Product information "MMVOA Variable Optical Attenuators"
MEMS-based; Fiber Type SM, PM; C or L Band; Connector Type (Receptacle) FC/PC, ST, SC; LC, MU, E2000; Attenuation up to 40 dB
OZ Optics’ MMVOA series of MEMS-based variable optical attenuators (VOAs) come in a miniature package. These best-in-class attenuators are available either as single units or as arrays of attenuators in which each VOA has its own independent continuous control. Attenuation is controlled by an analog DC voltage input signal.OZ Optics’ MMVOA series of MEMS-based VOAs is available with either Single Mode or Polarization Maintaining (PM) ﬁbers. Advanced manufacturing techniques ensure optimum alignment of PM ﬁbers, allowing high Polarization Extinction Ratios while dramatically minimizing assembly costs.MMVOA series of MEMS VOAs are available in any combination of the following parameters: (1) Single VOAs with 0 to 6.5 V or 0 to 18 V driving power; (2) VOA arrays with 5 V power supply to the module and 0 to 6.5 V on each driving pin; (3) normally open or normally closed.Architecture: Uni-axial, Uni-directional, MEMS Mirror; Electrostatic Comb; Fully Symmetric
Telcordia GR-1209 and GR-1221 qualiﬁed
Available as Single-channel Discrete VOA, 4 & 8 Channel VOA Arrays and with Higher Port Counts up to 40 VOAs per Module
Normally-open or Normally-closed
Low Voltage (6.5 V) or High Voltage (18 V)
Single Mode or PM Fber
Analog DC Voltage Control
Independent Continuous Attenuation Control for Each Channel
Fast Response, Hight Dynamic Range
Low Insertion Loss, WDL, PDL, TDL
Applications: Signal Power Management in Optical Networks; Dynamic Optical Power Control and Channel Equalization in Add/drop Multiplexers; Power Balancing before Modulation and Multiplexing; Active Gain Equalization in DWDM Systems; Power Control into Receivers; Gain Tilt Control in EDFAs; Channel Balancing for Optimizing Transmission Performance in Long-haul and Metro Networks; Test Equipment
Variable Optical Attenuators
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