1310/1550 nm Select Cutoff Single-Mode Fiber
Nufern's 1310B-HP and 1310B-HP-V0 high-performance Select Cutoff single-mode fibers are optimized for dual wavelength applications at 1310 and 1550 nm and feature reduced bend sensitivity in the key 1550 nm band, while maintaining low splice loss to industry standard SMF-28™ fiber. Also available with 900 micron V-0 flame rated PVDF secondary buffer in accordance with UL94 in 12 standard colors and with customer specific printing on request. These fibers have virtually no buffer shrinkage over - 40°C to + 85°C operating temperature.
9.7 ± 0.5 µm @ 1550 nm
≤ 0.5 dB/km @ 1550 nm
Geometrical & Mechanical Specifications
Bend Loss: The Bend Loss @ 1310 nm for a 13 mm radius < 0.01 dB/turn by design.
Bend Radius: The Bend Radius for 0.05 dB per 100 turns at 1550 nm is 22 mm, and for 1625 nm is 24 mm, by design.
Bend Radius: The Bend Radius for 0.05 dB per 100 turns at 1310 nm is less than the LTBR, by design.
Coating Requirements: UV Cured, Dual Acrylate
Features & Benefits
- Tightly controlled cutoff wavelength — Reduced bend loss at 1550 nm
- Mode matched to SMF-28 — Low splice loss to standard fibers
- Printing available — Customer specific for serialization
- PVDF secondary coating — Flame retardant buffer, with virtually no temperature shrinkage
- 1310 and 1550 nm components
- Pigtailing in small form metro components
Nufern’s optical fiber products, including rare-earth doped, gyro, polarization-maintaining, radiation resistant, photosensitive, multimode and single mode, and any other optical fiber product including custom optical fibers, may be covered by one or more of the following pending or issued U.S. Patents, each of which is owned by or licensed by Nufern:
6,779,364; 6,832,026; 6,904,214; 6,950,586; 7,003,206; 7,050,686; 7,062,137; 7,110,647; 7,116,887; 7,167,621; 7,317,857; 7,371,019; 7,386,210; 7,400,812; 7,483,610; 7,634,164; 7,724,422; 5,949,941 (licensed from Furukawa Electric Co. of North America).
Moreover, use of Nufern’s optical fiber products, including modifications thereof, combinations with other products, or certain specific uses can necessitate additional customer licensing, particularly with respect to U.S. Patent nos. 5,818,630 (IMRA America, Inc.) and 6,496,301 (The United States of America as represented by the Secretary of the Navy). See the terms and conditions specific to your purchase.