- GR-910 compliant.
- Ceramic ferrules.
- Choose from five fixed attenuation values.
Fiber equipment located too close to other fiber equipment? Having
problems with transmissions? Data being corrupted? Getting system
failures? The problem is easier to fix than you may think.
When a fiber device is very close to another one—for example, as
little as 3 feet (0.9 m)—the signal is extremely strong. The light
signal doesn't have time to attenuate or lose strength as it
travels down the fiber. This is called receive saturation. The
energy level of the fiber optic signal is too high and exceeds the
operating range of the receiving equipment. So when the light
reaches the other end, it reflects back along the cable. This
reflection distorts the signal and disrupts data.
Solve the problem with Black Box attenuators. They feature
guaranteed return-loss measures to attenuate the signal. To achieve
the fixed return loss, the attenuators use a doped single-mode
fiber with a wavelength of 1310–1550 nm.
Use the attenuators in CATV, LAN, WAN, and telecommunications
applications. When you have multiple fiber runs, use the
attenuators to make sure all are operating at the same optical
level. You can also use the attenuators as part of your test kits
to verify optical levels.
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