|Model Name:||HCW400/430||Protection:||With Hard Plastic Cladding|
|Wavelength:||400 - 1200 Nm||Core Diameter:||400 Um Core/430um Fiber|
|Leadtime:||2 Weeks For Bare Fibers||Coating Protection:||Chemical Removal Is Easily Available|
|Cladding Materials:||With Hard Plastic Cladding||Main Application:||For Testing Of Different Experiments In Lab.|
400um Core Bare Optical Fiber,
IEC 60794-2 Bare Optical Fiber,
430um bare fiber optic cable
400 um Core/430um Fiber with hard plastic cladding ( Easy chemical removal)
Fiberglass, or “glass fiber,” itself has a familiar base structure and a wide variety of uses.
Fiberglass really is made of glass similar to that in windows or kitchen drinking glasses. To manufacture fiberglass, glass is heated until molten,
then forced through superfine holes. This creates glass filaments that are extremely thin—so thin, in fact, that they're best measured in microns.
The glass would have to have a clear core surrounded by a skin—called cladding,
and also made of glass—so that the cladding could reflect laser light back into the core and keep it traveling along its path.
|HCW050UGA||250 - 1200 nm||High-OH||50 μm ± 2%||125 ± 1 μm||250 μm ± 4%||Pure Silica /
|HCW050LGA||400 - 2400 nm||Low-OH|
|HCW105UCA||250 - 1200 nm||High-OH||105 μm ± 2%||125 ± 1 μm||250 μm ± 4%||T08S13|
|HCW105LCA||400 - 2400 nm||Low-OH|
|HCW200UEA||250 - 1200 nm||High-OH||200 μm ± 2%||220 ± 2 μm||320 μm ± 5%||T10S13|
|HCW200LEA||400 - 2400 nm||Low-OH|
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