PLC Splitter

Fiber Optic PLC Splitter

PLC, short for Planar Lightwave Circuit, is a technology used in PLC splitters to distribute or merge optical signals efficiently. These splitters are known for their affordability, compact size, and reliability.

PLC Splitters offer a cost-effective and space-saving solution that adapts well to the constantly evolving networking needs. Their small size makes them versatile, whether installed underground, in aerial pedestals, or rack mount systems.

Installation is simple using a variety of connector types or fusion splicing.

PLC Splitter Features

  • Uniform optic splitting and multiple splitting, the optical signal can be evenly distributed to multiple end users, and the number of channels is as high as 64;
  • With compact structure and small size, it can be directly installed in various existing distubition boxes;
  • Low insertion loss, low PDL (polarization-dependent loss), high reliability and stability;
  • Broad-band(1260~1650nm), insensitive to wavelength;
  • The more split channels, the more obvious the cost advantage.

PLC Splitter Applications

  • Fiber to The Point (FTTX)
  • Fiber to The Home (FTTH)
  • Passive Optical Networks (PON)
  • Gigabit Passive Optical Networks (GPON)
  • Local Area Networks (LAN)
  • Cable Television (CATV)
  • Test Equipment
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