Woburn, MA, May 22, 2019 – Agiltron Inc., a leading provider of high-speed optical devices expands its NanoSpeed™ ultra-fast fiber optical switch/VOA family with extended wavelength coverage from 400 nm to 2 micron. The switching speed is faster than 100ns with repetition rate up to 1MHz. High optical power up to 5W is also available.
Agiltron's NanoSpeed™ switch is based on a patented solid-state, electro-optical platform, uniquely featuring low insertion loss, compact size, and high reliability with full telecom and space qualifications. This family of switch/VOA has been in production for over 17 years. The improved version with extended wavelength coverage will further broaden the applications.
Agiltron is the world’s leading supplier of optical switches, optical attenuators, optical tunable filters, high optical power components, and fiber monitors. For over twenty years, we have been providing and delivering world-class fiber optical component solutions that enable and enhance our customers’ product offerings. Agiltron is a US-owned company located in metropolitan Boston.
Woburn, Mass. — Agiltron, a vertically integrated manufacturer of premium fiber optic components announces on Tuesday, July 25, 2017 the immediate commercial availability of a new family of high speed fiber optic 1×6 reflection switches.
These new fiber optic switches are designed to provide unique, yet key functions for sensor and LIDAR applications. The CL Series 1×6 Series of reflection switch directs the laser light accurately and repeatably into any one of the 6 selected fiber output ports and at the same time collects the reflected signal into a dedicated sensor port. This magneto-optic proprietary configuration minimizes optical signal loss by eliminating the need for an additional circulator or coupler. The switching is achieved using patented non-mechanical configuration technology and has a built-in circulator that can be activated by an electrical control signal. In Addition, it has a latching function that preserves the selected optical path after the drive signal has been removed.
Agiltron’s non-mechanical CL fiber optic switch features low insertion loss, fast response time, high extinction ratio, and extremely high reliability and repeatability. Each switch is designed to meet the most demanding switching requirements of continuous operation without degradation; provide exceptional mechanical longevity; can be implemented in systems that are in vibration/shock environments, as well as an environmental operating temperature range of +85 °C to -40 °C. An electronic driver is available for this series of switches.
World’s first solid-state 4×4 and 1×32 fiber optic switches.
Based on Si micro-machined switching core technology, Photonwares’ family of MEMS Fiber Optic Switches feature industry leading high reliability billion cycle performance, small form factor footprint, low cost, and excellent optical performance over a wide operating temperature range of -40°C to +85C.
The patent pending MEMSLatch™ switch is the world’s first optical MEMS that latches to the position after the electrical power is removed and requires no organic material in the light path.
The switching state is highly stable against environmental variations of temperature and vibration due to its unique design and incorporates a built-in driving circuit that is actuated by 5V electrical pulses.
This series of switches is designed to meet the most demanding Carrier-class and out-door optical switching applications.
We currently offer configurations in 1×1, 1×2, full 2×2 and 1xN configurations in both polarization independent and polarization maintaining versions.
PR Newswire (3/27/17):
Agiltron Inc., Woburn, Massachusetts, is being awarded a 5 year, $15,699,200 fixed-price, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract for the production of a Fiber Optic Repair Set (FORS) in support of the US Navy and Marine Corps. The FORS provides the ability to implement low-loss, permanent splices on damaged fiber optic cabling in aircraft avionics bays and compartments. Work will begin in 2017 in Woburn, Massachusetts, and is expected to be completed in January 2022.
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