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Bare Fiber Adapters

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Bare Fiber Adapters  Bare fiber adapters from OZ Optics Ltd. provide a simple and effective way to use unterminated fibers with commercial receptacles.

Users strip, clean, and cleave their fiber, inserting it into the bare fiber adaptor. They are recommended for power meter connections, temporary system repairs, or wherever a quick fiber connection is required. A magnetic clamping mechanism gently yet firmly holds the fiber in place without harming soft acrylate coatings. The magnetic clamp applies minimal stress to the fiber, which makes it ideal for polarization-maintaining fiber related measurements including extinction ratio, polarization dependent loss, and polarization mode dispersion measurements.

Bare fiber adaptors with the magnetic clamp accommodate 250- to 400-μm OD buffer fiber and 900-μm OD tight buffer, with custom jacket sizes also available.


Photonics Spectra
Jan 2021
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