GAOTek Fixed Optic Attenuator 15 dB (Inline Steel Tube Ceramic Ferrule)

This Fixed Optic Attenuator 15 dB (inline Steel Tube Ceramic Ferrule) has an in-line fixed loss that reduces the source power to an acceptable detection level with 15 dB attenuation value.

Description

Overview

GAOTek Fixed Optic Attenuator 15 dB (Inline Steel Tube Ceramic Ferrule) has an in-line fixed loss that reduces the source power to an acceptable detection level with 15 dB attenuation value.  GAOTek Optic attenuator is 100 % optical performance and factory tested. It is environmentally stable and high-power light source durability. It has metal ion doped fiber and comes with wavelength independence.

Features

  • Attenuation levels ranging from 1 dB to 30 dB, with standard and premium tolerances, plus custom configurations.
  • 1310 nm, 1550 nm, 1250 nm to 1625 nm and 1350 nm/1550 nm dual wave lengths.
  • Metal ion doped fiber with wavelength independence
  • Environmentally stable, compact packaging
  • High-power light source durability

Technical Specifications

Fiber ConnectionSingle Mode, Multimode
Operating Wavelength850 nm,1310 nm 1550 nm, 1310 nm and 1550 nm
Attenuation values1 dB ~10 dB/ 15 dB/ 20 dB/ 25 dB/ Specified
Attenuation Accuracy<±0.5 dB for 1 dB-10 dB, <±1 dB for 11 dB-30 dB
Polish TypePCUPCAPC
Return Loss50 dB55 dB65 dB
Connector TypeFC, SC, ST, LC, MUFC, SC
Polarization Dependent Loss≤ 0.2 dB
Maximum Optical Input Power200 mW
Bandwidth±40 nm
Port TypeFemale/ Male
Housing MaterialMetal
Ferrule MaterialCeramic
Operating Temperature-40 °F to 176 °F (-40 °C ~ 80 °C)
Storage Temperature-67 °F to 185 °F (-55 °C ~ 85 °C)

Additional Information

Ordering Information:

Fiber TypeConnector TypePolish TypeAttenuationWavelength
50/125 µm
62.5/125 µm9/125 µm
FC,SC,ST,LC,MCPC,UPC,APC1 dB,2 dB,
3 dB,5 dB,
7 dB,10 dB,
15 dB,20 dB,
25 dB
850 nm,
1310 nm,
1550 nm,
1310/1550 nm,
1310/1490 nm

Applications

  • Telecommunication Networks and CATV Networks
  • Data Communications Networks
  • Erbium Doped Fiber Amplifiers (EDFA)
  • Dense Wave Division Multiplexers (DWDM)
  • Overpowered fiber optic systems

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