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Dual Mechanical Switch 2x2((Latching or Non Latching)

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Dual Mechanical Switch 2x2((Latching or Non Latching)
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Dual Mechanical Switch 2x2((Latching or Non Latching)-MS


It works at 1310+/-40nm, or 1550+/-40nm or 1310/1550+/-40nm.Its max switching speed is 10ms.

Description

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Unmatched Low Cost

Low Insertion Loss

High Channel Isolation

Highly Stable and Reliable

Epoxy-Free Optical path

Latching or Non-Latching

 

Rayscience RMS Series switch connects optical channels by redirecting an incoming optical signal into a selected output fiber. This is achieved using a patent pending opto-mechanical proprietary configuration and activated via an electrical control signal. The Switch offers ultra-high reliability and fast switching speed as well as bi-directional performance. The RMS fiberoptic switches are true switching solution for optical networking applications.

 

 

 

Specifications:

 

 

 

Parameter

Specification

Operating Wavelength (nm)

1310±40 or 1550±40

1310±40 and1550±40 Dual Window

Insertion Loss (dB)

 

0.6(Typ.), 1.0(Max.)

 

0.8(Typ.), 1.2(Max.)

Wavelength Dependent Loss (WDL) (dB)

<0.20

 

<0.30

Polarization Dependent Loss (PDL) (dB)

<0.15

 

<0.15

Repeatibility(dB)

±0.02

±0.02

Channel Cross Talk (dB)

>60

>60

Return Loss (dB)

>55

Switching Speed (ms)

<10

Operating Voltage (V)

4.5 ~ 5.5

Power Handling (mW)

500

Durability (cycles)

10 Million (Min.)

Operating Temperature (°C)

-20 ~ +70

Storage Temperature (°C)

-45 ~ +85

Dimensions (LxWxH) (mm)

29x15x10

 

 

 


Additional Information

Additional Information

SKU RAY-MS-312
Part Number
MS
Applications
Configurable Optical ADD/DROP
Optical Signal Routing
Optical Network Protectioni/Restoration
Transmitter and Receiver Protection
Network Test System
Instrumentation
Country of Manufacture
Manufacture Rayscience
Conditions No
Lead Time 2 weeks
Export Terms No
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