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These multimode step-index launch optical fibers are designed with low 0.22 numerical aperture — an extra low 0.15 NA is also available. These configurations can handle peak power delivery approaching 1GW/cm2. The coating offers easy mechanical stripping and is compatible with either carbon or PYROCOAT® polyimide coatings, or both, when various combinations of hermeticity and/or high temperature resistance are needed. Launch fibers can also be metalized for hermetic sealing into opto-electronic devices.

*F10017 Attenuation: Most of the attenuation is induced by the spooling of this low NA product.  Observed loss in application will be less.
Unit of Measure

Optical Properties

Type

N/A Multimode Step-Index

Numerical Aperture

N/A 0.22

Numerical Aperture Tolerance

N/A ± 0.02

Attenuation

N/A @ 850 nm, ≤ 5 dB/km

Water Content

N/A Low OH

Dimensions/Geometric Properties

Core Diameter

N/A 50 ± 3.0 µm

Cladding Diameter

N/A 125 ± 2.0 µm

Coating Diameter

N/A 250 ± 15 µm

Core/Clad Offset

N/A ≤ 3 µm

Coating Concentricity

N/A ≥ 80%

Clad Non-Circularity

N/A ≤ 2.0%

Crimp & Cleave Compatible

N/A No

Coating/Buffer Descriptions

Coating Material

N/A Dual UV Acrylate

Operating Temperature

N/A -40 to +85 ºC

Mechanical and Testing Data

Short-Term Bend Radius

N/A ≥ 10 mm

Long-Term Bend Radius

N/A ≥ 17 mm

Proof Test Level

N/A ≥ 100 kpsi0.689 GPa

How to order a HNLF-ST Module:

Order From Location

N/A AVON LOCATION
1.888.438.9936 toll-free in the United States and Canada
1.860.678.0371 from outside the U.S.A.
55 Darling Drive
Avon, CT 06001, USA

Order By Item #

N/A BF06864

Typical Applications

N/A Diode Pumping Systems Free Space Optics Medical Sensing and Imaging Other Industrial Applications Power Transmission from Visible Through Near-IR Printing Raman Pumping SM and MM Communications Use as Input Fiber in a Power Combiner

Options

N/A Buffering Cabling Coating Color Connectorization Core Diameter Metalization