CWDM MUX/DUMUX 32 channels 16 wavelength

Model: CWDM-MUX-DEMUX-16-LC
Place of Origin: Zhejiang,China (Mainland)
Operating Wavelength MUX (nm): 1470, 1490, 1510, 1530, 1550, 1570, 1590, 1610
Operating Wavelength DEMUX (nm): 1470, 1490, 1510, 1530, 1550, 1570, 1590, 1610
No. of Channels: 16 channels,8 wavelength
Channel Spacing (nm): 20
Insertion Loss (dB): <=2.4
Isolation (adjacent)(dB): >=30
Isolation (non adjacent) (dB): >=40
Return Loss (dB): >=45
Operating Temperature: -20~+70 degree
Storage Temperature: -40~+85 degree

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CWDM-MUX-DEMUX-16-LC

CWDM MUX/DUMUX 32 channels 16 wavelength

Features

1) Low insertion loss

2) Wide pass band

3) High channel isolation

4) High stability and reliability

5) Epoxy free optical path


Applications

1) Line Monitoring

2) WDM network

3) Telecommunication

4) Cellular application

5) Fiber optical amplifier


Performance Specifications

Parameter

CWDM-MUX-DEMUX-16-LC

Operating Wavelength MUX(nm)

1310,1330,1350,1370,1390,1410,1430,1450 1470,1490,1510,1530,1550, 1570,1590,1610

Operating Wavelength DEMUX(nm)

1310,1330,1350,1370,1390,1410,1430,1450 1470,1490,1510,1530,1550, 1570,1590,1610

No.of channels

32 channels, 16 wavelength

Channel Spacing (nm)

20

Channel Pass band @-0.5dB bandwith (nm)

15

Insertion Loss (dB)

≤ 3.2

Channel Uniformity (dB)

≤0.5

Isolation (dB)

Adjacent

≥30

Non-adjacent

≥40

Insertion Loss Temperature Sensitivity (dB/°C )

≤ 0.005

Wavelength Temperature Shifting (nm/ °C )

≤ 0.002

Polarization Dependent Loss (dB)

≤ 0.15

Polarization Mode Dispersion (ps)

≤ 0.10

Return Loss (dB)

≥45

Directivity

≥50

Power Handling (mW)

500

Operating Temperature (°C)

-20 ~ +70

Storage Temperature (°C)

-40 ~ +85

Package

1U

Category: Coarse Wavelength Division Multiplexing

Related Category: Wavelength Division Multiplexing  Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing