Fiber Optic Temperature Applications
Fiber Optic manufacturers test their components to assure these integrated circuit parts will work at temperatures from -40°C to +90°C and beyond. To meet their customer requirements, there are temperature specifications for fiber optic transceivers. The purpose is to guarantee high speed communication networks work once put into operation within certain temperature environments.
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ThermalAir TA-5000 Systems
ThermalAir Temperature Test Systems are used for fiber optic manufacturing final test applications in engineering development and production at temperature ranges from -40°C to +90°C to thermal test and temperature calibrate these devices at precise temperatures.
ThermalAir TA-5000 temperature inducing equipment provides a controlled temperature of hot and cold air directly on the fiber optic component under test with temperatures ranging from -90°C to +225°C with an accuracy of +/- 1.0C for fiber optic components.
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Fiber Optic Components
Commercial SFPs and other Fiber Optic components are designed to withstand temperatures between 0°C and 70°C. Some of RAD’s SFPs are industry hardened versions, designed and tested to operate from -40°C to +90°C at a temperature margin within the set point better than +/- 1.0°C. These and other families of Fiber Optic Transceivers specified temperature ranges may vary according to where the product in which the Fiber Optic Component SFP and others are used.
- Industrially Hardened
- DDM Calibration
- External DDM Calibration
- And More Advance specification requirements
Standard environmental test chambers cannot meet the narrow temperature accuracy margins.
ThermalAir systems produce a hot and cold stream of air directed on the device under test with very precise thermal control, providing a temperature range from -90°C to +225°C with an accuracy of +/- 1.0°C for fiber optic components.
The image to the right shows the ThermalAir TA-5000 in different temperature test setups.TA-5000 in different temperature test setups.
MPI Thermal temperature inducing equipment is portable and can easily be moved from one test station to another. Fiber Optic Component manufacturers can use our ThermalAir TA-5000 system to quickly bring their parts to temperature right at the test location. Temperature cycling, thermal profiling and other environmental temperature conditioning is why MPI Thermal systems are part of the manufacturing temperature test process.
Temperature cycling, thermal profiling and other environmental temperature conditioning is why MPI Thermal systems are part of the manufacturing temperature test process.
This is why the MPI Thermal TA-5000 Series of ThermalAir temperature products are part of the test.
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