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In-line Polarizer 1064nm
DK Photonics Technology Limited
The In-line Polarizer is designed to pass light with one specific polarization while blocking the other polarization. It can be used to convert no-polarized light into polarized light with high extinction ratio. It can also be used to enhance the extinction ratio of signals with its excellent polarization ...
  • Center Wavelength: 1064 nm
  • Operating Wavelength Range: 1030 - 1064 nm
  • Typical Insertion Loss: 0.4 dB
  • Min Return Loss: 50 dB
  • Typical Extinction Ratio: 30 dB
  • ...
Data Sheet
Fiber Optic Polarizers are designed to polarize the output from a light source or fiber and launch it into an output fiber. These polarizers typically consist of input and output collimators with a plate polarizer in between. Broadband polarizers are used, so the power extinction ratio is maintained for up to several hundreds of ...
  • Center Wavelength: 1550 nm
  • Operating Wavelength Range: 1280 - 2050 nm
  • Typical Insertion Loss: 0.5 dB
  • Min Return Loss: 70 dB
  • Typical Extinction Ratio: 30 dB
  • ...
Data Sheet
Fiber Optic Polarizers are designed to polarize the output from a light source or fiber and launch it into an output fiber. These polarizers typically consist of input and output collimators with a plate polarizer in between. Broadband polarizers are used, so the power extinction ratio is maintained for up to several hundreds of ...
  • Center Wavelength: 1550 nm
  • Operating Wavelength Range: 1280 - 2050 nm
  • Typical Insertion Loss: 1.0 dB
  • Min Return Loss: 40 dB
  • Typical Extinction Ratio: 20 dB
  • ...
Data Sheet
Fiber Optic Polarizers are designed to polarize the output from a light source or fiber and launch it into an output fiber. These polarizers typically consist of input and output collimators with a plate polarizer in between. Broadband polarizers are used, so the power extinction ratio is maintained for up to several hundreds of ...
  • Center Wavelength: 1550 nm
  • Operating Wavelength Range: 1280 - 2050 nm
  • Typical Insertion Loss: 0.8 dB
  • Min Return Loss: 60 dB
  • Typical Extinction Ratio: 20 dB
  • ...
Data Sheet
Fiber Optic Polarizers are designed to polarize the output from a light source or fiber and launch it into an output fiber. These polarizers typically consist of input and output collimators with a plate polarizer in between. Broadband polarizers are used, so the power extinction ratio is maintained for up to several hundreds of ...
  • Center Wavelength: 633 nm
  • Operating Wavelength Range: 400 - 2050 nm
  • Typical Insertion Loss: 0.7 dB
  • Min Return Loss: 40 dB
  • Typical Extinction Ratio: 20 dB
  • ...
Data Sheet
The In-line Polarizer is designed to pass light with one specific polarization while blocking the other polarization. It can be used to convert unpolarized light into polarized light with high extinction ratio. It can also be used to enhance the extinction ratio of signals with its excellent polarization properties.
  • Center Wavelength: 1064 nm
  • Operating Wavelength Range: 1059 - 1069 nm
  • Typical Insertion Loss: 0.4 dB
  • Min Return Loss: 50 dB
  • Typical Extinction Ratio: 28 dB
  • ...
Data Sheet
Fiber optic polarizers, aka in-line polarizers, are used in fiber optic communication systems, fiber lasers, optical fiber based test equipment, coherent detection systems, and more. 
  • Center Wavelength: 1064 nm
  • Operating Wavelength Range: 1034 - 1094 nm
  • Typical Insertion Loss: 0.4 dB
  • Min Return Loss: 50 dB
  • Typical Extinction Ratio: 30 dB
  • ...
Data Sheet

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A fiber optic polarizer is an in-line optical device specifically designed to work with fibers. It is used to polarize or separate linearly polarized light passing through a fiber optic line. These polarizers have several advantageous characteristics including low insertion loss, high stability, compactness and light weight. They usually come with one input port of single mode fiber and one output port for a polarization maintaining fiber. Typically they also contain input and output collimators with a plate polarizer in between. Fiber optic polarizers find applications in fiber amplifiers, integrated optics, interferometric sensors, optical fiber based test equipment, coherent detection systems, and more.