Revolutionary optical interface fibre link design by Omron

NewsSouth-East European INDUSTRIAL Мarket - issue 5/2006

Aimed at the growing market for high-performance fibre-based video and data link extensions, Omron has introduced a new multi-channel, multi-wavelength transmitter and receiver (T/ROSA) solution, integrating into a single device capabilities that would previously have required two or more individual devices. The assemblies are based on recently-acquired Aduro’s patented ‘Afterburner’ technology, which is combined with Omron’s precision assembly and moulding technologies to create new devices that change the way high-speed optical communications are designed.

The Afterburner SX4 range of integrated CWDM-based T/ROSA solutions is aimed at SX4 (850nm) applications, including video and data transmission over 50, 62.5 micron multimode and Polymer Optical Fibre (POF). These include optical fibre link extensions for video and data distribution in environments including film and TV studios, security systems and Storage Access Networks (SANs) over distances from 15m to 300m.

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