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Mini Steel Tube PLC Splitter

Mini Steel Tube PLC Splitter

PLC Fiber optic splitter is a micro-optical element using photolithographic techniques to form optical waveguide at medium or semiconductor substrate for realizing branch distribution function.

Fiber splitters are available with 1x2, 1x3, 1x4, 1x5, 1x6, 1x8, 1x12, 1x16, 1x18, 1x32 and 1x64 configurations with single mode or multimode fiber and we offer all type connectors of pre-connectorized like SC, FC, ST, LC etc.

Types of Mini Steel Tube PLC Splitter

Advantages of the Mini Steel Tube PLC Splitter

1. Compact Size: Mini steel tube PLC splitters are exceptionally small and space-efficient, making them ideal for crowded or compact installation environments, such as street cabinets or indoor telecom cabinets.


2. High Splitting Efficiency: They offer excellent splitting efficiency, enabling the distribution of optical signals to multiple endpoints without significant signal loss.


3. Robust and Durable: Mini steel tube PLC splitters are designed to withstand harsh environmental conditions, ensuring long-term reliability in outdoor and indoor settings.


4. Broad Operating Range: They operate over a wide temperature range and are suitable for various optical network architectures, including PON (Passive Optical Network) and FTTH (Fiber to the Home).


Working Principle of Mini Steel Tube PLC Splitter

The working principle of a Mini Steel Tube PLC (Planar Lightwave Circuit) splitter involves the following key steps:

1. Input Signal Division: The incoming optical signal is divided into multiple output channels by a compact, waveguide-based PLC chip.


2. Waveguide Network: Inside the PLC chip, optical waveguides and directional couplers are carefully designed to distribute the signal evenly among the output ports, following the predetermined split ratio.


3. Minimal Signal Loss: The waveguide-based design minimizes signal loss during the splitting process, ensuring that each output channel receives an adequate signal level.


4. Output Signals: The split optical signals exit through the individual output fibers, ready for distribution to their respective endpoints, such as multiple subscribers in a Passive Optical Network (PON).

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