PLCs, or other control devices. Additional 0 to 1 mA or 0 to l00 microA signal is supplied as meter output. IMUX can select and display...Read More »
Multiplexer Chip handles high-speed signals.
ZXFV302 4:1 multiplexer provides bandwidth of 240 MHz and slew rate of 450 V/microsecond, serving video and other high-speed signal switching applications. Its stability and 40 mA output current capability handle 75 ohm cable driving. Low differential gain and phase distortion are key features, achieving 0.01% and 0.04-Read More »
Multiplexer/Recorder suits harsh environments.
DIVxr (Digital Interactive Video Multiplexer Ruggedized Recorder) is capable of recording up to 4 camera inputs and 4 audio inputs simultaneously. Image processor provides real time recording and playback of video image data at up to 25 frames/sec (PAL) and up to 30 frames/sec (NTSC) using wavelet compression technology. DIVxr has 9-36 Vdc power option, tamper-proof lock, steel enclosure,...Read More »
Audio Multiplexer sends and receives signals up to 37 miles.
Series AT/AR7400 20-bit, four-channel, digital multiplexer allows two stereo or four monaural audio signals to be digitally encoded and transmitted on one optical fiber. Quality of signal is maintained under all optical conditions through maximum optical path loss of 20 dB. Medium-haul performance has 80 dB signal to noise ratio and operating temperature range of -40 to +74-Read More »
Multiplexers have low jitter for communications.
SY100EP56V, SY100EP57V, and SY100EP58V multiplexers have low random jitter and deterministic jitter of less than 1 psrms and 25 pspk-pk, respectively. This meets jitter and skew requirements of SONET/SDH communications systems, high-end enterprise server applications, and ATE systems. All three operate from supply voltage between 3.0 and 5.5 V, and work in -40 to +85-Read More »
DWDM features low insertion loss.
Standard 16-channel Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexer maintains 3 dB insertion loss over operating temperature of 0 to 60 deg C. Passive athermal performance avoids need for several watts of power to drive heaters or other temperature control devices, and for system monitoring and alarms to signal malfunction of temperature control devices.Read More »
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