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Introduction to Fiber Optic Splitter 1x2
LGX PLC splitters integrate the splitter with an LGX type module,The strong metal body protects the parts and splitters components inside the closure, while there are pre-teminated adapters on the LGX box to connect to outside equipment.
The LGX PLC splitter is small size and robust as well as flexible to use, it works with single mode optical fibers and with multiple adapters options, thus this product can be used stand alone or with fiber optic patch panels.
- Good channel-to-channel Uniformity
- High Polarization Extinction Ratio
- Low Input Polarization Sensitivity, PDL≤0.2dB
- Low Polarization Dependent Loss
- Operating bandwidth: 1260- 1650nm
Fiber Optic Splitter 1x2 Specification
|PLC Splitter Type||LGX Module PLC Splitter|
|Fiber Type||Singlemode G657A1 or G652D|
|Fiber Length||1m or 1.5m or Requested|
|Package Style||Blockless Steel Tube|
|Typical Insertion Loss (≤) dB||3.9|
|Insertion Loss (≤) dB||4.2|
|Loss Uniformity (≤) dB||0.4|
|Polarization Dependent Loss (≤) dB||0.2|
|Wavelength Dependent Loss (≤) dB||0.3|
|Return Loss (≥) dB||50|
|Directivity (≥) dB||55|
|Temperature Dependent Loss (≤) dB||0.5|
FAQs on Fiber Optic Splitter 1x2
Q:How does a fiber splitter work?
A:Passive Optical Splitters are, quite simply, the components that split the fiber and its signal. A signal from the Aggregation Switch is sent along a run of fiber. When it reaches a Passive Optical Splitter, mirrors and glass in the component split the light into two, or three, or more fiber strands.
Q:What is the difference between splitter and coupler?
A:The way we define it, a coupler (usually) has four ports, uses no “internal” resistors and has one isolated port that is terminated. A splitter is (usually) a three-port, is non-directional, and requires internal resistors (like a Wilkinson) and has no isolated port.
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