1×N Multimode PLC Splitter Specification
A 1xN multimode PLC splitter is a type of optical splitter that is designed to divide a single optical signal into multiple output signals. The "1xN" notation refers to the fact that there is one input port and N output ports, where N can be any number. Multimode PLC splitters are typically used in fiber optic communication networks to distribute optical signals from a central location to multiple endpoints.
The acronym "PLC" stands for Planar Lightwave Circuit, which refers to the manufacturing process used to create the splitter. PLC splitters are made by etching a silica glass substrate with a pattern of waveguides that divide the incoming signal into the desired number of output signals. The waveguides are arranged in a planar circuit, hence the name "planar lightwave circuit".
Multimode PLC splitters are designed to work with multimode fiber optic cables, which have a larger core diameter than single-mode fibers. They are typically used in shorter distance, high-bandwidth applications such as data centers, local area networks (LANs), and multimedia distribution systems. The most common configurations for multimode PLC splitters are 1x2, 1x4, 1x8, and 1x16, but higher port counts are also available.
|Polarization dependent loss||≤0.1||≤0.1||≤0.1||≤0.1||≤0.1||≤0.15||dB|
|Fiber Length||1.0(±0.1) or customer specified||M|
|Fiber Type||50/125 or 62.5/125||um|
|Connector Type||SC/UPC or customer specified|
|Operating Temperature||-5 ~ +60||℃|
|Storage Temperature||-40 ~ +85||℃|
|Package Dimension with bare fiber(H×W×L)||4×4×40||4×4×40||4×4×40||4×7×55||4×7×50||4×12×60||mm|
|Package Dimension with loose tube(H×W×L)||4×7×50||4×7×50||4×7×50||4×7×60||4×7×55||4×12×60|
Specified without connectors.
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