Customized 30um 50um 70um Optical Fiber Bundle Length 0.56 NA/0.64NA Bundles Fiber
OPTICAL FIBER Optical Fiber is made up of two materials; a high-refractive-index core, and a low-refractive-index cladding.
Light that is injected into one end of an optical fiber can travel through it with little attenuation (signal loss).
However, the amount of signal loss depends on the color of the light, the design of the optical fiber, the materials used,
and the manufacturing configuration and process controls.
Hicorpwell ensures the highest quality and best transmission for fiber optic bundles, while working within the boundaries of your application.
In order to optimize your bundle, we take several parameters into consideration: packing efficiency, fiber area efficiency, Numerical Aperture
optimization, fiber transmission, reflections, and an error factor (which includes numerical aperture discrepancies).
Our high quality fiber optic bundles can be made with any fiber and your choice of several configuration and construction possibilities.
In addition, a number of connectors, including all standard connectors—or custom ferrules, machined in-house—are available.
In addition, UVNS (UV Non-Solarizing) fibers can be fused at the ends to eliminate inter-fiber spaces—while maintaining the fibers’ NA
and increasing transmission by 50%.
Please see our following Bundle data sheet for more information about our non-solarizing bundles for UV applications.
We are open for providing the fiber bundles with different fiber type, bundle diameter, length, connectors
and jackets. Lens collimating or coupling is available.
All bundles and assemblies are custom designed to meet your specifications. All standard connectors (SMA 905, SMA 906, ST, FC)
are available—or custom ferrules, machined in-house to your specifications. Refer to individual fiber data sheets for more information
and to determine the best fiber for your application. NA is measured at the 95% intensity angle.
We strive to ensure the accuracy of all information provided; however, we imply no warranties and
disclaim any liability in connection with the use of this information.
|UV photolithography||Analytical instruments|
|Laser delivery||Laser diode pigtailing|
|Raman scattering||Chemical analysis|
|Monitoring||Semiconductor capital equipment|
|Smoke detection||Microscope illumination|
|Nuclear plasma diagnostics||Remote illumination|
|Thomson scattering||Reflective sensors|
|Quality control and inspection systems|