Passive network components are network components that usually do not require any electrical power input. Key passive components include couplers/splitters, wavelength-selective splitters (WDM, CWDM, and DWDM), circulators/isolators, and optical switches. They are available for both single-mode (SM) and multi-mode (MM) applications. These parts are crucial for building a powerful and error-free network. Using unsuitable passive components at key locations in a network could have a quick and noticeable detrimental effect on system performance.
These isolators are the smallest in size but the highest in quality in the market. They are ruggedly built to function reliably in a wide variety of environments.
General Photonics’ fiber optic circulators are compact, high-performance light-wave components that separate signals traveling in opposite directions along fibers by transmitting signals from port 1 to port 2 and port 2 to port 3, while blocking signals traveling in the opposite directions.