Fiber optic amplifiers
Voltage: 48, 220 V
Frequency: 45 MHz - 862 MHz
... Adopts low-noise original DFB laser as the source of 1550nm internal modulation optical transmitter. EDFA parts adopts OFS fiber and pump laser from JDSU and Fitel. 3. It can replace 1550nm external modulation optical ...
Voltage: 110 V - 254 V
... modules of this machineadopt the imported DFB laser, the max output power can reach to 36mW. 2. The internal RF driving amplifier andcontrolling circuit of this machine can ensure the best C/N. The perfect andstable ...
Features 1. It’sa new generation of modular, plug and play products series to meet the CATVfront end machine room equipment with high density installation requirements ofthe design and development of multifunction communication platform. 2. ...
Features: 1. Especially designed for long distance transmission. 2. Based on Stimulated Raman Scattering effect. 3. Low noise figure. 4. Wide gain bandwidth. 5. Wide wavelength from 1300nm to 1600nm.
Power: 60 W
ERBIUM-DOPED FIBER AMPLIFIER (EDFA) Neptec’s Erbium-doped fiber amplifier (EDFA) modules are designed for optical network signal amplification and long term reliability. ...
Voltage: 3.3 V
EOA-µ Amplet Booster provides up to 20 dBm of output power in an ultra-compact footprint and can be customized for single channel or multi-channel wideband power amplification. Standard models are available at 15 dBm, 17 dBm, and 19 ...
Power: 5 W - 50 W
HIGH POWER INFRARED SINGLE MODE OPTICAL PM FIBER AMPLIFIERS up to 50W in IR ALS-IR-AMP series are design to provide solutions in the atom cooling domain when specific narrow spetral line width are ...
Voltage: 12 V - 36 V
Current: 200 mA
Frequency: 1,500, 800, 1,000, 2,700 Hz
... Precise detection of small parts Available as 2, 4, 6 or 8-channel versions Operation with inexpensive acrylic fibre optics
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How to choose this product
A fiber-optic amplifier multiplies photon flow by electronic excitation. The term also refers to a fiber-optic sensor.
These devices are used to amplify signals in long-distance fiber-optic telecommunications systems. Automatic fiber-optic sensing involves detecting the passage of objects.
In fiber-optic telecommunications, the signal is boosted at regular intervals. The most common method uses laser pumping to stimulate an erbium-doped fiber amplifier (EDFA). There are other doping systems, as well as a technique using the Raman effect.
Fiber-optic sensing is via interruption or reflection of a laser beam. In general, each unit is equipped with two optical connections and electrical connections for the power supply and for the detection signal. Sensitivity is adjustable, and the unit may be able to self-regulate based on past experience.
How to choose
A telecommunications apparatus will be chosen as a function of signal frequency range and transmission distance. For sensing equipment, the choice will depend on required functional sophistication and response time.
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