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Product Description

Fiber Optic Splitter Product Name

16 way pon fiber optic plitter fiber to fiber coupling

Fiber Optic Splitter Description:

PLC-Planar Lightwave Circuit Splitter is a kind of power splitter based on the integrated quartz baseplate.
Single Mode PLC 1×N and 2×N Splitter divide uniformly optical signals from 1 or 2 inputs to multiple
outputs, and spliter can be operated in reverse direction to combine multiple signals into fiber or 2 fibers.

Fiber Optic Splitter Features:
Low Insertion loss
Low PDL
Compact Design
Good channel-to-channel uniformity
Wide Operating Wavelength: From 1260nm to 1650nm
Wide Operating Temperature:From -40ºC to 85ºC
High Reliability and Stability

Fiber Optic Splitter Applications 
FTTX Systems
PON Networks
CATV Links
Optical Signal Distribution

Fiber Optic Splitter Compliance 
Telcordia GR-1209-CORE
Telcordia GR-1221-CORE
RoHS
 
Fiber Optic Splitter Specifications

Table 1 – 1×N PLC Splitter
 

Parameters 1×2 1×4 1×8 1×16 1×32 1×64
Operating Wavelength (nm)     1260~1650    
Fiber Type     G657A or customer specified  
Insertion Loss (dB)(P/S Grade) 3.8/4.0 7.1/7.3 10.2/10.5 13.5/13.7 16.5/16.9 20.5/21.0
Loss Uniformity (dB) 0.4 0.6 0.8 1.2 1.5 2.0
Return Loss (dB) 55 55 55 55 55 55
Polarization Dependent Loss(dB) 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.25 0.3 0.35
Directivity (dB) 55 55 55 55 55 55
Wavelength Dependent Loss(dB) 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.5 0.5 0.5
Temperature Stability(-40~85 0.4 0.4 0.4 0.5 0.5 0.5
ºC)(dB)
           
Operating Temperature (ºC)     -40~85    
Storage Temperature (ºC)     -40~85    
Device Dimension (mm) 40×4×4 40×4×4 40×4×4 50×4×4 50×7×4 60×12×4
(L×W×H)
           
Module Dimension (mm) 100×80×10 100×80×10 100×80×10 120×80×18 140×115×18 140×115×18
(L×W×H)
           
Mini-Module Dimension (mm) 50×7×4 50×7×4 60×7×4 60×12×4 80×20×6 N/A
(L×W×H)
           
Table 2 – 2×N PLC Splitter            
Parameters 2×2 2×4 2×8 2×16 2×32 2×64
Operating Wavelength (nm)     1260~1650    
Fiber Type     G657A or customer specified  
Insertion Loss (dB) 4.0 7.6 11.0 14.4 17.5 21.0
Loss Uniformity (dB) 0.6 1.0 1.2 1.5 1.8 2.2
Return Loss (dB) 55 55 55 55 55 55
Polarization Dependent Loss(dB) 0.2 0.2 0.3 0.3 0.4 0.4
Directivity (dB) 55 55 55 55 55 55

 
Notes:
 
Specified without connectors.
Add an additional 0.15dB loss per connector.

FQA :

1. Q: Are you a manufacturer?
A: yes, we are a manufacturer , FTTH solution and data center total solution provider in HangZhou, China, established in 2000.

2. Q: What’s your MOQ?
A: MOQ can be 1 pcs, but the price is not competitive.More quantity,the price will be more competitive.

3. Q: Can you quote FOB price?
A: yes. We can delivery by air, DHL, TNT, UPC, FEDEX, etc. For big quantity we will deliver it by sea.

We can quote price with freight and lead time for you, after you let us know detailed requirements with quantity.

We have competitive shipping forwarders. For more solutions, you can feel free to contact us.

4. Q: How is your quality?
A: Our production is according to IEC, Europe standard. CE, ISO, RoHS, CPR, and ANATEL certified.

All the products are 100% test before delivery.

5. Q: What’s your lead time?
A: It depends on the quantity and products. For fiber optic patch cord, the lead time can be 2 -3 working days within 5000 pcs. We keep the regular products in stock. Also, we can deal with urgent orders.

6. Q: What’s your warranty?
A: Depends 1 different product, we have1 years warranty for patch cord since delivery, but only responsible for non-artificial damage. For artificial damage, we can repair it for you for free, freight will be paid by your side.

7. Q: What’s your packing?
A: International export standard package.If you need to print your logo on the packing, please let us know before we quote.

8. Q: Can you offer OEM/ODM?
A: yes, we can. all products accept OEM /ODM. we can CZPT the Confidentiality Agreement.

9. Q: Can I have a sample?
A: It depends on which products, Free sample provide under 10 usd. Freight will be paid by buyer before delivery.

10. Q: How can I order?
A:1.send mail or inquiries with product name, specification, and quantity  to us . Provide your receive address if you need FOB,CIF,CFR price.

2.We will offer our quotation with lead time.

3.After the quotation confirmed, we will send a PI with our bank account.

4.Production will be arranged after the payment received.

5.Confirm the consignee with you before we deliver it.

6.The tracking number will be provided after the delivery.

11. Q: What your payment term?
A: T/T, Western Union, Paypal, MoneyGram at once. For big amounts, can be 50% deposit in advance, 50% balance paid before delivery.

Workshop:

Certificates:

ISO9001, ISO1400, CE, RoHS, CPR, ANATEL certified

Exhibitions:

OFC, CommunicAsia, ECOC, Netcom, SVIAZ ICT, AFRICACOM, CAIRO ICT, etc. 

Shipping Cost:

Estimated freight per unit.



To be negotiated
Type: Fiber Optic Splitter&Coupler
Wiring Devices: ODF
Certification: CE, ISO, RoHS, GS
Samples:
US$ 10/Piece
1 Piece(Min.Order)

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Customization:
Available

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How does a flexible coupling protect connected equipment from shock loads and vibrations?

Flexible couplings play a crucial role in protecting connected equipment from shock loads and vibrations by providing damping and isolation capabilities. When machines or mechanical systems experience sudden shock loads or vibrations, the flexible coupling acts as a buffer, absorbing and dissipating the impact, thereby reducing the transmitted forces and protecting the equipment. Here’s how flexible couplings achieve this:

  • Damping of Vibrations: Flexible couplings are often made from materials that exhibit damping properties. When vibrations are transmitted through the shafts, the flexible coupling’s material can absorb a portion of the vibrational energy, converting it into heat. This dissipation of energy helps reduce the amplitude of the vibrations and prevents them from propagating further into the connected equipment.
  • Vibration Isolation: In addition to damping vibrations, flexible couplings also offer a degree of vibration isolation. They are designed to decouple the two shafts, which means that vibrations occurring on one shaft are not directly transmitted to the other shaft. This isolation effect prevents vibrations from propagating across the entire system and minimizes the impact on sensitive equipment or nearby components.
  • Shock Absorption: When the connected machinery experiences sudden shock loads, such as during a startup or abrupt changes in load, the flexible coupling can act as a shock absorber. The coupling’s design allows it to deform slightly under the impact, absorbing and distributing the shock energy. This prevents the shock from being directly transferred to the connected equipment, reducing the risk of damage or premature wear.
  • Misalignment Compensation: Flexible couplings are capable of compensating for misalignment between the shafts. Misalignment can lead to additional stresses and vibrations in the system. By allowing for some degree of angular, parallel, and axial misalignment, the flexible coupling reduces the forces transmitted to the connected equipment and the supporting structures.
  • Reduction of Resonance Effects: Resonance is a phenomenon that occurs when the natural frequency of a system matches the frequency of external vibrations, leading to amplified vibrations. Flexible couplings can help avoid resonance effects by altering the system’s natural frequency and providing some level of flexibility that damps the resonance response.

By incorporating a flexible coupling into the drivetrain or power transmission system, equipment manufacturers and operators can significantly improve the reliability and longevity of connected machinery. The coupling’s ability to dampen vibrations, isolate shocks, and compensate for misalignment contributes to a smoother and more stable operation, reducing maintenance requirements and enhancing overall system performance.

In summary, flexible couplings act as protective elements, shielding connected equipment from shock loads and vibrations. Their ability to dampen vibrations, isolate shocks, and compensate for misalignment contributes to a smoother and more reliable operation of various mechanical systems.

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What are the differences between elastomeric and metallic flexible coupling designs?

Elastomeric and metallic flexible couplings are two distinct designs used to transmit torque and accommodate misalignment in mechanical systems. Each type offers unique characteristics and advantages, making them suitable for different applications.

Elastomeric Flexible Couplings:

Elastomeric flexible couplings, also known as flexible or jaw couplings, employ an elastomeric material (rubber or similar) as the flexible element. The elastomer is typically molded between two hubs, and it acts as the connector between the driving and driven shafts. The key differences and characteristics of elastomeric couplings include:

  • Misalignment Compensation: Elastomeric couplings are designed to handle moderate levels of angular, parallel, and axial misalignment. The elastomeric material flexes to accommodate the misalignment while transmitting torque between the shafts.
  • Vibration Damping: The elastomeric material in these couplings offers excellent vibration dampening properties, reducing the transmission of vibrations from one shaft to another. This feature helps protect connected equipment from excessive vibrations and enhances system reliability.
  • Shock Load Absorption: Elastomeric couplings can absorb and dampen shock loads, protecting the system from sudden impacts or overloads.
  • Cost-Effective: Elastomeric couplings are generally more cost-effective compared to metallic couplings, making them a popular choice for various industrial applications.
  • Simple Design and Installation: Elastomeric couplings often have a straightforward design, allowing for easy installation and maintenance.
  • Lower Torque Capacity: These couplings have a lower torque capacity compared to metallic couplings, making them suitable for applications with moderate torque requirements.
  • Common Applications: Elastomeric couplings are commonly used in pumps, compressors, fans, conveyors, and other applications that require moderate torque transmission and misalignment compensation.

Metallic Flexible Couplings:

Metallic flexible couplings use metal components (such as steel, stainless steel, or aluminum) to connect the driving and driven shafts. The metallic designs can vary significantly depending on the type of metallic coupling, but some general characteristics include:

  • High Torque Capacity: Metallic couplings have higher torque transmission capabilities compared to elastomeric couplings. They are well-suited for applications requiring high torque handling.
  • Misalignment Compensation: Depending on the design, some metallic couplings can accommodate minimal misalignment, but they are generally not as flexible as elastomeric couplings in this regard.
  • Stiffer Construction: Metallic couplings are generally stiffer than elastomeric couplings, offering less vibration dampening but higher torsional stiffness.
  • Compact Design: Metallic couplings can have a more compact design, making them suitable for applications with limited space.
  • Higher Precision: Metallic couplings often offer higher precision and concentricity, resulting in better shaft alignment.
  • Higher Cost: Metallic couplings are typically more expensive than elastomeric couplings due to their construction and higher torque capacity.
  • Common Applications: Metallic couplings are commonly used in high-speed machinery, precision equipment, robotics, and applications with high torque requirements.

Summary:

In summary, the main differences between elastomeric and metallic flexible coupling designs lie in their flexibility, torque capacity, vibration dampening, cost, and applications. Elastomeric couplings are suitable for applications with moderate torque, misalignment compensation, and vibration dampening requirements. On the other hand, metallic couplings are chosen for applications with higher torque and precision requirements, where flexibility and vibration dampening are less critical.

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Can flexible couplings handle misalignment between shafts?

Yes, flexible couplings are specifically designed to handle misalignment between shafts in rotating machinery and mechanical systems. Misalignment can occur due to various factors, including installation errors, thermal expansion, manufacturing tolerances, or shaft deflection during operation.

Flexible couplings offer the ability to compensate for different types of misalignment, including:

  • Angular Misalignment: When the shafts are not collinear and have an angular offset, flexible couplings can accommodate this misalignment by flexing or twisting, allowing the two shafts to remain connected while transmitting torque smoothly.
  • Parallel Misalignment: Parallel misalignment occurs when the two shafts are not perfectly aligned along their axes. Flexible couplings can adjust to this misalignment, ensuring that the shafts remain connected and capable of transmitting power efficiently.
  • Axial Misalignment: Axial misalignment, also known as end float or axial displacement, refers to the relative axial movement of the two shafts. Some flexible coupling designs can accommodate axial misalignment, allowing for slight axial movements without disengaging the coupling.

The ability of flexible couplings to handle misalignment is essential in preventing premature wear and failure of the connected equipment. By compensating for misalignment, flexible couplings reduce the stress on the shafts, bearings, and seals, extending the service life of these components and improving overall system reliability.

It is crucial to select the appropriate type of flexible coupling based on the specific misalignment requirements of the application. Different coupling designs offer varying degrees of misalignment compensation, and the choice depends on factors such as the magnitude and type of misalignment, the torque requirements, and the operating environment.

In summary, flexible couplings play a vital role in handling misalignment between shafts, ensuring efficient power transmission and protecting mechanical systems from the adverse effects of misalignment. Their ability to accommodate misalignment makes them indispensable components in various industrial, automotive, aerospace, and marine applications.

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editor by CX 2023-08-17