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1064nm Polarization Maintaining Optical Circulator
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1064nm Polarization Maintaining Optical Circulator-PMCIR Series


The 1064nm Polarization Maintaining Optical Circulator is a compact high performance lightwave component that transmits the incoming signal from port 1 to port 2, while transmitting another incoming signal from port 2 to port 3.

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The 1064nm Polarization Maintaining Optical Circulator is a compact high performance lightwave component that transmits the incoming signal from port 1 to port 2, while transmitting another incoming signal from port 2 to port 3. The component provides high isolation, low insertion loss, high extinction ratio, and excellent environment stability.

 

Specifications

Parameter

Unit

Type A                                     

                                Type B

Center Wavelength

nm

1064

Operating Wavelength Range

nm

± 5

Typ. Insertion Loss at 23;λc,all polarization states

dB

3.4

1.8

Max. Insertion Loss at -5-50;all Wavelength Range,all polarization states

dB

4.0

2.1

Typ. Isolation at 23℃;λc

dB

52

30

Min. Isolation at 23℃; all Wavelength Range,all polarization states

dB

45

25

Min. Extinction Ratio

dB

20

Min.Cross Talk

dB

50

Min. Return Loss

dB

50

Max. Optical Power (Continuous Wave)

mW

300

Fiber Type 

 

PM 980 Panda Fiber or Specify

Max. Tensile Load

N

5

Operating Temperature

-5 to + 50

Storage Temperature

-40 to +85

Above specifications are for device without connector.

For devices with connectors, IL will be 0.3dB higher, RL will be 5dB lower, and ER will be 2dB lower.

 

Additional Information

Additional Information

SKU RAY-PMCIR Series-563
Part Number
PMCIR Series
Applications
Industrial Laser, 1064 nm, Yb Laser
Country of Manufacture
Manufacture Rayscience
Conditions No
Lead Time 2 weeks
Export Terms No
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