Product information "PDLE-100-11 Motor Driven Polarization Dependent Loss Emulator"
1520-1610 nm; Insertion Loss <1.00 dB; Polarization Mode Dispersion <0.5 ps; Return Loss >55 dB; Fiber Type SM; Max. Input Power 500 mW
OZ Opticsʼ PDLE-100-11 motor driven polarization dependent loss emulator (PDLE) is an OEM module that comes with a built-in stepper motor, optical block, and control firmware. The device allows the user to set, with high precision, a desired PDL artifact value within a 0.1 dB to 20 dB dynamic range, using the remote-control interface commands.
The motor driven PDLE features low insertion loss (IL) and low polarization mode dispersion (PMD) over a broad operating wavelength range. The standard model is optimized for C/L band optical signals, covering 1520 nm to 1610 nm. By controlling and accurately manipulating the state of polarization (SOP) inside the device, one can generate variable PDL from 0.1 dB to 20 dB (higher PDL values available on request), with fine resolution.
The PDLE-100-11 is useful to emulate PDL effects due to passive/active optical devices in an optical link, such as attenuators, modulators, array waveguides, fiber Bragg gratings, switches, fused couplers, etc. The PDLE enables physical emulation of the PDL in an optical system to quantify available PDL budget margins. The PDLE coupled with other OZ Optics products such as a polarization dependent loss meter, a polarized stable source, or a polarization controller, can significantly assist in defining and quantifying polarization dependent losses in an optical system.
Electrically Controlled Polarization Dependent Loss (PDL) Emulation
Low Residual Insertion Loss (IL): <1.00 dB
Broad Wavelength Range: 1520 nm to 1610 nm
Wide Selection Range of Connectors
Low Polarization Mode Dispersion (PMD): <0.5 ps
High PDL Resolution
Computer Interface Selection: RS232, I2C or SPI
Fiber Type: 9/125 μm Single Mode (SM) Fiber
PDL Dynamic Range: 0.1 dB to 20 dB
Optical Return Loss: >55 dB
Operating Temperature: 0°C to +40°C
Maximum Input Power: 500 mW
Response Time: 20 dB Change <1 s, 1 dB Change <0.1 s
Power Supply: 5 V to 12 V, Typ. 520 mA Max. @5 V, 182 mA Typ. @12 V
Dimensions: 20.4 x 50.6 x 72.2 mm (Not Including Fibers)
Weight: 100 g
Applications: Polarization Dependent Loss (PDL) Compensation; Reference PDL Source; Test Equipment PDL Calibration; Quality Control and Measurement
Motor Driven Polarization Dependent Loss Emulator
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