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High Power PM 1x4 Magnet Optical Switch
  • High Power PM 1x4 Magnet Optical Switch
  • High Power PM 1x4 Magnet Optical Switch

High Power PM 1x4 Magnet Optical Switch

Switch Type:Magneto

Package Type:Device

Fiber Configuration:1x4

Wavelength Range:1520 ~ 1580nm

Dimension:(L)40.0×(W)14.0×(H)7.5 ±0.2mm

Product Details

Description

The high power polarization maintaining M1x4 magneto optical switch is connected to the optical path by connecting or blocking the optical signal. This high power optical switch has non-mechanical configurations and activated via an electrical control signal. The switch also has build-in circulator and isolator functions. These high power optical switches are widely used in sensing system and aerospace equipment.

 

图片1.png Features

· Solid-state high speed
· High Stability, High Reliability
· Epoxy-free on Optical Path
· Fail-safe latching

    

 图片1.png Applications

· Aerospace equipment
· Configurable Add/Drop
· System monitoring
· Sensing system

 

 图片1.png Specifications

Parameters

Unit

Specifications

Wavelength Range

nm

1520 ~ 1580

Test Wavelength

nm

1550

Insertion Loss 1, 2

dB

≤ 1.2

TDL

dB

≤ 0.30

ER

dB

≥ 18

Return Loss

dB

≥ 50

Crosstalk

dB

≥ 40

Repeatability

dB

≤ ±0.01

Switching Time

us

≤ 100

Pulse Duration

us

≥ 200

Durability

Cycles

≥10 Billions

Switch Type

NA

Latching

Operating Current

mA

≤ 200

Maximum Optical Power

W

10

Operating Temperature

-5 ~ +70

Storage Temperature

-40 ~ +85

Dimension

mm

(L)40.0×(W)14.0×(H)7.5 ±0.2

Note:  

 1  Test at room temperature and SOP.

  2  Excluding connectors, 0.2dB for one pair connectors.

 

Optical Route

100%

Ordering Information

SUN-CSW-HPM-M1x4-A-B-C-D-E-F-G

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

Switch Type

Fiber Type

Voltage

Wavelength

Tube Type

Fiber Length

Connector

B:Bidirectional

PM1550:PM1550

2.5:2.5V

1550:1550nm

900:900um

10:1.0m±5cm

FA:FC/APC(Align to slow axis)

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