FISBA exhibiting C-Lenses, rod lenses manufactured in ultra-high precision for expanded beam connectors and cables at OFC.
FISBA is showcasing high precision C-Lenses at OFC, The Optical Networking and Communication Conference & Exhibition. FISBA C-Lenses offer high precision with a flexibility in custom design.
In business standards of dia. 1.25mm and 2mm the C-Lenses are adapted to an ideal and reliable performance in optical expansion. A variety of coating options are available, beside the 1330nm and 1550nm bands for datacom.
Their tight centricity and diameter tolerances make them a go-to solution in the field of fiber optic connectivity. With a standard lateral decenter of less than 0.3 µm (high precision <0.1 µm), FISBA C-Lenses are unbeaten reaching transmission loss of less than 0.2 dB.
FISBA is leading the industry’s best performance of C-Lenses from insertion loss and return loss, and extreme durability in harsh application environments such as geophysical exploration, military communications, industrial data transmission and video broadcasting.
The complete design and manufacturing process takes place at FISBA’s state-of-the-art facilities, which enable a fast ramp up on demand. Once produced, the lenses are easily replicated even in high volume for serial production.
Discover more by visiting FISBA at OFC Booth 2862.
FISBA is a worldwide leading supplier of customized optical components, systems and microsystems. Since 1957, it has been a company priority to stay progressive without losing sight of the values on which we were founded. This mindset has enabled FISBA to become one of the most innovative suppliers in the optics industry, as well as a trusted partner to our customers. FISBA operates at facilities in Switzerland, Germany and the USA.
Learn more at www.fisba.com
Birgit Rauch, Head of Marketing Communication
Birgit Rauch | FISBA AG
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