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Multicore Fiber

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  • Simulataneous transmission of different signals down different cores
  • Photosensitive core designs for FBG inscription
  • Suitable for 3D shape sensing applications using Spum Multicore Fiber SSM-7C1500(6.1/125)
  • Can be used as the transmission line for high data rate cables in data centers
  • Custom designs possible - more cores, mismatched cores, different core positions

Typical Applications

  • 3D shape sensing
  • Data center transmission cables
  • Temperature and strain sensors
  • Structural Health Monitoring (SHM)
  • Active Optical Cables (AOC)
  • Space Division Multiplexing (SDM) transmission cables
  • Super computing

Product Variants

SM-4C1500(8.0/125)/001

Four SM cores within a standard 125µm cladding diameter, designed for use at 1550nm in data cables and shape sensing probes.

SM-7C1500(6.1/125)

7 core SM fiber with a 125µm cladding diameter, designed for 1550nm.

SSM-7C1500(6.1/125)

Spun 7 core SM fiber with a 125µm cladding diameter, designed for use at 1550nm in 3D shape sensing applications.

Product Variants

SM-4C1500(8.0/125)/001

Four SM cores within a standard 125µm cladding diameter, designed for use at 1550nm in data cables and shape sensing probes.

 

SM-4C1500(8.0/125)/001

Operating Wavelength (nm)

1520 - 1650

Cut-Off Wavelength (nm)

1300 - 1500

Numerical Aperture

0.14 - 0.17

Mode Field Diameter (µm)

7.4 - 8.5 @1550nm

Proof Test (%)

1 (100 kpsi)

Cladding Diameter (µm)

125 ± 1

Core Spacing (µm)

50 (nominal)

Core Position Shape

Square

Coating Diameter (µm)

245 ± 7

Coating Type

Dual Acrylate

Operating Temperature (oC)

-55 to +85

SM-7C1500(6.1/125)

SSM-7C1500(6.1/125)

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