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Passive Components There are 14 products.

An optical network is mainly built using active and passive components. Passive components are an important part of the network, and do not usually include their own power supply. Passive components include couplers/splitters, wavelength-selective splitters (WDM, CWDM, and DWDM), circulators/isolators, and optical switches. All of these components are available in single-mode (SM) and multi-mode (MM) versions.

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  • This device can be used either as a polarization beam combiner to combine light beams from two PM input fibers into a single output fiber, or as a polarization beamsplitter to split light from an input fiber into two output fibers of orthogonal polarization states.

  • The Faraday rotator mirror is a fiber optic polarization rotation mirror designed for fiber optic networks and measurement applications. The state of polarization (SOP) of the reflected light is rotated 90 degrees from that of the input light.

  • 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.

  • These connectorized couplers are free of fiber pigtails and ready to be inserted in optical systems without the headaches of tinkering with fragile and messy fiber pigtails.

  • The polarization maintaining filter coupler can either split the light from an input PM fiber between 2 output PM fibers, or can combine light signals from 2 PM input fibers into a single PM output fiber.

  • This device can be used either as a polarization beam combiner to combine light beams from two PM input fibers into a single output fiber, or as a polarization beamsplitter to split light from an input fiber into two output fibers of orthogonal polarization states.

  • The Faraday rotator mirror is a fiber optic polarization rotation mirror designed for fiber optic networks and measurement applications. The state of polarization (SOP) of the reflected light is rotated 90 degrees from that of the input light.

  • 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.

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