1x32 PLC Fiber Splitter Plastic ABS Box Package,SC/APC 2.0mm, 3.0mm
The box beam splitter is designed to be installed and manufactured in a 19-inch standard rack and a beam splitter. Its types are o-type, l-type, p-type, s-type, r-type, and u-type, which fully comply with industry standards. Product features: Small size and beautiful appearance. Different types of connectors can be provided according to customer needs. The standard configuration is sc. Quick installation, reliable performance, stable spectroscope specifications meet the industry standard requirements of yd / t893. Product application scope and advantages: Generally, it is mainly used in the following occasions: Installation in a 19-inch standard rack; When the optical fiber branch enters the house, the installation equipment provided is an optical cable transfer box; When the optical fiber branch enters the house, the customer specifies the equipment installation. Its main points are: simple structure and easy processing. Good spectral uniformity, especially suitable for passive optical networks
1*32 splitter SC FC splitter is mainly used in corridor optical splitter. It can flexibly increase the number of insert optical splitters to expand the port capacity. The optical splitter uses a planar optical waveguide (PLC) optical splitter, and the active fiber connection can be SC or LC.
|Package Style||ABS Module||Configuration Type||1x32|
|Fiber Type||Singlemode G.657A1||Connector Type||LC/UPC SC/APC|
|Fiber Diameter||2.0mm||Pigtail Length||1.5m|
|Insertion Loss||≤7.0dB||Return Loss||≥50dB|
|Polarization Dependent Loss||≤0.2dB||Temperature Dependent Loss||≤0.5dB|
|Wavelength Dependent Loss||≤0.3dB||Operating Bandwidth||1260~1650nm|
|Operating Temperature||-40~85°C||Storage Temperature||-40~85°C|
Optical Signal Distribution
Lan and CATV System
Passive Optical Networks (PON)
Measuring System and Laser System
DWDM and CWDM Systems
|Operating Wavelength (nm)||1260~1650||1260~1650||1260~1650||1260~1650||1260~1650||1260~1650|
|Typical Insertion Loss (dB)||3.7||6.8||10||13||16||19.5|
|Max Insertion Loss (dB)||4||7.2||10.5||13.5||16.9||21|
|Max Loss Uniformity (dB)||0.4||0.6||0.8||1.2||1.5||2.5|
|Min Return Loss (dB)||50||50||50||50||50||50|
|Max PDL (dB)||0.2||0.2||0.3||0.3||0.3||0.4|
|Min Directivity (dB)||55||55||55||55||55||55|
|Max Wavelength Dependent Loss (dB)||0.3||0.3||0.3||0.5||0.5||0.8|
|Max Temperature Dependent Loss (-40~85°C)||0.5||0.5||0.5||0.8||0.8||1|
|Operating Temperature (°C)||-40~85||-40~85||-40~85||-40~85||-40~85||-40~85|
|Storage Temperature (°C)||-40~85||-40~85||-40~85||-40~85||-40~85||-40~85|
Best Alternative for FTTx Solution
Being installed in an outside plant enclosure, PON splitter is used to distribute or combine optical signals, which gives carriers the ability to split optical signals to multiple homes or businesses.
Compact design, suitable for installation in outdoor fiber distribution box
The ABS PLC splitter supports the protection for inner componnents, it is suitable for reliable installation in your system design and manufacturing. Many of our OEM customers in the FTTH, FTTX, PON, GOPN prefer to use the ABS PLC splitter together with outdoor fiber distribution box.
|Pigtail In||Pigtail Out||Connector||Fiber Core||Pigtail Length||Package|
|1002=1X2 1004=1X4 1032=1X32|
B= Box package
R= Rack Mount
P= Blade Package
|B=250um bare fiber|
L=900um loose tube
|B=250um bare fiber|
L=900um loose tube
|Plastic Box package/mm||Miniature Package/mm||Blade Package/mm||Rack Mount/mm|
|XU=19” Rack Mount (X=1,2,3,4,)|
31=R Type Mount Box
(1) Insertion loss.
The insertion loss of an optical fiber splitter refers to the dB of each output relative to the input optical loss. Its mathematical expression is: Ai = -10lg Pouti / Pin, where Ai refers to the insertion loss of the i-th output port; Pouti is Optical power of the i-th output port; Pin is the optical power value of the input end.
(2) Additional losses.
The additional loss is defined as the number of DBs of the total optical power of all output ports relative to the input optical power loss. It is worth mentioning that for optical fiber couplers, the additional loss is an indicator of the quality of the device manufacturing process, and reflects the inherent loss of the device manufacturing process. The smaller the loss, the better. The insertion loss only indicates the output power status of each output port. It not only has the inherent loss factor, but also considers the effect of the splitting ratio. Therefore, the difference in insertion loss between different fiber couplers does not reflect the quality of the device. For the 1 * N single-mode standard fiber splitter, the additional loss is shown in the following table: Number of branches 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 16 Additional loss DB 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.45 0.5 0.55 0.6 0.7 0.8 0.9 1.0 1.2
(3) Spectroscopy ratio.
The splitting ratio is defined as the output power ratio of each output port of the optical fiber splitter. In the system application, the splitting ratio is indeed based on the actual optical power required by the optical node of the system to determine the appropriate splitting ratio (except for the average distribution). The splitting ratio of the optical fiber splitter is related to the wavelength of the transmitted light. For example, when an optical splitter transmits 1.31 micron light, the splitting ratio of the two output ends is 50:50; when transmitting 1.5 μm light, it becomes 70: 30 (The reason why this happens is because the optical fiber splitter has a certain bandwidth, that is, the bandwidth of the optical signal transmitted when the splitting ratio is basically unchanged). So be sure to indicate the wavelength when ordering a fiber splitter.
Isolation refers to the ability of an optical path of an optical fiber splitter to isolate optical signals in other optical paths. Among the above indicators, the isolation is more significant for the optical fiber splitter. In actual system applications, devices with an isolation of more than 40dB are often required, otherwise the performance of the entire system will be affected. In addition, the stability of the optical fiber splitter is also an important index. The so-called stability means that when the external temperature changes and the working conditions of other devices change, the splitting ratio of the optical fiber splitter and other performance indicators should be basically unchanged. In fact, the stability of the optical fiber splitter depends entirely on the technological level of the manufacturer. The quality of products from different manufacturers is quite large. In practical applications, I did encounter many low-quality optical fiber splitters. Not only did the performance indicators degrade rapidly, but the damage rate was quite high. Important components used in optical fiber trunks must be paid attention when purchasing, and should not be viewed alone. The price and price of the optical branch with a low level of technology must be low.
In addition, uniformity, return loss, directivity, and PDL all occupy very important positions in the performance index of the optical fiber splitter.