Pure Silica Core Polarization Maintaining Fiber for UV-VIS Wavelengths
Nufern’s industry leading short wavelength pure silica core polarization maintaining fibers have superior waveguide, radiation, and mechanical properties, enabling a large variety of applications in diverse markets. High consistency and extreme end-to-end control of optical properties provide particular advantage in spectrographic and frequency sensitive applications. The pure silica core fiber is optimum for demanding applications in the UV and visible spectrum requiring ultra-low attenuation over longer lengths and where resistance to radiation-induced damage and color center formation are critical. Extended range XP and XP+ versions of PM-S405 offer the broadest operational wavelength range with minimal
lot to lot beam divergence variation on the XP+ version.
Geometrical & Mechanical Specifications
Coating Requirements: UV Cured, Dual Acrylate
Special Core Dopants: Pure Silica Core
Features & Benefits
- Panda-style configuration — Superior optical performance, intrinsically good radiation performance
- Tight specifications — Highly deterministic results, highest product yield
- High proof test — Low risk of mechanical damage and failure
- High fatigue failure resistance — Longest service life
- Pure silica core — Resistance to radiation-induced damage and color center formation
- Laser pigtailing
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.