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Single Mode Multi-Wavelength Passive Optical Splitter

Part Number:
PLC Splitter

Application:

Description

Maxcom’s Single-mode Fiber PLC splitter (Planar Lightwave Circuit). These PLC splitters provide a low-cost solution for optical signal distribution in PON network, with 19” Rack Mount, 1RU, and superb reliability. These PLC devices have high quality performance, such as low insertion loss, low PDL, high return loss and excellent uniformity over a wide wavelength range from 1260 nm to 1620 nm, and work in temperature from -40ºC to +85ºC. They were developed using silica glass waveguide circuits and aligned fiber optic pigtails integrated inside a rack mount package, the 19” rack mount brackets can be placed on the front or rear by the customer to provide flexibility allowing you to have the connectors on the rear or front. Standard connectors are SC/APC.

Features:

  • Broadband
  • Low loss
  • Low polarization sensibility loss
  • Excellent stability in changing environments

Main applications:

  • FTTP (FTTH, FTTO), FTTB, FTTC, FTTN, HFC

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