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4 Channels 1270-1330nm, LC/UPC, Dual Fiber, Low Insertion Loss CWDM Mux Demux, FMU Plug-in Module
4 Channels 1270-1330nm, LC/UPC, Dual Fiber, Low Insertion Loss CWDM Mux Demux, FMU Plug-in Module
4 Channels 1270-1330nm, LC/UPC, Dual Fiber, Low Insertion Loss CWDM Mux Demux, FMU Plug-in Module
4 Channels 1270-1330nm, LC/UPC, Dual Fiber, Low Insertion Loss CWDM Mux Demux, FMU Plug-in Module
4 Channels 1270-1330nm, LC/UPC, Dual Fiber, Low Insertion Loss CWDM Mux Demux, FMU Plug-in Module
4 Channels 1270-1330nm, LC/UPC, Dual Fiber, Low Insertion Loss CWDM Mux Demux, FMU Plug-in Module
4 Channels 1270-1330nm, LC/UPC, Dual Fiber, Low Insertion Loss CWDM Mux Demux, FMU Plug-in Module
4 Channels 1270-1330nm, LC/UPC, Dual Fiber, Low Insertion Loss CWDM Mux Demux, FMU Plug-in Module

4 Channels 1270-1330nm, LC/UPC, Dual Fiber, Low Insertion Loss CWDM Mux Demux, FMU Plug-in Module

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FS P/N: FMU-MC042733
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FS P/N: FMU-MC042733
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Low Insertion Loss ≤ 1.3dB, Free Space Technology
Passive, Protocol Transparent for Ethernet, FC, OTN, SONET/SDH, etc.
Compatible with All ITU-T 1G/10G/25G CWDM Optics
Multiplexing up to 4 Channels on Fiber Pair
Applied to Metro, Regional and CWDM Networks
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4 Channels 1270 to 1330nm Low Band Dual Fiber CWDM Mux Demux Plug-in Module

CWDM technology provides the flexibility to increase capacity of existing fiber infrastructure by enabling multiple channels/wavelengths over the same fiber cabling. Each channel carries data independently from each other, allowing network designers to transport different data rates. It's protocol and rate transparent supporting such applications as 1G/10G Ethernet, SDH/SONET and 8/4/2/1G Fiber Channel across the same fiber link.

Description
Wavelength
4 Channels 1270-1330nm
Channel Spacing
20nm
Channel Passband
±6.5nm
Insertion Loss
≤ 1.3dB
Passband Ripple
≤ 0.5dB
Technology
Free Space
Return Loss
≥ 45dB
Directivity
≥ 50dB
Polarization Dependent Loss
≤ 0.3dB
Polarization Mode Dispersion
≤ 0.1ps
Channel Isolation
Adjacent ≥ 30dB
Non-adjacent ≥ 40dB
Temperature
Operating -40 to 85°C (-40 to 185°F)
Storage -40 to 85°C (-40 to 185°F)
Power Handling
≤ 500mW
Dimensions (HxWxD)
1.73"x8.35"x10.04" (44x212x255mm)
Note: Insertion Loss is specified with connectors and adapters.

Video

How to Use WDM Mux/Demux

Learn about the connection of channel port, line port and special port of WDM Mux/Demux.

01:35

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How to Use WDM Mux/Demux 01:35
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Diversified Ports for 4 Channels CWDM Mux Demux

The 1270nm-1450nm channel port for ITU 1G/10G/25G CWDM optical traffic, Line port for multiplexed signals transmission.

Provide Quick Connection and Deployment

The thoughtful structure design fits the user experience, guiding to use of the product conveniently.

Band & Color Labels

Fast and accurate installation.

TX/RX Label

Clearly show that how to link the patch cable.

Duplex Dust Cap

Easy insertion and removal.

Maximize Your Fiber with WDM Network

Instead of using multiple fibers for each service, a single fiber can be shared for multiple different data or services in WDM network. It maximizes the usefulness of fiber and generates substantial savings.

Mix of Services Multiplexing at Any Rate
Flexible mix of 1G/10G/25G/40G/100G/200G Ethernet, SAN, OTN, SDH/SONET and native video services, it's transparent for any rate, any service multiplexing and upgrade.
Ethernet
SAN
OTN
Native Video Services
SONET/SDH
Data Center Interconnect for CWDM Network
Mux Demux interconnect seamlessly with transponder, muxponder, and third-party WDM products, to form cost-effective high-capacity CWDM tailored solutions.
Data Center/DCI
ISP
Campus/Institute
Enterprise/Business
Mobility

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Questions & Answers

All (7)ABS Packaging (1)Application (1)Customization (1)Fiber Type (1)Specification (1)Wavelength (1)
Q:

On the web site, it is stated that FreeSpace technology is used. It looks like it uses a Colimator in space to reflect and filter the necessary wavelengths, rather than connecting them with optical fibers. Is there any concern that it is more vulnerable to physical shocks than the conventional ones because it is merged and divided in space?

by E***c on 11/10/2021

A:

In the vacuum environment, the FreeSpace technology of CCWDM can be used, which will not affect the reflection of light, and the reflection factor is mainly in the angle of light incidence. FreeSpace technology has advantages over TFF technology in terms of insertion loss and packaging, but there is little difference between the two in other aspects.

by F***s on 11/11/2021

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If you're looking to enhance capacity without introducing complexity or incurring huge costs, then FS is a good choice. We've increased our bandwidth in a simple and affordable way.
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