Optical taps and power monitors from OZ Optics are Telcordia GR-468-qualified

Jan. 26, 2015
A line of optical taps (built with singlemode and polarization-maintaining fibers) and power monitors for telecommunications meets the requirements of Telcordia standard GR-468.

A line of optical taps (built with singlemode and polarization-maintaining fibers) and power monitors for telecommunications meets the requirements of Telcordia standard GR-468. The product line has utility in optical amplifiers, DWDM systems, and FTTX networks for real-time monitoring and feedback. The inline taps integrate directly into fiber pigtail assemblies for packaging devices that rely on optical feedback, allowing the main device and the monitor photodiode to be packaged into a single housing. Optical power monitors combine the optical tap design with a photodiode in a single package, and produces a current proportional to the optical power within the fiber.
OZ Optics
Ottawa, ON, Canada

www.ozoptics.com

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