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Introduction to 1x64 Fiber PLC Splitter
PLC (Planar Lightwave Circuit) Splitters are Single-mode splitters with an even split ratio from one input fiber to multiple output fibers. This 1×64 Fiber PLC Splitter is a 1×64, with 1 input and 64 output fibers with an even split ratio across all fibers regardless of input wavelength. 1×64 Fiber PLC Splitter Cassette Module provides a plug-and-play method for integration in the network, which eliminates any risks during installation. 1×64 Fiber PLC Splitter eliminates the need for splicing machines on the field and there is no need for skilled personnel for deployment. The following figure shows 1×64 Fiber PLC Splitter Cassette Module Splitter applied in the 1U rack chassis in GPON network.
Connectorized PLC Splitters are available with your choice of Fiber Optic Connectors: LC/UPC, LC/APC, SC/UPC, SC/APC, FC/UPC, FC/APC, and ST/UPC.
- LAN, WAN & Metro Networks
- Telecommunication Networks
- Passive Optical Networks
- FTT(X) Systems
- Value Added Module
1x64 Fiber PLC Splitter Specification
|PLC Splitter Type
|Cassette Module PLC Splitter
|Singlemode G657A1 or G652D
|1m or 1.5m or Requested
|Blockless Steel Tube
|Typical Insertion Loss (≤) dB
|Insertion Loss (≤) dB
|Loss Uniformity (≤) dB
|Polarization Dependent Loss (≤) dB
|Wavelength Dependent Loss (≤) dB
|Return Loss (≥) dB
|Directivity (≥) dB
|Temperature Dependent Loss (≤) dB
FAQs on 1x64 Fiber PLC Splitter
Q:I have a question regarding PLC splitter. Is there any way to make it bi-directional, if you shine light into fiber 4, you will see any light out of the IN fiber?
A:Hi, PLC splitter is generally used in PON network, if you use it in PON network, then it can meet your requirement, but if not, it can not achieve the bi-directional transmission. Because if multiple transceivers in the same wavelength from fiber 4 transmit signals to the IN fiber transceiver, then this transceiver cannot distinguish the signals. And PON network adopts Time division multiplexing technology, so the transceiver can distinguish the signals from different transceivers.