The optical splitter is a passive optical plug-and-play device, which connects OLT and ONUs with multiple fiber ends. A splitter is generally deployed in an optical distribution network, allowing carriers to split optical signals to numerous customer premises. Raisecom provides various optical splitters with the following split ratios: 1:2, 1:4, 1:8, 1:16, 1:32, 1:64 to 1:128. The series is classified as indoor, indoor/outdoor and outdoor optical splitters.
Passive Optical Splitter
The optical splitter is a passive optical plug-and-play device, which connects OLT and ONUs with multiple fiber ends.
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The ISCOM HT801-GSFP is a GPON ONT stick. It is in the SFP form and It can be inserted into the SFP uplink interface on switches, IP cameras, Raisecom Small Cells, routers, DSLAMs, or other devices to implement video backhaul or wireless backhaul. In this way, the networking is changed to use GPON with less complexity in communication and connectivity lower power consumption and cost, and improved network reliability.
Raisecom standalone CATV EDFA includes models of RC5827A-4, RC5830A-8, RC5833A-16 and RC5836A-32X-WS. All models are 19’ inch stand-alone product, integrated by splitter, optical amplifier, and 1270 & 1310/1490 & 1571/1550nm wavelength multiplexer, supports 1 or 2 CATV input port, up to 32 PON input ports and 32 COM (CATV+PON) ports. It is optical switch integrated for models with 2 CATV input port. Output power for each EDFA output port is 19dBm. All models support dual AC/DC power supplies and redundant backup.