MEMS 1×16 Fiber Optical Switch

The MEMSSeries 1×16 Non-Latching Fiberoptic switch connects optical channels by redirecting incoming optical signals into selected output fibers. This is achieved using a patent pending MEMS configuration and activated via an electrical control signal. It uniquely features rugged thermal activated micro-mirror movement instead of rotation, and latched to preserve the selectd optical path after the drive signal has been removed.

This novel design significantly reduces packaging requirement, offering unprecedented high stability as well as an unmatched low cost.

MEMS 1x16 Fiber Optical Switch

The MEMSSeries 1x16 Non-Latching Fiberoptic switch connects optical channels by redirecting incoming optical signals into selected output fibers. This is achieved using a patent pending MEMS configuration and activated via an electrical control signal. It uniquely features rugged thermal activated micro-mirror movement instead of rotation, and latched to preserve the selectd optical path after the drive signal has been removed. This novel design significantly reduces packaging requirement, offering unprecedented high stability as well as an unmatched low cost.

MEMS 1x16 Fiber Optical Switch

The MEMSSeries 1x16 Non-Latching Fiberoptic switch connects optical channels by redirecting incoming optical signals into selected output fibers. This is achieved using a patent pending MEMS configuration and activated via an electrical control signal. It uniquely features rugged thermal activated micro-mirror movement instead of rotation, and latched to preserve the selectd optical path after the drive signal has been removed. This novel design significantly reduces packaging requirement, offering unprecedented high stability as well as an unmatched low cost.
etMEMSTM 1×16 Switch Min Typical Max Unit
Operating Wavelength  Single Band:      1260~1360 or 1510~1610 nm
Dual Band:          1260~1360 and 1510~1610
Broad Band:        1260~1620
Insertion Loss [1] [2] 1.0 2.0 dB
Wavelength Dependent Loss 0.2 0.3 dB
Polarization Dependent Loss 0.15 dB
Return Loss [1] [2] 50 dB
Cross Talk [1] [2] 50 dB
Switching Time 10 ms
Repeatability ±0.05 dB
Repetition Rate 20 Hz
Durability 109 Cycle
Switching Type Non-Latching
Operating Temperature -5 70 oC
Storage Temperature -40 85 oC
Optical Power Handling [3] 300 500 mW
Fiber Type SMF-28

Notes:

  [1].Within operating temperature and SOP.

  [2].Excluding connectors.

  [3].Continuous operation, for pulse operation call.

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