FBT splitter is based on a traditional technology that involves welding multiple fibers together. Then following by carefully stretching and tapering them to achieve a specific diameter.
This unique manufacturing technique allows the optical signal to split into two or more signals, enabling efficient distribution along different paths.
Fibconet FBT splitters are available in both single-mode and multimode configurations, offering compatibility with various optical communication systems. Our products are will tested and meet standard of GR-1209-CORE.
Whether you require a simple 1:2 split or a more complex distribution with higher ratios, our FBT splitters are designed to meet your demands.
We prioritize precision and reliability in our manufacturing process to ensure consistent performance and signal integrity.
Corning fiber ensures exceptional light transmission, minimal insertion loss, and zero fiber breakage.
Our steel tubes meet stringent standards for water leakage and environmental protection. They exhibit excellent weather resistance and anti-rust properties.
Moreover, in applications such as medical, aerospace and defense industries, we offer advanced processes like electrostatic discharge (ESD) protection and quenching.
Our glass tubes undergo 96-hour high and low-temperature cycling without any fractures. Significantly reducing damage during FBT transportation and installation.
This exceptional stability extends even in extreme temperatures as low as -40 degrees Celsius, ensuring reliable performance in challenging environments.
|Suitable for multiple operating wavelengths (1260nm – 1650nm)||Equal splitter ratios for all branches||Complicated production process|
|Compact configuration; smaller size; small occupation space||Good stability across all ratios||Costlier than FBT splitter in smaller ratios|
|High quality; low failure rate|
|Well-known product; easy to produce, reducing cost||Customized splitter ratios||Restricted to its operating wavelength|
|Can work on three different operating bands (850nm, 1310nm, and 1550nm)||Because of errors in equal insertion loss, the maximum insertion loss will vary depending on the split and increase substantially for those splits over 1:8||Unensured exact equal ratio will influence transmission distance|
|High temperature dependent loss (TDL); operating temperature range is 23 °F – 167 °F||The larger the split, the larger the encapsulation module|
|Susceptible to failure due to extreme temperatures or improper handling|