Guangxi CORERAY Optical Communication Technology Co.,Ltd. is an enterprise specializing in the production of passive components for optical communication.The company is committed to the large-scale application of laser communication passive device manufacturing technology.
We mainly provide Mechanical Optical Switch, Solid State Optical Switch, Large Port Optical Switch, Small Optical Switch, Optical Switch, Optical Filter, Mems Optical Switch, etc.
There are three main types of mechanical optical switches: one is to use prism switching technology, the other is to use mirror switching technology, and the third is to switch optical paths by moving optical fibers.
The mobile fiber optical switch has the advantages of simple structure, good repeatability and low insertion loss. In the input or output port of a mobile fiber, one segment of the fiber is fixed, while the other end of the fiber is active. By moving the active fiber to couple with different ports in the fixed fiber, the optical path switching is realized.
The input and output fibers are connected with collimating optical elements such as self-focusing lens, plano-convex rod lens, ball lens, etc., and are fixed, and the optical path of the input and output ports is changed by moving the prism.
The mobile sleeve type optical switch means that the input or output optical fibers are respectively fixed in two sleeves, one sleeve is fixed on its base, and the other sleeve is positioned at two or more positions with high precision. , with the optical fiber moving relative to the fixed sleeve, so as to realize the conversion of the optical path.
Mechanical Optical Switches ， Opto-Mechanical Optical Switches redirect optical signals by mechanically moving an optical fiber or bulk optical element. It performs various operations, allowing a signal to switch from one state to another. This type of fiber optic switch is usually driven by a stepper motor.
More about 1xN Mechanical Fiber Optic Switches... A fiber optic switch represents the most dynamic single element in an optical network and traditionally exchanges data between different ports of the network.