Passive optical fiber taps include LC and MPO connector options

Aug. 11, 2020
Used for monitoring and testing of fiber-optic links, L-com offers its passive fiber-optic taps in split ratios of 50/50, 60/40, 70/30 and 98/2, off-the-shelf.
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L-com has launched a new line of passive fiber-optic taps to address telecommunications, test and measurement, R&D, fiber network maintenance, and optical system design applications.

The passive fiber-optic taps are used for monitoring and testing of fiber-optic links. They split a certain percentage of optical power to allow for analysis of data and signal integrity, as well as enabling maintenance of a fiber link without interruption of service.

Since different split ratios are required depending on the data protocol, type of monitoring and type of testing, L-com offers the passive fiber-optic taps in split ratios of 50/50, 60/40, 70/30 and 98/2, off-the-shelf.

Other features include: single-mode and multimode versions; LC and MPO connector options; and LGX module form factors, as well as component form factors (single-mode LC only).

“We are excited to add to our already extensive fiber product line by offering these new passive optical taps,” said Paul Hospodar, product line manager at L-com. "These products can be used in a multitude of test and analysis applications across a wide range of industries. By offering same-day shipping on these new products we are able to meet our customers’ urgent needs."

L-com’s new passive fiber-optic taps are currently in stock and available for same-day shipping.

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