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MEMS SWITCHES - MOUNTABLE RACKS

RACK MOUNTABLE SWITCH AND VARIABLE OPTICAL ATTENUATORS WITH ETHERNET INTERFACE

Sercalo provides a range of high-performance optical switching solutions for manufacturing, research, and development. With its unmatched solid state performance Sercalo's fiber optic switches are the ideal choice for the most demanding applications including network protection and reconfiguration, single or multi-mode testing and manufacturing, and sensor networks.


The RS Series are all optical switch solutions for demanding applications in fiber optic instrumentation or communication. The rack mountable instrument can switch up to 4 input fibers to any of up to 48 output fibers, independently of data format, wavelength or optical power. The switch supports either single or multi-mode fibers.

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TABLE TOP SWITCH FOR LABORATORY AND FIELD USE WITH BOTH COMPUTER INTERFACE AND MANUAL OPERATION

The BS Series are fiber optic switch solutions with USB interfacxe for test and measurement applications in laboratory or field use. The instrument integrates Sercalo

custom fiber switch system

NETWORK SIMULATOR

Sercalo's Custom Fiber Optic Switch System allows the user to have a configurable equipment to cover his specific simulation and testing needs.

The Custom Fiber Optic System is conceived as a collection of building blocks which can be chosen by the costumer. The heart of the system are the Sercalo MEMS optical switches, variable optical attenuators, couplers, splitters together with kilometers of fiber divided into sections. All integrated in the same instrument to achieve costumer's needs in fields such as measurements, simulations and testing.

The system's inputs are basically the fiber optical inputs and the control inputs. For the moment a serial input (RS232) is available. The outputs available for measurement are the optical fibers themselves together with outputs to measure the energy, s/n ratio, and BERT.

The advantage of Sercalo's switches are their wide wavelength range which covers the full bandwidth of the fiber used. When working with standard SMF fiber a single instrument can cover the full spectrum between 1250 nm up to 1650 nm. For multimode the standard spectrum spans from 700 to 1700 nm.